With palm-fringed beaches, thunderous waterfalls, tropical rain forests and abundant wildlife, Costa Rica is a dream destination for nature lovers and active adventurers. Is it on your bucket list?
Now imagine exploring this magical place from the comfort of an all-inclusive mega-yacht – perhaps one you’ve chartered just your group. Sounds amazing, right? It is…and it’s no longer just a dream.
SeaDream Yacht Club has announced their first-ever voyages in Costa Rica. One of their twin yachts, SeaDream I, will be transiting the Panama Canal to spend several weeks sailing along the “rich coast” of Costa Rica.
This beautiful SeaDream Yacht accommodates 112 guests in oceanview rooms; and with an attentive crew of 95 to spoil them, it’s perfect for weddings, birthdays, family reunions, company meetings or incentive programs.
On November 9, 2013, SeaDream I will embark on a 10-night voyage from Barbados to Panama City, Panama. This itinerary includes a transit of the Panama Canal – another first for SeaDream. From Panama, SeaDream I will sail to Caldera, Costa Rica, making it her home port for six consecutive, seven-night voyages.
This paradise of active volcanoes and beautiful beaches is teeming with wildlife, including 1,000 butterfly species and 1,200 varieties of orchids.
Are your attendees looking for more active adventure? They won’t be disappointed in Costa Rica – the surfing, hiking, rafting, zip lines and deep sea fishing are among the best in the world!
To enrich the experience of your event participants, a highly-qualified Naturalist will sail aboard the yacht during all Costa Rica voyages.
SeaDream’s Costa Rica Itineraries Include:
Isla de Coiba, Panama – A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Coiba National Park is one of the last places in Central America where Scarlet Macaws live in large numbers in the wild.
Golfito, Costa Rica – Remote and rugged, this is home to the beautiful Wilson Botanical Gardens and the natural reserve and wildlife refuge of Piedras Blancas National Park.
Drake Bay, Costa Rica – One of the most secluded spots in Costa Rica. Its spectacular lagoons and coves are ideal for scuba and snorkeling; see humpback and killer whales as well as several species of dolphins.
Isla del Cano, Costa Rica – An amazing marine reserve with fantastic underwater visibility; see sea turtles, dolphins, stingrays, manta rays, moray eels and more.
Quepos, Costa Rica – One of the best places in the world for big game sport fishing. Manuel Antonio National Park is a main attraction, along with canopy tours, horseback riding, kayaking, rafting and surfing.
Tortuga Islands, Costa Rica – White sand beaches and emerald waters invites absolute tranquility and make this the ideal spot for SeaDream’s “Champagne and Caviar Splash”.
San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua – A quaint fishing village where thatch-roofed restaurants line the long, sandy beach. You’ll also want to see the nearby Masaya Volcano.
Playa el Coco, Costa Rica – Surrounded by steep hills, this horseshoe shaped bay is among the most well-known beaches in the country. offering great surfing & nightlife.
Playa Flamingo, Costa Rica – Perhaps Costa Rica’s most upscale beach destination, ideally situated near the Santa Rosa National Park and the Palo Verde natural reserve.
It all adds up to…Pura Vida! (The national expression of Costa Rica literally translates to “Pure Life” – what could be better than that?)