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Costa Rica Itinerary: 15 Days In Costa Rica; Sample Itineraries, How Many Places To Visit, How Many Activities To Do, And More!

Costa Rica Itinerary: 15 Days In Costa Rica; Sample Itineraries, How Many Places To Visit, How Many Activities To Do, And More!

NOTE: The content on this page was last updated on October 24th, 2017.

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The below post is the fifth part of our five-part series about Costa Rica itineraries. For the purpose of our series, the Costa Rica itinerary information has been divided into five sections:

#1. Costa Rica Itinerary: 5 days in Costa Rica (i.e., 4 nights and 5 days in Costa Rica)
#2. Costa Rica Itinerary: 8 days in Costa Rica (i.e., 7 nights and 8 days in Costa Rica)
#3. Costa Rica Itinerary: 10 days in Costa Rica (i.e., 9 nights and 10 days in Costa Rica)
#4. Costa Rica Itinerary: 12 days in Costa Rica (i.e., 11 nights and 12 days in Costa Rica)
#5. Costa Rica Itinerary: 15 days in Costa Rica (i.e., 14 nights and 15 days in Costa Rica)

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15 days in Costa Rica
15 days in Costa Rica

COSTA RICA VACATION PLANNING

Vacations to Costa Rica are as unique as the travellers who take them. Some people have little time to spend in the country and want to make the most of their trip, while others have plenty of days to spend lounging at the beach and leisurely travelling from place to place. How you should plan for and execute your¬†Costa Rica experience–together with which information you should know about the experience–are inquiries best answered by the number of days and nights you wish to spend in the country.

The good news is, you don’t need anyone to plan your entire Costa Rica trip for you–simply by narrowing down the number of days and nights you plan to travel to Costa Rica for you can quickly and easily create your own Costa Rica itinerary. Of course, in true Costa Rica Travel Blog style, we’re here to give you the encouragement and guidance you need to plan your own trip, and as per the focus of this particular blog post: a trip for 15 days in Costa Rica.

DO YOU HAVE 15 DAYS IN COSTA RICA OR ARE YOU CONSIDERING A 15-DAY TRIP TO COSTA RICA? HERE’S WHO WE THINK YOU ARE.

At the risk of making general assumptions about Costa Rica travellers, our years of working in the industry have shown us patterns in Costa Rica itinerary planning; specifically, patterns in the types of travellers who choose to vacation in Costa Rica and patterns surrounding the approximate number of days those travellers opt to vacation for. If you identify with any of the types of travellers we list below, or any of their itinerary wants/desires also listed below, a 15-day vacation to Costa Rica may be the best for you.

People who choose to vacation in Costa Rica for 15 days tend to be the following:

  • Students/student groups travelling during summer vacation
  • Couples who plan to get married (and subsequently, honeymoon) in Costa Rica
  • Older travellers who are considering moving to Costa Rica, either immediately or post-retirement
  • Backpackers travelling throughout Central America (i.e., who visit Costa Rica from Nicaragua or Panama)

People who choose to vacation in Costa Rica for 15 days tend to want the following:

Either/or…

  1. A wide variety of Costa Rica destinations that include multiple “adventure” destinations and/or “beach” destinations
  2. An mix of accommodation types, whereby much of the trip is spent exploring Costa Rica (and staying in hotels), with part of the trip spent at an all-inclusive resort (with few or no day tours taken to/from the resort and other areas of the country)

Travellers who choose to vacation in Costa Rica for 15 days also typically want…

  • A nice balance of travel time between destinations and time spent at each destination
  • A nice balance of travel to¬†Costa Rica’s most famed destinations, sites, and attractions, as well as travel to less touristy and more remote locations
  • A variety of “experiences”, including things to do in Costa Rica, things to see in Costa Rica, and things to learn in Costa Rica
  • To participate in Costa Rica’s most popular tours and activities
  • To participate in unique and specialized experiences of personal interest
  • To have opportunities for downtime throughout the vacation

WITH 15 DAYS IN COSTA RICA, HERE’S HOW MANY PLACES YOU SHOULD VISIT

In our related blog posts Costa Rica Itinerary: 8 Days In Costa Rica and Costa Rica Itinerary: 10 Days In Costa Rica¬†our recommendations were clear: visit two destinations with the former and three destinations with the latter. In contrast, in our related blog post Costa Rica Itinerary: 12 Days In Costa Rica, our recommendation was divided between visiting three or four destinations (depending on a traveller’s preferences and needs). With respect to a 15-day vacation in Costa Rica, we highly recommend selecting four destinations to visit (in addition to the airport region you plan to fly into and out of).

