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Costa Rica

From Monkeys to Macaws: Colorful Costa Rica With Your Grandchild

Program No. 3636RJ
Fly a little south of the U.S. to discover a world of chatty macaws, playful monkeys, industrious leaf cutter ants and butterflies as you explore Costa Rica with your grandchild.
Length
10 days
Rating (4.95)
Activity Level
Starts at
2,699 / ADULT
2,199 / CHILD
Flights start at
500

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Age 9 - 11
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Age 12 - 14
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Age 15 - 17
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Jul 5 - Jul 14, 2023
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At a Glance

A scarlet macaw swooping overhead. A trek through the green rainforest. A large crocodile gliding unnoticed in the river. Postcards simply won’t do Costa Rica justice – you have to experience it for yourself! Alongside your grandchild, search for truly amazing animals, like sloths and howler monkeys, as you march through the rainforest, sail along the rivers, kayak the warm waters and zipline over the jungle on a once-in-a-lifetime adventure together. On this week-long journey, you’ll learn about all the colorful landscapes on walks through nature and across hanging bridges as you both go wild in Costa Rica.
Activity Level
Keep the Pace
Walking up to 1.5 hours a day over uneven trails in hot and humid conditions, zip lining, swimming activities, and getting in and out of boats and buses. Elevations up to 5,000 feet.
Small Group
Small Group
Love to learn and explore in a small-group setting? These adventures offer small, personal experiences with groups of 13 to 24 participants.

Best of all, you’ll…

  • Keep your eyes peeled for sloths, iguanas, monkeys, crocs and more as you float along the Sarapiqui and Tarcoles Rivers with an expert naturalist.
  • Hold onto your helmets as you zipline over the jungle and walk over hanging bridges to view a large volcano.
  • Explore a local farm where silly macaws fly about and learn how the locals are trying to protect them.

General Notes

Program is for grandchildren ages 9-11 or 12-14 or 15-17, depending on the date. This program allows participants to explore a number of Costa Rica’s eco-systems in a relatively short amount of time. Bus travel is a necessity for an up-close experience, but program activities help to break up travel time. Local road conditions, weather, traffic and elevation are factors in determining time of travel.
Visit the Road Scholar Bookshop
You can find many of the books we recommend at the Road Scholar store on bookshop.org, a website that supports local bookstores.
Eyewitness Jungle
by Theresa Greenaway, Geoff Dann (Photographer)
Geared for ages 9 to 12, the hundreds of eye-popping photographs of birds, monkeys, towering trees, orchids and all manner of rainforest life will also appeal to the whole family.
Costa Rican Spanish
by Lonely Planet
A pocket guide to understanding idioms, slang and Spanish as it is spoken by the Ticos.
Volcanoes, Crucibles of Change
by Richard Fisher
A complete primer for the volcano lover, this heavily illustrated book covers types of volcanoes and eruptions, worldwide distribution and the physics of their formation.
The Wildlife of Costa Rica, A Field Guide
by Twan Leenders, Robert Dean, Jim Zook, Fiona Reid
This guide includes 450 of the most common, interesting and charismatic mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and arthropods that you are likely to encounter. Each has exquisite full-color illustrations.
Culture Smart! Costa Rica
by Jane Koutnik
History, religion, daily life, food, health and safety are all covered in this accessible pocket guide to Costa Rican customs, etiquette and culture.
Tropical Nature
by Adrian Forsyth, Ken Miyata
Two uncommonly observant and thoughtful field biologists offer a lucid portrait of the tropics through 17 marvelous essays that introduce the habitats, ecology, plants and animals of the Central and South American rainforests.
Costa Rican Wildlife
by Pocket Naturalist
Put it in your pocket! This handy, fold-up card includes color illustrations of dozens of typical birds, mammals and reptiles. We also carry plastic cards for Costa Rica Birds (Item CRC56) and Costa Rica Butterflies & Moths (Item CRC57), $5.95 each.
Monkeys are Made of Chocolate, Exotic and Unseen Costa Rica
by Jack Ewing
Ewing, founder of Hacienda Baru in southern Costa Rica, weaves tales of the rainforest, wildlife, ecology and conservation in these 32 marvelous essays for the whole family.
The Sea Turtle, So Excellent a Fishe
by Archie Carr
An appreciative and informative account of the sea turtle, its ecology and field work in Costa Rica by the man who did so much to promote sea turtle research and conservation, first published in 1967. Karen Bjorndal, director of the Archie Carr Center for Sea Turtle Research, brings the story up to date in a new foreword.
Into The Volcano
by Donna O'Meara
O'Meara's lively, illustrated eyewitness accounts of adventures in volcanology include Arenal in Costa Rica, Kilauea in Hawaii and Stromboli off the coast of Italy. Geared for grades 5 to 8, this is a great introduction to volcanoes for the whole family.
Costa Rica Adventure Map
by National Geographic
A double-sided map at a scale of 1:500,000.
Nancy Drew, The Scarlet Macaw Scandal
by Carolyn Keene
Nancy and her friends head for Costa Rica's Corcovado National Park to relax and study monkeys when they stumble upon, naturally, a mystery to be solved.
The Most Beautiful Roof in the World
by Kathryn Lasky, Christopher Knight (Photographer)
A tropical botanist and her sons climb among the ropes and walkways of a rainforest canopy in this photographic odyssey. For ages 9-12.
The Birds of Costa Rica
by Richard Garrigues, Robert Dean (Illustrator)
This new edition covers 903 species of birds with hundreds of new, supplemental or revised color illustrations by Robert Dean and revised color-coded range maps.
National Geographic Costa Rica
by Christopher P. Baker
This stylish and informative travel resource features 200 photographs, many maps and good information on the country's history, nature and culture.
Wild Costa Rica
by Adrian Hepworth
This beautiful, informative survey of the habitats, wildlife and protected areas of Costa Rica features 200 color photographs and chapters on natural history and conservation.
The Field Guide to Rain Forest Animals
by Nancy Honovich
A unique children's guide to eight Amazon animals that includes photographs, illustrations, maps, fascinating facts and a diorama activity. Written for ages eight and up.
Costa Rica, A Traveler's Literary Companion
by Barbara Ras
These 26 well-chosen stories by Costa Rican writers introduce the people, culture and land.
Costa Rica, A Journey Through Nature
by Adrian Hepworth
Dividing the book by ecosystem and geographic area, BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Hepworth's color photographs showcase the diversity of Costa Rica's wildlife and habitats.
A Brief History of Central America
by Hector Perez-Brignoll
A good overview of the region’s economic, political and social history through the 1980s by a professor at the University of Costa Rica. Well-written, informative and concise.
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10 days
9 nights
26 meals
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DAY
1
In Transit to Program, Arrive San José, Orientation, Dinner
San José
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Radisson Hotel San José - Costa Rica

