Wheelchair accessible holiday in Costa Rica

US $2625ToUS $4080 excluding flights
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12 Days
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Tips not included.
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Description of Wheelchair accessible holiday in Costa Rica

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US $2625ToUS $4080 excluding flights
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Based on minimum paying participants.
Tips not included.
Recommend you bring international travel insurance.
Subject Availability.
Make enquiry

Departure information

This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements

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Holiday information

Dietary requirements:
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.


We are a certified and award winning local ground operator for accessibility. We have checked all our hotels, tours and all services for people with disabilities. In Costa Rica we have the 7600 law which gives us basics of accessibility like the ramps and big doors. But we have done our work checking them all so we can truly guarantee universal standards and adequate services based on the specific needs of each passenger. We consider every family's  accessibility needs in an individual way - whether you are travelling with a baby in a pushchair, a grandparent with a mobility issue or person with other accessible needs. We have worked with physical, cognitional, sensory disabilities and even food restrictions or allergies.
This package is perfect for travelers with limited mobility. We guarantee we will have adapted services available in the hotel rooms, transportation, the tours and even the restaurants. It's a complete 24hr service that guarantees a worry free and completely accessible wheelchair friendly trip.
HOTELS - Guarantee ramps, big doors, access to all social areas, an adapted room, bathroom with flat shower, bath chair etc.
TRANSPORTATION - We have experienced staff working on transfers and we also have vans with electric ramps and anchors .
TOURS - We have personally been on each tour we offer so we guarantee its safety, accessibility. It will have accessible trails or equipment or trained staff.
RESTAURANTS - all of them feature ramps, access, good food options and accessible bathrooms.
This trip has all the necessary guarantees of accesibility for wheelchair users. This is a sample itinerary because we do personalize and craft each guest's trip based on his or her needs, expectations, condition, limitations...
We do have personal assistance if required and special equipments like lifts, chairs, joelette, and toilet chair...
BLIND and limited vision:
We do cater trips for limited vision or blind travellers. What we have are specialized, trained guides who know how to guide, and describe every detail. We also have small sculptures which were created by the indigenous tribe of Costa Rica. These sculptures help our guides explain characteristics of fauna found during the journey.
We do offer the service of international sign language. We have people available to translate everything our guides explains during the journey.
We have adapted trips for guests with Down Syndrome. We are also working with a local partner from the USA to generate special itineraries for guests from the Autism Spectrum. This is still in progress...
All of our trips are tailor made and we are used to catering for a variety of food allergies. We work with the hotel restaurants and off site restaurants to guarantee that special meals are available when required. We even work with a nutrition specialist.


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Responsible Travel

As the pioneers of responsible tourism, we've screened this (and every) holiday so that you can travel knowing it will help support the places and people that you visit, and the planet. Read how below.


The main way this country monitors the enviornment is through its national parks and wildlife reserves... protecting the land and ocean so that its kept untouched or at least the less impact possible.

The National Conservation Areas System SINAC protects 161 areas including 25 National Parks, 8 Biological Reserves, 32 Protected Zones, and 58 wildlife refuges. Costa Rica has been a world leader in conservation policies with protected areas and the best way to support these progressive and sustainable conservation policies is to visit national parks. That is why this accessible trip visits 5 protected life zones. With this guided visits we promote this effort and cause.

As well our guests will be part of our recycle policies. They will learn everything about plastic and will donate during their trip all the plastic they find or use. This plastic will be donated to DONATAPA which uses it to create Accessible Beaches around Costa Rica. This way our travelers will also be part of the innovation of creating an accessible destination by recycling. The trip also includes a local handcrafts workshop where we will reuse recycle materials in our crafts.

Another conservation activity we can include on your package is that you participate, donate time, and help at a centre that rescues hurt animals rehabilitates them back into the wild. For example ZooAve - which is not a zoo, but a wildlife sanctuary - rescues animals and reintroduces to the wild.


This wheelchair accessible trip around Costa Rica visits small communities where we help to support local traditions, activate the local economy, generate safe interaction, and knowledge exchange.

By visiting the artisan town of Sarchi we encourage this artisans to continue passing the art from generation to generation. The colorfully-painted wooden oxcarts (called carretas in Spanish), their teams of matched oxen, and their oxcart drivers are known around the world. In 2005, UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) proclaimed Costa Rica’s vibrantly painted, traditional oxcarts to be an Intangible World Cultural Heritage. Since 1988, the oxcart has been the National Labor Symbol for Costa Rica. This are the reasons why we consider this visit a very important one for tourists and locals alike.

We will also visit an organic local farmer who has a 100% sustainable and self sufficient farm. The impact of organic agriculture on natural resources favours interactions within the agro-ecosystem that are vital for both agricultural production and nature conservation. This activity is very important also because it gives new information to our travelers and farmers alike. It's a simbiosis. This agro friendly activity ends with a cooking lesson with the farmer's wife.

And finally the rural ladies of Sarapiqui area will be in charge of the local workshop where we can use recycled materials to create artisan products. The main cultural and social activities are preserving and supporting local economies.

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