Costa Rica is one of the most biodiverse places on Earth with steaming rainforests, waterfalls, volcanoes, beaches, mangrove swamps and a huge variety of wildlife. With a combination of low prices and a welcoming, relaxed lifestyle, this democratic and prosperous nation has become of the most popular travel spots in all of the Americas.
Exchange concerts, cultural connections and amazing natural wonders await you on our Costa Rican tours.
Two fantastic concerts, waterfalls, volcanoes, hot springs, a Latin dancing show and a boat ride where you'll likely see monkeys, iguanas and many tropical birds highlight this amazing 6-day trip.Full Itinerary
Stare down 1,000 feet at the edge of an active volcano's crater, visit two spectacular national parks, relax on beautiful sandy beaches, visit a local high school and perform with the students.Full Itinerary
Begin your journey in San Jose, discovering remote Tortuguero and its fascinating wildlife. Spend the final two days in the San Carlos where you'll visit a wildlife reserve and the Tabacon Hot Springs.Full Itinerary
San Jose is the cosmopolitan capital, but the real stars of Costa Rica are the forests, volcanoes, wildlife and beaches found throughout the country.
San Jose, the capital city of Costa Rica, is the nation's largest city. It is home to European-influenced architecture such as the National Museum, with its impressive exhibits of natural history and pre-Columbian art and artifacts, the University of Costa Rica and the Teatro Nacional, which was built from coffee taxes and modeled after the Paris Opera House.
Monteverde is famous for its Cloud Forest. Founded in the 1950s by a group of Quakers from Alabama, the Monteverde Cloud Forest is home to more than 400 species of birds, 100 species of mammals and 2,500 species of plants. Here, groups can swing far above the forest floor on the world famous Monteverde Canopy Tour!
San Carlos is home to the famous Arenal volcano, among the most active volcanoes in the world. Groups may choose to visit the small town of La Fortuna, perform inside its beautiful church or explore the nearby rainforest with a bird's-eye perspective on the flora and fauna of this unique ecosystem. On a clear night it may be possible to see the orange glow of lava flowing from the volcano above!
This resort city invites you to relax and enjoy the beautiful beaches. Excursions are possible to the Manuel Antonio National Park where your local guide can take you through some of the forest trails, stopping for a swim on the way. Then, sit back and relax on white sand beaches that are shaded by the trees of the jungle.
Local schools and conservatories, parks and wonderful theaters offer multiple options for your ensemble's performances.
This gorgeous Neo-classical arts complex in central San José is considered to be the finest historical building in the capital city. Its interior contains lavish furnishings and décor. The theater's use is highly limited and requires that groups go through a selection process prior to admission for performing. We are proud to offer this venue for our talented and inspiring groups who travel to Costa Rica.
This 300-seat covered amphitheater is situated in the famous INBioparque ecological park in San Jose. While outdoors, the shell provides an acoustical setup perfect for any ensemble.
Housed inside the Museo de Los Niños this is the city's most modern performing arts theater, with the best seats and sound system.