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All inclusive holiday in exotic Costa Rica, £696 pp (flights & 7-night stay)

All inclusive holiday in exotic Costa Rica for only £696 per person, flights from London & 7-nights stay in 5 star resort Riu Guanacaste.

Cheap flights from Italy, Milan to Maldives with Turkish Airlines. Prices starts from €466 per person round trip.



With a secluded beachfront setting, well-appointed rooms and a great choice of restaurants, this hotel bears all the hallmarks of the prestigious RIU chain.

Pulled right up against the ocean and backed by gentle green mountains, this high-end All Inclusive hotel is in a wonderfully secluded spot. Fitting for Costa Rica, the hotel has an elegant Spanish colonial look and feel – right down to stone plazas, fountains and archways.

The Riu Guanacaste is perfect if you just want to decamp to the beach each day. But if you do want to get out and about, Coco Beach – the nearest resort – is about a 20-minute cab-ride away.

While you’re away, you can speak to us anytime – we’re available 24/7 via the TUI App, phone, SMS and email. The easy-to-use TUI App is also packed with info and tips. It sends you important updates, like your airport transfer times, too.


Costa Rica is the most-visited nation in the Central American region,[88] with 2.9 million foreign visitors in 2016, up 10% from 2015.[89] In 2015, the tourism sector was responsible for 5.8% of the country’s GDP, or $3.4 billion.[90] In 2016, the highest number of tourists came from the United States, with 1,000,000 visitors, followed by Europe with 434,884 arrivals.[91] According to Costa Rica Vacations, once tourists arrive in the country, 22% go to Tamarindo, 18% go to Arenal, 17% pass through Liberia (where the Daniel Oduber Quirós International Airport is located), 16% go to San José, the country’s capital (passing through Juan Santamaría International Airport), while 18% choose Manuel Antonio and 7% Monteverde.[92]

By 2004, tourism was generating more revenue and foreign exchange than bananas and coffee combined.[80][93] In 2016, the World Travel & Tourism Council’s estimates indicated a direct contribution to the GDP of 5.1% and 110,000 direct jobs in Costa Rica; the total number of jobs indirectly supported by tourism was 271,000.

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