Caldera

Caldera is in Central Pacific Coast, an area known for its world-class beaches, forests and mountains.

Packages in Caldera

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Get tickets to see the Asociación Deportiva Ramonense take on their rivals at Guillermo Vargas Roldan Stadium. Situated in San Ramon, it's 20 miles to the northeast of Caldera. On match days, the stadium overflows with red and white, as crowds come together to support their beloved team.

Don't go home without heading over to Caldera Port.

While you are in the area, go and see Victoria Park and Puntarenas Pier, found in Puntarenas, roughly 6 miles from Caldera. A drive to Curu is another interesting option. It's approximately 17 miles away and is where you can experience Tortuga Island and Curu National Wildlife Refuge.

Organize some transportation and visit Jaco, a regional hub situated 20 miles to the south of Caldera. This area is home to a range of points of interest, including Jaco Beach, Carara Biological Reserve and Herradura Beach. The Teatro Jaco and Mantas Beach are some of the other points of interest here that are waiting for you.

Central Pacific Coast offers plenty of relaxing activities that are fun ways to chill out. Sunbathing and bird watching are two great options.

Activities such as guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours are a good way to learn about this part of the world and its culture.

When the mercury rises, take the lead of the locals and head to the water for a day of swimming or surfing.

More often than not, an area's true personality can be discovered in the flavors and aromas of its kitchens.

To explore the culinary landscape of the region, sample local ingredients like pork and chicken.

Be sure to taste-test some local dishes, like pargo (red snapper) and casado.

If you've got an itch for a sweet treat, tres leches (custard flan) is recommended in the area.

Treat yourself with a glass of Bavaria, and kick back with one of this region's local favorites.

You can't say that you've truly experienced this location if you haven't tried fresco de frutas (fruit shake), a popular non-alcoholic beverage.

Believed to be one of the most popular regional alcoholic beverages here, Ron Centenario is without doubt worth a taste.

As the clock ticks down on your vacation, you will be able to bid "Adiós" to Caldera, and take comfort in the fact that all the colones spent in this great location were worth it.

When it's time to hit the tarmac, the Juan Santamaria International Airport is 35 miles east of Caldera.

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