Why choosing four destinations is best

Unless travellers plan to fly into Costa Rica incredibly early in the morning and fly out of Costa Rica incredibly late in the evening, the first and last days of most vacations are missed. Although there may be time to fit in an activity during your first and/or last day in the country, the information we provide below errs on the side of caution and assumes that Day #1 and Day #15 are lost itinerary days.

Truthfully, then, a 15-day trip to Costa Rica provides 13 full days to explore the country (i.e., Day #2, Day #3, Day #4, Day #5, Day #6, Day #7, Day #8, Day #9, Day #10, Day #11, Day #12, Day #13, and Day #14). As we have already explained with respect to our 12-day Costa Rica vacation itineraries (see our related blog post Costa Rica Itinerary: 12 Days In Costa Rica for more information), travellers can easily visit four destinations within the 10 full days in-country that a 12-day vacation provides; with an extra 3 full days added to the trip, not only is visiting four destinations still possible, but visits to each can be extended to provide for further exploration, or to make use of extra opportunities for downtime, relaxation, town exploration, and/or souvenir shopping.

More specifically, 15 days in Costa Rica provides time for a) travel between the airport and Destination #1, b) travel between Destination #1 and Destination #2, c) travel between Destination #2 and Destination #3, d) travel between Destination #3 and Destination #4, and e) travel between Destination #4 and the airport. Having 15 days in Costa Rica also provides ample time for making stops along the way between routes (if desired), multiple hotel check-in and check-out procedures, participation in tours and activities of interest, random road trips (with a personal vehicle rental), and beach hopping (with a personal vehicle rental or the use of local taxi services).

Can/should I add in a fifth destination?

Yes, a fifth destination can be added to a 15-day Costa Rica itinerary, and yes, we have recommended doing so in a limited number of cases. Since adding a fifth destination will cause the vacation to feel more rushed and provide less time overall for tour/activity participation and/or rest, we would only suggest doing so to travellers who have an important reason for making the addition; if you are such a traveller, you should also have an unwavering energy to explore and patience for increased travel time added to your trip.

Can/should I stick with only three destinations?

Opting to visit only three destinations is possible with a 15-day Costa Rica itinerary, however we would not normally recommend doing so. With 13 full days available to explore the country and only three destinations scheduled on the itinerary, you may find that your time at each destination is difficult to fill. Consider visiting four destinations to make better use of your available vacation time.

SUGGESTED ITINERARY/ITINERARIES FOR A 15-DAY TRIP TO COSTA RICA

If you’re in the process of building a 15-day vacation to Costa Rica, aim for an itinerary that mirrors one of our suggested itineraries below.

Note: If your tour/activity interests require you to spend more or less time at Destination #1, Destination #2, Destination #3, or Destination #4, the number of days/nights spent at each can be adjusted accordingly.

Note: If a particular travel arrangement (i.e., a rental car delivery/pick-up time, a domestic flight departure time, or a shuttle service departure time) requires scheduling in the morning, afternoon, or evening, the itineraries provided below can be adjusted accordingly.


15-day itinerary #1: If you wish to spend the first night nearby the airport

  • 15-day itinerary #1 summary: 1 night in the airport region, 3 nights at Destination #1, 3 nights at Destination #2, 3 nights at Destination #3, and 4 nights at Destination #4
  • The below itinerary recommendation assumes that your flight from home to Costa Rica arrives into the airport region late in the day on Day #1 (our recommendation also assumes that you would prefer to schedule an overnight stay in the airport region for your first night in the country)
  • The below itinerary recommendation assumes that your flight back home from Costa Rica departs late in the day on Day #15 (our recommendation also assumes that your flight departs late enough in the day to travel between Destination #4 and the airport on your last day in the country)
14-Night / 15-Day Costa Rica Itinerary #1:

Day #1: Arrival into Costa Rica, overnight in the airport region
Day #2: Morning travel to Destination #1, afternoon exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #3: Full-day exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #4: Full-day exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #5: Morning travel to Destination #2, afternoon exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #6: Full-day exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #7: Full-day exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #8: Morning travel to Destination #3, afternoon exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #9: Full-day exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #10: Full-day exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #11: Morning travel to Destination #4, afternoon exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #12: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #13: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #14: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #15: Morning travel to the airport region, departure from Costa Rica


