Luxury travel with children. Costa Rica - wild and casual. Experience unforgettable moments with the family. Barefoot luxury, active and relaxed. Travel like Dr. Julia Malchow.
Many sunny days, fantastic surfing opportunities and breathtaking beaches probably best describe Guanacaste, the northernmost province of Costa Rica. Nestled in breathtaking natural beauty, the northwest coast of Costa Rica is home to many marine life, including orcas and numerous wild animals.
This most sparsely populated part of the country is often visited by locals due to the beautiful and sought-after beaches and easily accessible diving spots. Set off with your family and explore one of the three major national parks in the Guanacaste region on selected hiking trails.
A region that has been protected by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 1999. Guanacaste National Park is the counterpart to Santa Rosa National Park and together they form the second largest nature reserve in the country. In terms of area, they are only surpassed by the La Amistad park. You will be particularly impressed by the two volcanoes Orosi and Cacao in this region. Experience a very extraordinary excursion.
Hop on a helicopter and soar over this incredible ridge that stretches from the Caribbean to the Pacific. From this privileged perspective you marvel at volcanic craters, waterfalls and watch what happens below you in the depths of the jungle.
When you need a break from hiking, swap the land for the water and embark on a private yacht or sailboat to explore the nature reserve from the sea. Accompanied by marine experts, you and your children will learn what they always wanted to know about one or two marine mammals.
Drop anchor and enjoy the magic of the Pacific Ocean, snorkel, put on water skis or try your hand at surfing. Or settle down on one of the numerous white sandy beaches and experience the ultimate in relaxation in paradise. Laze in hammocks while the ship's crew prepares a fresh catch BBQ, which you can enjoy in this wonderful location.
Take a trip to Granada in neighboring Nicaragua. The colonial city will inspire you because of its location and its sights. Stroll through the streets, imagine what hustle and bustle must have prevailed in one of the most important port cities of the time, and admire the architecture and art of the city.
The numerous restaurants on the shores of Lake Nicaragua invite you to have a delicious meal while you watch the hustle and bustle or enjoy the silence of the lake. In an elegant boutique hotel you will find peace and relaxation, so that you can either go on a new voyage of discovery the next day or just relax while you watch your children play….
here is my almost traditional feedback mail. Long and detailed, but hopefully valuable for you.
As always, it was a great holiday and in these special times, appreciated even more by all of us than the other great trips. For me it was one of our best family vacations ever, because we had such a harmonious time as a family. Here in Hamburg we hang out together 24/7, but Lapland was different. Great conversations, many shared experiences during activities and above all a lot of childlike joy in nature and the simple things like sliding down the hill from the Safari Camp with plastic sheeting.