Activity note: Participants must arrive in San José, Costa Rica, no later than 4:30 p.m. to attend program orientation. Hotel check-in available from 3:00 p.m. See your program’s GETTING THERE information regarding transfers.

Afternoon: Orientation: 6:00 p.m. at the hotel. The Group Leaders will greet everyone and lead introductions. We will review the up-to-date program schedule, discuss roles and responsibilities, logistics, safety guidelines, emergency procedures, and answer questions. We will review COVID protocols and will adhere to applicable requirements and guidelines throughout the program. This is a Road Scholar Grandparent program. Grandparents are responsible for their grandchildren. If/when separate age group activities are conducted concurrently, program staff will supervise. Minors are never to be left unsupervised. Lectures and field trips will be conducted by our knowledgeable Group Leader as well as local experts. The program includes several bus transfers. The air-conditioned Road Scholar bus does not have a bathroom on board. However, there will be stops for program activities, meals, and/or basic rest stops that help to break up longer travel times. Stops are built into the schedule for every 1.5 to 2 hours of bus travel. Meals will feature local cuisine. In many cases, they will be plated and served set meals; in others, we will have choices. Beverages will typically include coffee, tea, water; other beverages are usually available for purchase. Periods in the daily schedule designated as “Free time” and “At leisure” offer opportunities to do what you like and make your experience even more meaningful and memorable according to your personal preferences. The Group Leaders will be happy to offer suggestions. Program activities, schedules, personnel, and indicated distances or times may change due to local circumstances/conditions. In the event of changes, we will alert you as quickly as possible. Thank you for your understanding.

Dinner: At the hotel.

Evening: At leisure. Continue getting to know your fellow Road Scholars, settle in, and get a good night’s rest for the day ahead. Prepare for check-out and transfer in the morning.

DAY
2
La Paz Waterfall Gardens, Transfer to Sarapiquí
Sarapiqui
B,L,D
Selva Verde Lodge

Activity note: Getting on/off a bus; driving about 55 miles, approximately 3 hours riding time. Walking up to 3 miles; undulating terrain, hot/humid conditions. Elevation approximately 220 feet. Lodge check in from 3:00 p.m.

Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: We will be joined at the hotel by a local expert who will give us a lecture on biodiversity in Costa Rica. We’ll then check out of the hotel, board our bus, and transfer via Varablanca to Sarapiquí. On the way we’ll stop for a field trip at La Paz Waterfall Gardens. La Paz Waterfall Gardens is an ecological park located near the Poás Volcano, in a verdant, misty area where cloud and rain forests meet. The park has five beautiful waterfalls that can be admired from various viewpoints through a network of stairways and viewing platforms. Other attractions include a serpentarium, frog exhibit, walking trails, and one of the largest butterfly observatories in the world. A walk inside the oversized butterfly observatory reveals a large flowering garden with thousands of fluttering butterflies belonging to more than 25 different species. Some resident favorites include the Blue Morpho, Monarch, Blue-banded Purplewing, Salome Yellow, and Banded Orange.

Lunch: At La Paz Waterfall Gardens.

Afternoon: Upon our arrival at Selva Verde Lodge, we’ll check in and get our room assignments with some time to freshen up and relax before dinner.

Dinner: At the lodge.

Evening: At leisure.

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River Rafting, Chocolate Farm Field Trip
Sarapiqui
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Selva Verde Lodge

Activity note: Early morning (pre-breakfast) birding walk in lodge environs. Getting on/off a bus; driving about 23 miles total; approximately 1 hour riding time. Getting on/off river rafts; riding about 2-3 miles, approximately 2 hours paddling. Class I & II rapids: easy to moderate conditions including waves, rocks, sand banks, and light riffles. Wear bathing suit & water shoes/sport sandals; apply sunscreen before water activity. Walking about 1 mile at chocolate farm.

Breakfast: At the lodge.

Morning: We will have an early morning (pre-breakfast) birding walk. Later, we’ll ride to an assigned drop-off location on the Sarapiquí River in preparation for an exhilarating river-rafting field trip where we’ll participate in paddling. Each raft will have its own rafting expert who will sit at the back to navigate and direct us on how and when to paddle. The Sarapiquí River winds through a region of Costa Rica called the “Eternal Spring” due to its ever present thick, verdant flora and abundant corresponding fauna. The source is in the mountains and flows down through the rainforest before joining the main body of the river. Whitewater rapids are classified by level of difficulty. Class I: Moving water with a few riffles and small waves; few or no obstructions. Class II: Easy rapids with smaller waves, clear channels that are obvious without scouting; some maneuvering required. Note: This classification system is only a guide; degrees of difficulty vary based on local conditions including water levels. We’ll return to the lodge after our field trip to freshen-up and change clothes.

Lunch: At the lodge.

Afternoon: Next, we’ll ride to a local farm to learn about cacao production and the secrets of making chocolate. A local expert will lead us on a brief walking exploration of the farm as we learn how cacao is grown, harvested, processed, and turned into chocolate. We’ll return to the lodge after our field trip.

Dinner: At the lodge.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
4
Sarapiquí River Boating Field Trip, SCLC, Rainforest Walk
Sarapiqui
B,L,D
Selva Verde Lodge

Activity note: Getting on/off a bus; driving about 9 miles, approximately 1/2 hour riding time. Getting on/off a river boat; approximately 1 hour journey, open sides for wildlife viewing, no bathroom facilities. Walking up to 1.5 miles; undulating forest trails, irregular paths, ascending/descending steps with handrails.

Breakfast: At the lodge.

Morning: We’ll ride to the dock at Puerto Viejo to embark on a nature boat ride on the Sarapiquí River, followed by time spent in the river frontier town of Puerto Viejo. During the boat ride, our Group Leaders will introduce us to the birds and animals that frequent the riverine vegetation, including caimans and a variety of water birds. We’ll also take this opportunity to observe land utilization along the river banks and consider the human impact on the ecology of the river system. After disembarkation, we’ll return to our bus and ride a short distance into the Sarapiquí community, where a local resident will invite us into her home, talk about daily life, and show us on how to prepare some typical Tico dishes. We’ll be accompanied by a member of the Sarapiquí Conservation Learning Center (SCLC), who will also give us an overview of their mission and talk to us about their work together with the community. Founded by Giovanna Holbrook in the mid-1990s, the SCLC is a registered non-profit organization whose mission is to link communities and conservation through education and ecotourism in the Sarapiquí region. Programs include environmental education, ecotourism activities, English classes, an ecology club, community outreach, a women’s group, and many others.

Lunch: At a local home.

