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2023 Journeys for Multi-Generational Travelers
Have you been waiting to plan a new adventure with family and friends?
Take your parents, grandparents, children, partner or friends and embark on a Costa Rica adventure together with Baylor alumni next summer.
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Costa Rica Eco Explorer
La Fortuna - Arenal - Hermosa Beach, Guanacaste
6 days - 5 nights
August 15 - 20, 2023
Land package from: $1,986*
*Child rate of $1,890 available. See website for details.
Trip Details
2023 Amazing Azores
Hello Multi-Generational Travelers:
Explore this small but very diverse country on an adventure of wildly contrasting landscapes. Take a hike at the foot of Arenal Volcano, dive into the Ecotermales Fortuna hot springs, find exotic birds and playful monkeys in tropical forests and marvel at the amazing La Fortuna waterfall. Relax on the pristine beaches of Guanacaste or go for an adrenaline rush zip lining through the cloud forest canopy. Experience all that Costa Rica has to offer together with friends and family.
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Multi-Generational Journeys - Experiences
What are you looking to experience?
This journey is packed with exciting experiences and experiential activities for travelers of all ages. These include culture & heritage, culinary, educational, outdoor & adventure, landscapes & wildlife, and leisure time.
Multi-Generational Journeys - Experiences
Let's look into Costa Rica's culture & heritage ... then go on a culinary exploration.
 Culture & Heritage Costa Rica
Culture & Heritage
Costa Rica is a country of pura vida – a friendly, multicultural, and multilingual people descended from the cultural fusion of immigrants, including Africans, Chinese, Jews, Lebanese and Italians, and the indigenous peoples of the Bribrí, Cabécar, Maleku, Teribe, Boruca, Ngäbe, Huetar and Chorotega groups.
Culinary Experiences Costa Rica
Abundant farmland, seas, and jungles, plus a stunning mix of cultural influences, have made Costa Rica a Latin American food destination. The three most famous dishes of the country: try the regional variation of gallo pinto: rice and beans, seasoned with bell peppers, cilantro, and onions or Casado, mixed vegetables with a stewed meat or grilled fish or shredded chicken with rice and vegetables, called Arroz con Pollo. Costa Ricans don’t like their food too spicy, which is why you will likely find a bottle of hot sauce on the table to spice things up.
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