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The Best Time to Visit
San Jose is famous for its beautiful beaches, rainforests and mountain ranges and there is no better time to explore its natural beauty than the dry season which runs from December to April. The temperature fluctuates in the 70-80 degrees Fahrenheit range and is perfect for lazing off on a beautiful beach. However since this is the peak season, you are bound to get accommodation at costly rates, so be prepared.
San Jose Festivals & Events
Visit San Jose during the world famous Festival of Lights which happens in December every year. The festival offers everything that someone could ask for, from colorful parades, fireworks to delicious cuisines, its one amazing party.
Tips to Save on Travel to San Jose
The best way to plan an economical vacation in San Jose is by booking your airline tickets early. Book at least 30 days in advance to get cheaper deals on your airfare. Some of the famous airlines that offer exciting deals for San Jose are Jet Blue Airways, United Airlines and Air Canada. After you arrive at the airport, there are plenty of ways to reach downtown including car rental service, private taxis and public bus service.
Butterfly Farm- The Butterfly Farm is the place where you see bunches of butterflies flying from every corner. Take the two-hour guided tour of the farm and see butterflies of different hues.
Café Britt Farm- The Café Britt Farm highlights the second most important produce of Costa Rica, which is coffee. Discover how your favorite coffee is cultivated, harvested and reaches your cup freshly brewed. Take the tour and stopover at Poás Volcano, the Butterfly Farm or the Rain Forest Aerial Tram Caribbean.
Gold Museum- The Gold Museum (Museo del Oro) is a great museum that deals with the indulgence of art form with the yellow metal. It houses a whole range of indigenous gold art which are worth seeing.
Central Park- Central Park (Parque Central) is just the perfect destination to satiate you wander lust. This simple park area boasts a gazebo donated by Anastasio Somoza, a Nicaraguan dictator. A wonderful family getaway, it is swarmed by visitors from all around.