There's something about the natural landscape in foreign countries that's easily 100 times more beautiful than where you're from - or so it seems anyway. If you're really feeling the sting of wanderlust lately, you can book a super cheap flight to Costa Rica for a limited time.
According to information on Google Flights, you can book a flight from Tampa International to San Jose Costa Rica's airport on Tuesday, October 1st and return on Tuesday, October 15th for only $239 round trip.
The arrival flight has one 1-hour and 7-minute layover in Panama, while the return flight has one in Miami lasting an hour and 37 minutes. Both flights have wi-fi and in-seat power outlets so you can keep your electronics charged up and your Netflix streaming during your entire flight.
Tickets for flights from the U.S to Costa Rica generally run around $350-400 or sometimes more depending on where you're flying out of. At almost half price, it's likely that these ticket prices won't last very long. Half off means more money in your pocket to explore the country - and explore you will.
You'll be landing in San Jose, which is very centrally located in South America. You'll be just a couple hours journey in any direction from 4 different Costa Rican National Parks full of lush rainforests, waterfalls, rock formations, and volcanoes. One of the closest is Irazú Volcano National Park, which has some of the most insane views.
About an hour in the opposite direction of the volcano is Verde Malakita - giving you some of the most romantic and lush waterfall spots imaginable. If you want to venture out a little bit further, 4 hours away is Cahuita National Park, known for its lush jungle hiking trails and shimmering coastal beaches.
This trip gives you a whole 12 days to explore San Jose and it's surrounding beauty. With so many options and the amount of money saved on your flight, your possibilities are nearly endless. One thing is for sure, you'll leave with views and memories of Costa Rica you'll never forget.
You can book this awesome travel deal here.
The deal does not include taxes, fees, and luggage may be extra. We recommend you check the itinerary for additional information.
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