15-day itinerary #2: If you wish to spend the last night nearby the airport

  • 15-day itinerary #2 summary: 3 nights at Destination #1, 3 nights at Destination #2, 3 nights at Destination #3, 4 nights at Destination #4, and 1 night in the airport region
  • The below itinerary recommendation assumes that your flight from home to Costa Rica arrives into the airport region early in the day on Day #1 (our recommendation also assumes that you would prefer to travel between the airport region and Destination #1 for your first night in the country)
  • The below itinerary recommendation assumes that your flight back home from Costa Rica departs early in the day on Day #15 (our recommendation also assumes that you would prefer to schedule an overnight stay in the airport region for your last night in the country)
14-Night / 15-Day Costa Rica Itinerary #2:

Day #1: Arrival into Costa Rica, afternoon travel to Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #2: Full-day exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #3: Full-day exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #4: Morning exploration of Destination #1, afternoon travel to Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #5: Full-day exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #6: Full-day exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #7: Morning exploration of Destination #2, afternoon travel to Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #8: Full-day exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #9: Full-day exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #10: Morning exploration of Destination #3, afternoon travel to Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #11: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #12: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #13: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #14: Morning exploration of Destination #4, afternoon travel to the airport region, overnight in the airport region
Day #15: Departure from Costa Rica


15-day itinerary #3: If you wish to spend both the first night and the last night nearby the airport

  • 15-day itinerary #3 summary: 1 night in the airport region, 3 nights at Destination #1, 3 nights at Destination #2, 3 nights at Destination #3, 3 nights at Destination #4, and 1 night in the airport region
  • The below itinerary recommendation assumes that your flight from home to Costa Rica arrives into the airport region late in the day on Day #1 (our recommendation also assumes that you would prefer to schedule an overnight stay in the airport region for your first night in the country)
  • The below itinerary recommendation assumes that your flight back home from Costa Rica departs early in the day on Day #15 (our recommendation also assumes that you would prefer to schedule an overnight stay in the airport region for your last night in the country)
14-Night / 15-Day Costa Rica Itinerary #3:

Day #1: Arrival into Costa Rica, overnight in the airport region
Day #2: Morning travel to Destination #1, afternoon exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #3: Full-day exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #4: Full-day exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #5: Morning travel to Destination #2, afternoon exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #6: Full-day exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #7: Full-day exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #8: Morning travel to Destination #3, afternoon exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #9: Full-day exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #10: Full-day exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #11: Morning travel to Destination #4, afternoon exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #12: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #13: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #14: Morning exploration of Destination #4, afternoon travel to the airport region, overnight in the airport region
Day #15: Departure from Costa Rica


15-day itinerary #4: If you wish to spend both the first night and the last night nearby the airport

  • 15-day itinerary #4 summary: 4 nights at Destination #1, 3 nights at Destination #2, 3 nights at Destination #3, and 4 nights at Destination #4
  • The below itinerary recommendation assumes that your flight from home to Costa Rica arrives into the airport region early in the day on Day #1 (our recommendation also assumes that you would prefer to travel between the airport region and Destination #1 for your first night in the country)
  • The below itinerary recommendation assumes that your flight back home from Costa Rica departs late in the day on Day #15 (our recommendation also assumes that your flight departs late enough in the day to travel between Destination #4 and the airport on your last day in the country)
14-Night / 15-Day Costa Rica Itinerary #4:

Day #1: Arrival into Costa Rica, afternoon travel to Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #2: Full-day exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #3: Full-day exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #4: Full-day exploration of Destination #1, overnight at Destination #1
Day #5: Morning travel to Destination #2, afternoon exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #6: Full-day exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #7: Full-day exploration of Destination #2, overnight at Destination #2
Day #8: Morning travel to Destination #3, afternoon exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #9: Full-day exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #10: Full-day exploration of Destination #3, overnight at Destination #3
Day #11: Morning travel to Destination #4, afternoon exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #12: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #13: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #14: Full-day exploration of Destination #4, overnight at Destination #4
Day #15: Morning travel to the airport region, departure from Costa Rica


As a side note, if you’re wondering which specific destinations in Costa Rica you should choose (i.e., which areas should be Destination #1, Destination #2, Destination #3, and Destination #4)…

