Favourite breakfasts from around the globe...

We’re busy writing departure documents this weekend for clients leaving on their August summer holidays. And surprise, surprise…the ‘What to eat & where to eat it’ section is taking up a lot of our time, love and attention.

Our clients travelling to Costa Rica later this month are in for a real foodie treat. Gallo Pinto, meaning spotted rooster, is one of the most common breakfast dishes in Costa Rica. It is a blend of rice, beans, onions, pepper, coriander, and sweet plaintains. Topped with a fried egg & cheese, add salsa lizano or lime. We’d be washing this down with a Naturales - a local term referring to the fruit & vegetable juice found on sale on most street corners & roadsides across the country, often sold by local farmers. Our faves are mango, pineapple & lychee.

Tell us, where’s your favourite place in the world for their local breakfast?

Gallo Pinto

Gallo Pinto



 

Zip wires & Tarzan swings...

Booking ahead now for Easter 2020 makes a lot of sense. And we're thrilled that so many of our clients are doing exactly that.

Flights have just been released so fares are very competitively priced and you'll have the best choice of accommodation to choose from.

This family Costa Rica itinerary has given us itchy feet (again)...pristine beaches, waterfall and rainforest hikes, zip wires & Tarzan swings, world-class diving and snorkelling, and wildlife that will blow your mind. These photos are taken at the Four Seasons Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo...unquestionably the best place to finish off this Central American adventure.