Costa Rica offers you different destinations to enjoy a different weekend with your family or friends. There is a wide variety of options for all tastes: for those who enjoy the mountains, the beach, adrenaline-filled tours and even for gastronomy lovers. 

If you're running out of ideas to get out of the routine and have a spectacular weekend... Here are some options of places that you can't miss in your list of day tours near San José:

-Canopy La Carpintera:

This place not only offers canopy, but also rappel and hiking.

-Guayabo Monument:

A destination worth visiting as it preserves and protects archaeological structures.

-Irazú Volcano and Prussia:

You can enjoy a mountain environment, low temperatures and a variety of vegetation.

-Tenorio Volcano National Park:

While you enjoy hiking you can observe a great variety of vegetation and the spectacular Celeste River.

-Poás Volcano National Park:

It is a place of easy access, while hiking you can observe the crater and its fumaroles, also near the park you will find communities with exquisite cuisine.

Get out of the routine and discover Costa Rica with Alamo

San José also has places full of culture and fun, get to know the best day tours:

 -Guachipelin Adventure:

Near San José, where you can enjoy canopy, horseback riding and tubing in the river.

-Posada Monserrat:

It is located in Coronado, surrounded by wonderful nature, ideal for sustainable tourism.

-National Museum:

It has one of the most important collections that tells the history of Costa Rica and archaeological exhibits.

-Jade Museum:

It preserves around 7,000 thousand objects from pre-Columbian times made of jade, ceramics, stone, among others.

-Museum of the Central Bank of Costa Rica:

It has gold artifacts from pre-Columbian times and the world's largest collection of Costa Rican coins and banknotes.

Don't forget that at Alamo we have a large fleet of vehicles for you to enjoy wonderful tours and unique collections of family moments, so get out of the routine with Alamo!

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