Don’t miss our related blog post:

Where To Go In Costa Rica: Determining The Best Places To Visit During Your Trip

SPENDING 15 DAYS IN COSTA RICA: WHY DOING SO MIGHT BE THE BEST OPTION FOR YOU

A 15-day vacation in Costa Rica is the trip that not everyone can afford to have

As we confirm in our related blog post Costa Rica Itinerary: 8 Days In Costa Rica, 8-day vacations to Costa Rica are the most popular. However, this is in part due to the fact that not all travellers can afford to take more than a week or so of time away from their work and/or school commitments, let alone the cost of travelling for a longer period of time. If your vacation time allotment, travel schedule, and available trip funds will allow you to vacation for approximately two weeks in Costa Rica, consider one of the 15-day Costa Rica itineraries described above. Giving yourself 15 days in Costa Rica may not be the most popular choice elected by the masses, but it is no doubt a rewarding one.

A 15-day vacation in Costa Rica offers the utmost flexibility and balance between adventure/exploration and beach/relaxation

As we note in our related blog post Costa Rica Itinerary: 12 Days In Costa Rica, a Costa Rica trip itinerary that includes visits to four destinations invites visitors to experience four completely different sides of Costa Rica. Not only can this include experiencing some of the many geographical sides of Costa Rica (including areas located along the Northern Pacific Coast, the Nicoya Peninsula, the Central Pacific Coast, the Osa Peninsula, the Northern Inlands region, the Caribbean Coast, and the Central Valley), but also various ecosystems (i.e., the tropical rainforest, the cloud forest, and the mangroves), as well as varied degrees of infrastructure (i.e., the booming metropolis of downtown San Jose, rural plantations and farmlands, and culturally-rich communities). Beyond the glimpse of Tico life that a 5-day, 8-day, 10-day, or even 12-day trip to Costa Rica can provide, a 15-day vacation to Costa Rica better lends itself to the creation of a comprehensive and diverse trip.

A 15-day vacation in Costa Rica allows for enough time to take in most of what travellers wish to do and see during their trip, including Costa Rica’s highlights and specialized tours/activities of interest

Are you asking yourself,

“Is 15 days in Costa Rica enough time?”¬†

If so, you’re asking one of the most popular questions we receive from travellers. To answer this question, you must first ask yourself what you are looking to get out of the trip. In other words, if you were to ask us whether 15 days is enough time to spend in Costa Rica, we would respond by asking, “is 15 days in Costa Rica enough time for what?” Is it enough time to experience the majority of what you likely wish to do and see in Costa Rica, including a mix of popular and less-popular activities? Just about.

To help you gain a better idea of the number of things you should plan to do with 15 days in Costa Rica (i.e., the approximate number of tour/site/attraction experiences that you should aim to have within the timeframe) please see our chart below.

Note: The estimates below are provided in wide ranges given that some activities are half-day experiences, some activities are full-day experiences, and some activities (i.e., combo tours) are full-day experiences that combine two, three, and sometimes four activities. Depending on a traveller’s tour/activity interests, either a full-day tour that provides one experience or a combo tour that provides four experiences may be selected. For this reason, the range of possible activities to fill available itinerary time is broad.

Note: The ‚Äúexperiences‚ÄĚ noted below refer to unique tours, activities, site visits, and/or attraction visits that have a defined start and end. Examples include (but are not limited to) volcano tours, hot spring visits, zipline tours, hanging bridge visits, canyoning/canyoneering/rappelling tours, waterfall visits, boat tours, wildlife refuge visits, sailing tours, tram rides, ATV tours, plantation visits, rafting tours, exhibit visits, horseback riding tours, museum visits, mountain biking tours, garden visits, national park tours, farm visits, night tours, surf lessons, nature hikes, tubing/canoeing/kayaking tours, yoga classes, and more.

How many tour/activity experiences should I plan to have during my 15 days in Costa Rica?

According to our recommended 15-day itinerary options #1 and #2 described above, a total of 11 full days of exploration time (2.5 days at Destination #1, 2.5 days at Destination #2, 2.5 days at Destination #3, and 3.5 days at Destination #4) is available. If you build a Costa Rica itinerary in line with our recommendation, aim to select no more than 26 experiences for an adventure-filled trip (i.e., 11 full-day activities, 22 half-day activities, or 22+ activities via the use of combo tours), or less for a more relaxing vacation.

