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Enjoy one of the dry seasons in the Caribbean side of Costa Rica. If you like hot weather this is the perfect time to visit and enjoy !!!

 

Events and Holidays

 

  • Festival Internacional de las Artes - FIA  (March 18 - 28, 2010)

The International Festival of the Arts is the biggest artistic event in San José, Costa Rica's most important cultural party. Since 1990 this Festival gathers national and international artists in one big celebration that lasts for 10 days. This year it will include different groups from Northern Europe, Asia, Africa and the best of America.

 

  • 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 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: National Park Las Baulas, Playa Grande.
- Hatching: 50 to 70 days
- Nesting Period: December to March
 

  • Nesting Period Pacific 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: Playa Naranjo.
- Hatching:50 to 55 days
- Nesting Period: October to March 

 

  • Día del Boyero Nacional Parade (National Oxman Day Parade) Second Sunday of March

Don’t miss the colorful oxcarts’ parade, still pulled by oxen. Oxcarts contests and blessing of the animals and crops by local priests. San Antonio de Escazú, San José

 

  • National Orchid Exhibit (Middle of March)

An exhibit of more than 500 local and foreign species.

 

  • Day of the Patron Saint San José (March 19th)
Religious celebration in all the towns and villages with this patron saint name, fairs and religious celebrations.

 

  • Ujarrás (March 19th)

Religious procession starting in downtown Cartago to the ruins of the first Catholic church built in Costa Rica, located in the town of Ujarrás.
 



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City Tour & Shopping, San José

$37.00


San José Tour - Half day, roundtrip transportation, bilingual guide, entrance fees & taxes. Price range: $
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Hotel Villa Florencia, Turrialba

$107.00


Villa Florencia is surrounded by sugar cane plantations and beautiful vegetation. It is located at only 10 minutes from the city of Turrialba...
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Posada El Quijote, Central Valley

$95.00


Posada El Quijote is a Spanish colonial inn set against a backdrop of spectacular views of Costa Rica's central valley and the city of San José.
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