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7 Nights In Costa Rica From $355 With Round-Trip Flights & Cabin Rental

7 Nights In Costa Rica From $355 With Round-Trip Flights & Cabin Rental

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Pura vida, pirates! Ready to spend 7 nights in beautiful Costa Rica? Fly from Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Chicago, New York, Miami, or Washington D.C. to San José, where you'll head off to a gorgeous Airbnb mountain cabin for seven nights of adventure and relaxation.

from
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355
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Costa Rica Vacation Timeframe: 26. Apr. 2017 - 28. Oct. 2017

Origins
Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Chicago, Washington, D.C., New York, Miami
Destination
San José

Deal Overview:

  • Example trip dates: May 12-20, 2017 (arrive on May 13)
  • Travel Period: April to October 2017
  • Duration: 7 nights (some flights involve 1 night in transit)
  • Round-trip flights: Fort Lauderdale, Houston, Chicago, Washington D.C., New York, or Miami to San José, Costa Rica
  • Airline(s): American Airlines, Spirit, jetBlue, United, & Interjet
  • Transfers: Not included; rental cars available (see "transportation" tab)
  • Accommodation: Mountain Cabin (5/5 on Airbnb)
  • Travel document: Valid Passport
  • Visa for U.S. citizens required: No
  • Destination insights: U.S. Government Information
  • Baggage Info: Please visit our baggage information post for more information.
  • Based on double occupancy

Please keep in mind that flights are subject to availability. Our deals are current at the time of publication, but may sell out quickly or expire.

Price breakdown:

  • Total cost for Flights (FLL to San Jose): $376 ($188 per person)
  • Total cost for Airbnb: $334 ($167 per person)

Total cost of vacation: $710
Total cost per person: $355

Please be aware that Spirit Airlines is a low-cost airline. These airlines offer cheap fares by reducing the number of services offered in-flight and before departure. Pack light, prepare a good playlist, bring a few snacks, and enjoy the savings!tree bridge in costa ricajungles in costa ricasee a toucan

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