According to our recommended 15-day itinerary option #3 described above, a total of 10.5 full days of exploration time (2.5 days at Destination #1, 2.5 days at Destination #2, 2.5 days at Destination #3, and 3 days at Destination #4) is available. If you build a Costa Rica itinerary in line with our recommendation, aim to select no more than 25 experiences for an adventure-filled trip (i.e., 10 full-day activities, 21 half-day activities, or 21+ activities via the use of combo tours), or less for a more relaxing vacation.

According to our recommended 15-day itinerary option #4 described above, a total of 11.5 full days of exploration time (3 days at Destination #1, 2.5 days at Destination #2, 2.5 days at Destination #3, and 3.5 days at Destination #4) is available. If you build a Costa Rica itinerary in line with our recommendation, aim to select no more than 27 experiences for an adventure-filled trip (i.e., 11 full-day activities, 23 half-day activities, or 23+ activities via the use of combo tours), or less for a more relaxing vacation.

Overall, with 15 days in Costa Rica, we recommend participating in no less than 10 tour/activity experiences and no more than 25-27 tour/activity experiences.

A 15-day vacation in Costa Rica warrants either a personal car rental or reliance on other modes of transportation; between the two, we would likely recommend the car rental

Many travellers question whether they can secure a rental car for 15 days in Costa Rica, or whether they can get by for 15 days in Costa Rica without one. The short answer to both inquires is “yes”, and in most cases we would suggest going ahead with the plan for the former. In general, the longer a traveller wishes to stay in Costa Rica, the more we recommend considering renting a car. Why? Because on average, free time on a trip itinerary increases as a vacation’s duration increases. This is likely due to the fact that during short vacations, itinerary time is primarily consumed by tour/activity/site/attraction participation and/or travel between destinations. In contrast, when longer vacations are planned, most often there is enough time for tour/activity/site/attraction participation AND trip downtime. During such downtime, having a rental car in Costa Rica can come in handy and add unforeseen (and unscheduled) value to a trip; some of our very best experiences and most surprising discoveries were encountered during random road trips in our vehicles. In addition, depending on the number of destinations a traveller plans to visit and their desired modes of transportation to and from each, travellers who plan to vacation for more than two weeks in Costa Rica may find that the least expensive transportation option overall is the rental vehicle. Since some Costa Rica car rental rates are discounted after the first week (for example, with a minimum 7-day car rental, the vehicle rental agency we discuss in our related blog post Good Car Rental Agencies Are Hard To Find. Here’s Where We Choose To Look.¬†offers every seventh rental day for free), when travellers plan to spend more than two weeks in Costa Ric, they may be able to take advantage of double rental car savings (i.e., as per the example provided above, with a minimum 14-day car rental, the seventh and fourteenth rental days are free). Of course, if and when a traveller would prefer not to rent a vehicle for the trip, a variety of other transportation service options are offered, and fortunately, the flexibility and timelines that 15-day vacations tend to allow for welcome the use of inexpensive shared shuttle services and/or convenient city-to-city transportation-inclusive tours which reduce trip costs and maximize trip experience.

Don’t miss our related blog posts:

Costa Rica Tour Transportation: How To Use Tours To Travel Between Destinations

Costa Rica Transportation: 10 Ways To Get From Point A To Point B Throughout Your Trip

Renting A Car In Costa Rica: Should You Do It?

A 15-day vacation in Costa Rica provides opportunities to reschedule missed activities due to unforeseen circumstances

Here’s something you cannot plan for throughout your trip: spontaneity. What if a member of your travel group gets sick? What if severe rain or wind causes a tour delay or cancellation? What if a national holiday, street protest, vehicle malfunction, or natural disaster (such as a mudslide) rewrites your travel plans? Unfortunately vacation arrangements cannot always accommodate such unforeseen occurrences, but the likelihood of your trip being able to do so increases with the number of days you will be in the country. Imagine having only two days to vacation in Costa Rica. When disaster strikes on Day #1, you’re left with only Day #2 to rebuild. Now imagine your trip is 8, 10, 12, 15, or 15+ days long. Although you likely would have made plans for most days, your itinerary may also hide a number of opportunities to adjust, move, and/or reschedule aspects of your trip without problem or penalty. You may just be able to squeeze some sweet lemonade out of the sour lemons you’ve been handed.

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