San Vito Vacation Packages
Head to some of the visitor attractions in San Vito. The the Wilson Botanical Garden is a good place to start.
See for yourself why Costa Rica is so popular by tourists, by renting a vehicle and setting off to explore the abundance of man-made and natural attractions within easy traveling distance of San Vito. If you've enough time, head 18 miles (29 kilometers) to get to Golfito. Here you can pay a visit to the Parque Nacional de Fauna Silvestre Golfito and Playa Cacao.
For a low-cost outdoors activity that will interest the entire family, take the time to visit the region's fascinating open-air markets.
Finding one of the wildlife spotting tours and guided nature walks is a good way to learn about Costa Rica. The wider region offers plenty of activities for active travelers with an affinity for water. Swimming and scuba diving are just two of the popular water-based activities here.
More often than not, a destination's true personality can be found in its culinary arts. Pork and sometimes chicken are often used in this part of the world. Why not try casado or arroz con pollo (rice and chicken)? Both meals are popular in this area. Costa Rica dishes such as tres leches (custard flan) are also great to try. Refresh your palette with a glass of beer. Bavaria is a popular option. What about trying a local spirit? Ron Centenario is one of these. Fresco de frutas (fruit shake) is a popular drink here.
At the end of your holiday in San Vito, you'll be sure to bid this place a fond "Adiós" Rest assured, however, you'll be leaving with memories and photos that are yours to keep forever.
Accommodation in San Vito
Those spending the night in San Vito are advised to book in advance for a hotel, as currently there are only very limited numbers of Expedia-listed San Vito hotels to choose from.