Book JetBlue non-stop flights from Los Angeles, USA to San Jose, Costa Rica from only $294 return!
Costa Rica is known for its great diversity of flora and fauna. With only 0.3 percent of the world's land mass and nearly 6 percent of the world's biodiversity, this country has the highest species per area unit in the world. It is home to sloths, monkeys, racoons, agoutis, coatis, jaguars, tapirs, iguanas, tree frogs, toucans, hummingbirds and rare quetzal birds. Visit one of the national parks: Cahuita and Tortuguero in the Caribbean coast or Corcovado and Manuel Antonio in the Pacific coast. If you want to get into the wild, you can also head inland to explore the Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve.
If you like to get involved working with the animals, take part in one of the volunteer programs. Proyecto Asis Rescue Center in Arenal Volcano Area helps injured wild animals in order to restore the balance between man and nature. This wonderful educational experience will help you learn and see Costa Rican wildlife up close.
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July – October
Monday, Wednesday and Friday departures and returns in July, August and early September; Sunday, Tuesday, Thursday departure with Monday, Wednesday and Friday return from September 12 to October 3, returning until October 15.
Los Angeles – San Jose – Los Angeles
One cabin bag and one checked bag per passenger.
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