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September feed

Perfect month to visit the Caribbean side of Costa Rica. It is one of the rainiest month in the Pacific Coast and even the South Pacific can present few days of continous rain. Other regions keep the sunny mornings and rainy afternoons pattern.


Events & Holidays


  • Nesting Period Olive Ridley Sea Turtle

The Olive Ridley Turtle, also known as the Pacific Ridley is one of the smallest  sea turtle, eventhough it can weigh as much as 45 kg (100 lbs) and have a length of up to 75 cm (30 in). It is named for the olive-green color of its heart-shaped shell.
- Location: Pacific coast
- Hatching: 50 to 60 days
- Nesting Period: Close to a moon season


  • Nesting Period Green Sea Turtle

Green turtles are the largest of all the hard-shelled sea turtles. They are one of the few species so ancient that they watched the dinosaurs evolve and become extinct.
- Location: Tortuguero National Park

- Hatching:45 to 60 days
- Nesting Period: June to September 


  • Nesting Period Leatherback turtles

Leatherback sea turtles are the largest living marine reptiles and live almost their entire lives at sea. The only times that they are on land is when the female turtles lay eggs, and when hatchlings emerge from the nest and make their way to ocean.
- Location: Tortuguero National Park

- Hatching: 50 to 70 days
- Nesting Period: April to November


  • Nesting Period Hawsbill Sea Turtles

The hawksbill turtle is small to medium-sized compared to other sea turtle species. Adults weigh 100-150 lbs (45 to 68 kg) on average, but can grow as large as 200 lbs (91 kg).
- Location: Atlantic (Tortuguero National Park) & Pacific (Playa Ostional, Playa Grande, Osa Peninsula)

- Hatching: 50 to 60 days
- Nesting Period: May to October


  • Central America’s Independence Day (September 15th)

The Freedom Torch is brought from Nicaragua by student relay runners the day before, arriving in Cartago with Costa Rican relay teams at 6 p.m. on the 15th - when everyone country-wide stops what they're doing and sings the National Anthem. Kids in every town have "lantern parades" where they carry their home-made "faroles". Parades, marching bands, parties, and celebrations.






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El Pueblo Antiguo Night Tour, San José


San José Indigenous Tour - Half day, roundtrip transportation, entrance fee, dinner and taxes. Price range:$
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Esquinas Rainforest Lodge, Osa Peninsula


For those nature lovers wanting to immerse themselves in the impressive sights and soothing sounds of the tropical rainforest...
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Kayaking Thru the Jungle, Tortuguero


Enjoy Tortuguero's natural wonders, quietly navigating throughout it’s network of rivers, lagoons and canals...
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Lost Iguana Resort & Spa, Arenal


The Lost Iguana Resort & Spa was created to give guests a private room surrounded by the beauty of the jungle and a perfect view of an active volcano, it offers luxury accommodations in the rain forest...
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