Golfito Vacation Packages
Make sure you see the the Parque Nacional de Fauna Silvestre Golfito when you are in Golfito.
Costa Rica is a well-established travel destination, which means getting around is easy. Be sure to set aside enough time to tour the many things to see and do the region has to offer. For more places to explore, check out the Parque Nacional de Fauna Silvestre Golfito and Playa Cacao in and around Golfito, which you'll find less than 1 mile (1. 6 kilometers) to the south of Golfito.
Expand your mind by spending a few hours at Costa Rica's excellent nature museums.
Wildlife watching and bird watching are just some of the great low stress activities in this region. Active travelers in search of outdoor thrills shouldn't miss the chance to get their heart pumping by joining a hiking or zip-lining adventure.
For discerning travellers, one of the joys of being in new places lies in discovering new ways to enjoy food. Don't miss the opportunity to eat at the region's bars, cafés and restaurants. Pork as well as chicken are commonly used ingredients in kitchens here. Casado and arroz con pollo (rice and chicken) are just two interesting dishes for you to try. Costa Rica is also the perfect place to enjoy tres leches (custard flan). Bavaria is a much-loved brand of beer in these parts. So find a bar, kick back and give it a try! Ask for a round of Ron Centenario. This is a popular spirit for locals. Try a fresco de frutas (fruit shake), an non-alcoholic Costa Rica beverage that is very common in this region.
As your journey concludes, you'll be sure to bid the region a teary "Adiós"
Accommodation in Golfito
Consulting Expedia's hotel booking website provides the simplest way to book a nice hotel in Golfito that suits your budget and taste.
Be sure to check out the Esquinas Rainforest Lodge, which can be found at La Gamba, and the Hotel Casa Roland Golfito Resort, situated at American Zone. More economical lodgings worth checking out include the La Gamba Rainforest Lodge, at Parque Nacional Piedras Blancas, and the Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge, at Piedras Blancas National Park.