There’s More Time to Explore at Dreams Las Mareas!

Greetings to all vacation goers of Dreams® Las Mareas Costa Rica! In celebration of #BeachThursday, we’re excited to announce that there’s more time to take advantage of our Free to Explore package!

Read on to learn about this complimentary excursion going on now!

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It’s Free to Explore at Dreams Las Mareas Costa Rica!

Experience a complimentary excursion when you book any room category for seven nights or more! Book your stay by July 15, 2017, for travel May 1 to November 30, 2017. Choose from one of the below tours to let out your adventure side while on your stay in paradise!

Mega Combo Tour

This full day excursion to the Rincon de la Vieja volcano includes a canopy tour, 1,300 foot water slide in the rainforest, hot springs and more!

Nicaragua Tour

Explore Granada in the neighboring country of Nicaragua. Tour the colonial, picturesque city – the oldest European settlement in the Americas – and visit the natural wonders of the country, including lakes and volcanoes.

What are you waiting for? Explore with us at Dreams Las Mareas! Plus take a look at our other special offers!

Dreams Las Mareas Costa Rica is a vibrant beach getaway for couples, families and singles to enjoy an escape in a privileged location. Located on an expansive palm-studded beach and surrounded by lush green mountains & jungles on Playa El Jobo in the Guanacaste region of Costa Rica, guests of all ages enjoy an action–packed vacation featuring watersports, land activities, and swimming pools while sunbathing or laying under a thatched palapa. We are raising the bar on all-inclusive and you can continue the fun into the evenings with live nightly entertainment, outdoor bars and lounges, and so much more. Go far beyond the all-inclusive experience with Unlimited-Luxury®, where nearly everything is included.

4 thoughts on “There’s More Time to Explore at Dreams Las Mareas!

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  1. What’s the weather going to be like for the Fourth of July? Will the rain disrupt any of the tours/excursions??

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