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Women-focused trips are new for 2024 starting with this coast-to-coast hike in Costa Rica.

I’m excited to create a space where you can build confidence, conquer challenges, and celebrate victories with like-minded women who share your passion for adventure and the outdoors.

I would love to hear from you!

If you would like to get on the waitlist for this and other women’s hiking trips use the contact form opposite or message me at hello@veganadventureholidays.com  –  I’m also interested to know what kind of women’s trips you would be interested in joining in 2024, let’s create amazing trips together!

Adventure awaits – #WomenWhoHike 


✔️ Hike 280 km across one of the most scenic and biodiverse countries on the planet 

✔️ Experience virgin rainforests, high cloud forests and mountain trails teeming with wildlife

✔️ Join a women-only trip where you can build confidence, conquer challenges, and celebrate victories together

✔️ Help to support and develop rural tourism in Costa Rica

✔️ If you’re looking for more than sun and sand-style tourism and are ready for a challenge, this 280km coast-to-coast hike is for you! 



✔️ Intermediate and experienced female hikers looking for a challenge 

✔️ Female hikers looking to experience their first long-distance hike 

✔️ Single female travellers welcome

✔️ Multi passionate female adventurers 




Day 1: Arrive San Jose  International airport & Transfer To Barra de Pacure

This afternoon we’ll have a private transfer to our rustic lodge in the jungles of the Caribbean! A 4.5-hour drive from San Jose will take us to Goshen Pier followed by a 35-minute boat ride to Barra de Pacure. This evening we’ll have dinner and a briefing for the upcoming day’s hike and an early night to prepare for the adventures ahead!


Day 2: Pacure Reserve – Cimarrones

Hiking: 31km | Ascent: 134m Descent: 63m

Highlights: Pacure reserve

We start our day with a short 5-minute boat ride to the Pacure reserve to touch the waters of the Caribbean Sea before hiking 7 km through the reserve, on the other side a boat will be waiting to take us to Goshen to continue the hike another 25 km to Cimarrones where there will be a transfer to our lodge.


Day 3: Cimarrones – Las Brisas – Tsinikicha

Hiking: 17 km | Ascent: 743m Descent: 210m
Highlights: Hiking through NaiRi AwaRi indigenous territory

A quick transfer will get us to the starting point for this morning’s hike, some of today’s hike will take us through the NaiRi AwaRi indigenous territory and toward Barbilla National Park ending at Tsinikicha.

 Day 4: Tsinikicha – Tsiobata – Linda Vista – Tres Equis

Hiking: 24 km | Ascent: 134m Descent: 63m
Highlights: Nairi AwaRi indigenous lands

Today we’ll have the privilege of hiking through the Nairi AwaRi indigenous lands, we’ll be accompanied by a local indigenous ‘bosquero’ having lunch is Tsiobata village and crossing some rivers, let’s hike!

Day 5: Tres Equis – Pacayitas – La Suiza

Hiking: 27 km | Ascent: 505m Descent: 247m
Highlights: Turrialba volcano / Angostura dam

Today we’ll be walking through small villages connected by gravel roads, there will be some steep ascents and descents and a good view of the Angostura dam before finishing the day in Plaza de Canada and taking a shuttle to the lodge.

Day 6: La Suiza – Canada – Pejibaye – El Copal

Hiking: 23 km | Ascent: 313m Descent: 180m
Highlights: El Copal preserve

Today we’ll be hiking across what’s known as the old sugar cane trail which passes through the small community of Atiro where farmers used to bring their sugar cane to be processed. Later we’ll reach the beautiful El Copal reserve which preserves a 177-hectare area of humid and diverse tropical forests close to the Macizo de La Muerte National Park.

Day 7: El Copal – Muñeco Navarro

Hiking: 32 km | Ascent: 986m Descent: 463m
Highlights: Tapanti National Park

The route today offers beautiful views of the Copal Reserve on one side and the Tapanti National Park in the other, later we’ll be passing through the Orosi Valley where we should get a good view of the Orosi river before having lunch in Purisil and finishing the day in Muñeco.

Day 8: Navarro – El Empalme

Hiking: 25 km | Ascent: 590m Descent: 199m
Highlights: Palo Verde cloud forest

Our day starts with a wonderful few hours hiking through Palo Verde cloud forest before crossing the reserve and reaching El Empalme which is the highest point on our hike. Some steep ascents take us through the town of La Luchita and our day finishes in Cerritos Alto.

Day 9 : El Empalme – Napoles

Hiking: 28 km | Ascent: 310m Descent: 949m
Highlights: Coffee plantations views

Today we’ll hike through the beautiful area of Los Santos to reach San Pablo de Leon Cortes where you’ll get your first glimpse of the coffee plantations on the side of the mountains. Some steep ascents will reward us with good views of the surrounding valleys and mountains around Cerro de la Muerte before finishing the day in Napoles.

Day 10: Napoles – Naranjillo – Esquipulas

Hiking: 31 km | Ascent: 72m Descent: 765m
Highlights: Esquipulas bird paradise

Today we start descending toward the Pacific, our final destination! Starting our hike early in the morning we’ll head from Napoles towards Naranjillo where we’ll stop for lunch and enjoy the views before continuing on to Esquipulas, our endpoint for the day.

Day 11: Esquipulas – Quepos

Hiking: 22 km | Ascent: 126m Descent: 306m
Highlights: Reaching the Pacific!

Our last hiking day will take us through the towns of Naranjito and Gallega before a triumphant entrance into Quepos where you’ll touch the Pacific Ocean! A well-deserved lunch and comfortable hotel await just 100 meters from the end point of the Camino.