Afternoon: Returning to the lodge we will have some “down time” to relax and freshen up before our next activity. Later in the afternoon, we will join our Group Leaders for a presentation on tropical rainforests. We’ll learn about rainforest layers, plant and animal adaptations, environmental threats, and local conservation efforts. Then, we’ll put on boots (provided at the lodge) and head across the hanging bridge to experience firsthand the sights and sounds of a rainforest during a walk in the lodge’s private reserve.

Dinner: At the lodge.

Evening: At leisure. Prepare for check-out and transfer in the morning.

DAY
5
Transfer to Arenal, Macaws, Mistico Arenal Hanging Bridges
Arenal
B,L,D
Arenal Paraiso Hotel Resort & Spa

Activity note: Getting on/off a bus; driving about 79 miles, approximately 2 hours riding time. Walking up to 2.5 miles; forest trails, hanging bridges, bridge heights up to 148 feet. Wear comfortable clothing, closed walking shoes, bring binoculars if you have them.

Breakfast: At the lodge.

Morning: After checking out of the lodge, we’ll board our bus and ride to the Rio Cuarto region to view semi-wild Macaws. As we ride, this will be a good time to practice our Spanish language informally with the Group Leaders and others. Our first stop will be to a local family-owned farm that semi-wild Great Green Macaws and Scarlet Macaws like to frequent. These colorful and vocal birds can usually be spotted perched on surrounding trees or flying about the farm. During our field trip, the Group Leaders will introduce the concept of a “biological corridor” and we will learn how this farm plays a role. We’ll then ride to La Fortuna town.

Lunch: At a restaurant en route.

Afternoon: For our next field trip, we’ll ride to Mistico Arenal Hanging Bridges. The Hanging Bridges project consists of a system of trails covering a distance of about 2 miles with eight fixed bridges and six hanging bridges, all built with the latest techniques and designed with an eye for both beauty and safety. The entire project was designed to blend with the natural environment, leaving the forest virtually intact. The idea of the operation is to facilitate access, with the minimum possible impact, to one of the least explored parts of the rainforest: the canopy. During an interpretive walk in the rainforest canopy, we will traverse a combination of nature trails and hanging bridges for a perspective usually available to monkeys and birds only! We’ll ride on to the hotel, check in, and enjoy dinner.

Dinner: At the hotel.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
6
Ziplining Activities, Evening with Bats
Arenal
B,L,D
Arenal Paraiso Hotel Resort & Spa

Activity note: Early morning (pre-breakfast) birding walk around the lodge grounds. Driving about 8 miles to ziplining facility; approx. 1/2 hour. Minimum height required for this activity is 3 feet 11 inches. Minimal climbing required for ziplining; getting in/out of open air gondola; height of platforms varies; highest is 656 feet.

Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: Get ready for our exciting canopy zip-lining adventure! We’ll ride from the hotel to an establishment just outside of the Arenal Volcano National Park to begin our adventure. Thrill-seekers come here to enjoy the adventure of whizzing through the forest canopy on zip lines while nature lovers rejoice in the sights and sounds of the forest. The experience will begin with a leisurely, open-air gondola ride up the mountain followed by a safety lesson. Then, we will experience a heart-pumping descent via a network of zip lines and platforms before returning to the grounds via the open-air gondola. At the end of the activity, we will enjoy beautiful views of Arenal Volcano National Park while learning from local experts and our Group Leaders about the unique flora and fauna of the adjacent park’s transitional forest.

Lunch: At a local restaurant.

Afternoon: Returning to the hotel, the remainder of the afternoon will be free. Take this opportunity for personal independent exploration to see and do what interests you most. The Group Leaders will be happy to offer suggestions. You are welcome to enjoy the pools, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, or just relax.

Dinner: At the hotel.

Evening: Now it’s time for an up-close and educational evening with bats! We’ll ride to a nearby location to meet a local expert who will teach us about the history and characteristics of bats. We’ll then have an opportunity to observe some bats up close that were captured by researchers to study. Back at the hotel, prepare for check-out and transfer in the morning.

DAY
7
Family Farm Visit, Free Time
Arenal
B,L,D
Arenal Paraiso Hotel Resort & Spa

Activity note: Getting on/off a bus; driving about 23 miles, approximately 1 hour riding time. Walking up to 1 mile; undulating paths.

Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: We’ll board our bus and ride to a nearby family farm and meet a member of the family. We’ll learn about the history of the estate and some of the agricultural practices in this fertile region. We'll attend a folkloric dance presentation performed by the children of the family in their traditional costumes. Next, we’ll awaken our inner chefs — and appetites! — as we join in a tortilla making activity. We’ll learn step by step how to make tortillas and cook them on a wood stove.

