- Shopping & Entertainment
Looking for a day to relax? Costa Rica offers
the perfect escapes. Spend a day on the green, golfing at an 18-hole
championship golf course, designed by Robert Trent Jones II, 45
minutes to one hour away. There is also a 9-hole golf course close
by in Sardinal. Or, lie back at the Bahia Azul Spa and let your
body be pampered.
If partying is your form of relaxation, spend an evening at the
Coco Verde Casino, a short ride from the villas.
Coco Verde Casino
Enjoy the nightlife at the Coco Verde
casino, located just a short ride from the villa. You'll find a
variety of fun and games, food and drink, and friendly staff to
provide another great Costa Rica memory.
Guatil Village Indian Pottery
Guatil village, about 40 minutes from the villas, is known for its
Indian pottery-making heritage. You can watch the artists as they
make the pottery. Take a look behind some of the storefronts you'll
find the handmade kilns used to fire these incredible pots. Each
of the members of your group will probably want to take a few
pieces home. Not only is the pottery lovely but the prices are
A Wonderful Day in Nicaragua
Rise and shine! Off you go with your knowledgeable
guide who will share interesting traveling experiences about Nicaragua
After reaching the border you will have to clear customs and immigration
- but about 15 minutes later you will be greated with magnificent
Lake Nicaragua and Ometepe Island with its majestic twin peak volcanos.
You will stop in Masaya where generations
of artisans practice their trades of pottery, handmade hammocks,
wood sculptures, paintings,
and more. Then on to a typical Nicaraguan restaurant with open-air
facilities, for a delicious lunch.
Then another stop at the nearby market of handmade arts and crafts
with prices so inexpensive you will want to load up on souvenirs.
You will travel on to Granada, a beautiful colonial Spanish town
founded in 1524. You can view the amazing architecture from your
seat on a horse drawn carriage.
How about visiting the cigar factory where you can watch the rolling
and wrapping process of handmade Nicaraguan cigars? Or watch a young
boy handcarve wooden coffins at the local coffin factory.
Take a relaxing boat trip on Lake Nicaragua where you can sit back,
enjoy the breeze, and watch the wildlife.
As the suns starts to set, you can enjoy a last drink on the terrace
of the central plaza before returning to Costa Rica. What a wonderful
• $140 per person ($150 if using credit card)
• 6 person minimum
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