Day 12: Quepos – San Jose

Time to leave and head home after an amazing 12 days but this is not the end of your journey, maybe you’ll join a volcano hike in Guatemala next!





  • 10 Nights Rural Hotel/Lodge Accommodation
  • 1 Night Camping and all Camping Equipment
  • Group Airport Transfers 
  • Full Board 100% Vegan Meals
  • Vegan Adventure Holidays Trip Leader
  • Expert English Speaking Local Guides
  • Permits & Entry Fees
  • Pre-trip suggested training plan



  • International airfares
  • Personal travel insurance (required to join the trip)
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips for local guides



Day 1: Jungle lodge group share cabin

Day 2: Rural hotel group share

Day 3: Camping twin share tents

Day 4: Rural hotel group share

Day 5: Rural hotel group share

Day 6: Rural hotel group share

Day 7: Rural hotel group share

Day 8: Rural hotel group share

Day 9: Rural hotel group share

Day 10: Rural hotel group share

Day 11: Hotel twin share

Please note, if on a mixed trip women and men will be in separate group share cabins



✔️ The airport is Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO) and the pickup time will be 2 pm, if you cannot find a flight arriving before this time it’s advised to arrive one day before the trip begins

✔️ There will be a group transfer from Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO) airport to the Caribbean on day 1 and returning from Quepos on day 12, the earliest we will arrive at the airport is 11 am so it’s advised to make sure your departure is from 2 pm onwards

✔️ There are direct flights into Juan Santamaria International Airport (SJO) from the USA and Canada, and Europe 



The Following List Can Be Used As A General Guide


  • Soft-shelled bag or rucksack (this will be transported, you will not have to carry your main bag)
  • Daypack – 25+ litres should be adequate for daily use during the hike
  • Daypack rain cover


  • Quick drying t-shirts & long sleeve tops
  • Quick drying shorts & hiking trousers trousers
  • One warmer/thermal base layer for higher altitudes
  • A decent mid-layer, such as a fleece or a synthetic down jacket for early mornings and evenings at higher altitudes
  • A lightweight rain jacket & and waterproof trousers
  • Clothes to sleep in
  • Swimming gear
  • Buff or bandana
  • Sun hat
  • Quick drying socks & underwear


  • Hiking shoes or boots  – these must be worn in and not new!
  • Outdoor/hiking sandals that can be used for water crossings such as Tevas


  • Hiking poles
  • Headlamp & and spare batteries
  • Travel pillow
  • Earplugs & eyemask
  • Quick-drying/camp towel
  • Any personal medicine that you might need
  • General toiletries/hygiene products
  • Insect repellant
  • Sunscreen
  • Polarised sunglasses
  • Water bladder/bottles
  • Water filter 
  • Universal travel adapter
  • Power bank or solar charger
  • Personal first-aid kit (inc. blister treatment)
  • Personal items (biodegradable toiletries, sanitary wear etc)
  • Antibacterial hand-gel


  • Hiking Gators that cover your calf up to your knee and your foot – these help hike across stony or dusty ground and also suggested as snake deterrents during our jungle hikes but are not obligatory
  • Kula cloth – This is an antimicrobial pee cloth for women that saves carrying toilet paper and reduces waste
  • Dry bag to keep items inside days bags dry whilst hiking
  • Electrolyte sachets to add to water
  • Energy gels
  • A waist pack – not obligatory but great for keeping items such as phones, cameras snacks easily accessible



What is the price of this trip?

The cost of this trip is US$2400 per person on a shared accommodation basis. 

Can I book a private room for this trip?

There’s no private availability on this trip due to being in very remote areas with limited accommodation options but believe me when I say, after you’ve hiked for 30km through the jungle and over mountain ranges, you won’t care where you sleep!

Do I have to carry my backpack on the hike?

No! All you have to carry is a day bag, you main luggage will be transported each day.

How fit do I need to be to do this trip?

A reasonable base level of fitness is required (comfortably being able to hike 10 miles for example) but you will get a suggested training plan when you book the trip so providing you have around 3 months of training time pre-hike and a I’m-going-to-give-it-my-best-shot attitude you’re good to go 🙂

What will the weather be like?

Changeable, you’ll need to be ready to experience heat and humidity in the jungle and low-land regions and possible rain and cooler climates at a higher elevations. Bring on the elements!

I’m a single traveller is that okay?

Absolutely! Around 60% of Vegan Adventure Holidays guests are single travellers, everybody is welcome.

Do I have to have travel insurance to join the trip?

Yes! It’s recommended to get a policy that covers trip and flight cancellations and should include adequate protection for overseas medical treatment, and evacuation/repatriation. Safetywing and World Nomad have good policies.

How much should I tip?

Tips for the local guide are not included in the trip cost. These are entirely at your discretion but there is an expectation to tip for good service. I suggest between US$5-10 per person per day.

What is the trip cancellation policy?

1: Your deposit is fully refundable up to 30 days after you book.
2: Final payment is due 90 days before your trip start date.
3: If you have to cancel your reservation, you will have the option to save the remainder of your credits to use toward another trip in the future, the cancellation fee will be determined according to the terms outlined in the terms and conditions policy.

Please understand that Vegan Adventure Holidays reserves the right to change these policies without prior notice due to an ever-changing landscape within the tourism industry at present.

I’ve got a question that isn’t answered here, who shall I contact?

Email Emma at hello@veganadventureholidays and I’ll answer your questions and queries personally.