Married and live in BC. We try to go to a different place each vacation. We've travelled with our kids for a few years, but even then, tend to prefer the smaller, out of the way places that share the country, culture and expose us to the society the locals live, all while keeping the costs real and expectations realistic.
Guanacaste, Costa Rica
We travelled with our 2 teenage daughters in March 2014. While it was a bit of a drive from our hotel in Tamarindo and there were delays due to other buses meeting us and highway construction, taking some time out of the 38 degree heat, in an air conditioned bus, wasn't such a bad thing. When we arrived at the river float, we felt safe, taken care of and our guide was very informative. We saw monkeys, crocs, lots of birds, iguanas and even snakes. The lunch was delicious and we got some fantastic pictures at the Jaguar sanctuary. We definitely felt it was worth our money and compared to many excursions you book in Costa Rica, the price was a very good deal. I will definitely add Viator.com to my vacation itinerary planning for all future holidays.
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