Lunch: At the farm, we’ll have a traditional meal hosted by the family.

Afternoon: At the farm’s sugar cane mill, we will learn about the traditional methods of sugar cane processing. After returning to the hotel, the remainder of the afternoon will be free.

Dinner: At a local restaurant.

Evening: Back at the hotel, the remainder of the evening will be at leisure. Prepare for check-out and transfer in the morning.

DAY
8
Transfer to Central Pacific Area, Crocodile Safari
Punta Leona
B,L,D
Hotel Punta Leona

Activity note: Getting on/off a bus; driving about 110 miles, approximately 4.5 hours riding time. Getting in/out of a boat; riding approximately 2 hours. Note: Boating is tide dependent and may need to be offered at a different time of day.

Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: We will check out, board the bus, and begin our transfer to the Central Pacific Area.

Lunch: At a restaurant en route.

Afternoon: Reaching the Tarcoles River area, we will board a flat-bottomed pontoon boat and float on the Tarcoles River, searching these estuarine habitats of the Tarcoles River Basin for some of the local wildlife. As one of the most important in the Pacific coastal region, this basin virtually drains the entire western side of the Central Valley and hosts an amazing diversity of wildlife along its banks and in the extensive mangrove areas near its estuary. In addition to scarlet macaws, water birds and other creatures, some of the large population of American crocodiles (Crocodilus acutus) can often be spotted sunning themselves on the river banks. Our Group Leaders will provide commentary as we search and afterwards, in a special on-site presentation about crocs, a local expert will reveal facts that have been discovered over the years by local and foreign specialists. After finishing up our boat safari, we’ll complete our transfer to Punta Leona and check in to the hotel.

Dinner: At the hotel.

Evening: At leisure.

DAY
9
Swimming & Kayaking Activities, Free Time
Punta Leona
B,L,D
Hotel Punta Leona

Activity note: Getting on/off a bus; driving about 5 miles, approximately 1/2 hour riding time. Getting in/out of canoes and kayaks; assistance provided as needed; about 2 hours on the water; potential for both waves and calm water; life jackets provided.

Breakfast: At the hotel.

Morning: We’ll take the bus to the small coastal village of Agujas for an outrigger canoe paddling field trip led by expert boating staff. Before getting on the water, we’ll attend a safety orientation and familiarize ourselves with the equipment. The canoes we’ll use are outriggers, also known as Polynesian canoes, that can carry several people at a time including a staff member. Easier to handle, more stable, and safer then kayaks, especially for inexperienced persons, these types of canoes have been plying the oceans of the world for centuries. They were created as tools for survival and travel and, as such, their design remains basically unchanged after generations of refinement. Their beauty lies in their simplicity and functionality. Our modern canoes are built of fiberglass and are equipped with an outrigger on each side to ensure safety and provide peace of mind. As the paddle hits the water, think of the ancient traditions, knowledge and skill that went into the canoe’s evolution. We’ll return to the hotel after our learning adventure.

Lunch: At the beach, picnic-style.

Afternoon: Free time. This period of time has been set aside for personal independent exploration to see and do what interests each of us most. Please refer to the list of Free Time Opportunities. The Group Leader will be happy to offer suggestions. Please note that the period scheduled for free time is subject to change depending on local circumstances and opportunities for independent exploration. You may like to enjoy the beaches and pools, spend time with fellow Road Scholars, or just relax.

Dinner: At the hotel. Share favorite experiences with new Road Scholar friends during our farewell dinner.

Evening: At leisure. Prepare for check-out and departure in the morning.

DAY
10
Program Concludes, In Transit from Program
In Flight
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Activity note: Getting on/off a bus; driving about 50 miles, approximately 2 hours riding time to airport. When booking international flights, do not select a departure flight that leaves San José any earlier than 12:30 p.m. Hotel check-out by 11:00 a.m. See your program’s GETTING THERE information regarding transfers.

Breakfast: At the hotel (depending on flight times). Take-away breakfasts available upon request.

Morning: There will be one early morning transfer to San Jose’s international airport included in the program cost. This concludes our program. If you are returning home, safe travels. If you are staying on independently, have a wonderful time. If you are transferring to another Road Scholar program, detailed instructions are included in your Information Packet for that program. We hope you enjoy Road Scholar learning adventures and look forward to having you on rewarding programs in the future. Don’t forget to join our Facebook page and follow us on Instagram. Best wishes for all your journeys!






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