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Relax this Fall in Central America



COSTA RICA

Get ready to experience something truly unique in Costa Rica during the celebrations of Independence Day on September 15th! This vibrant Central American country dresses up in festivity and color to commemorate its independence, and travelers from the United States are invited to immerse themselves in this cultural experience and get up close to the infectious joy that fills every corner.


From parades bursting with color and music to traditional performances, the streets of Costa Rica become a stage of celebration. Travelers will have the chance to taste the delicious local cuisine, such as "gallo pinto," "casado," and the irresistible empanadas, which delight taste buds and reveal the richness of Costa Rican culture. Additionally, visitors can enjoy folk dances, live music, and an atmosphere of camaraderie that reflects the spirit of unity in the country.


In San Jose, the bustling capital of Costa Rica, and in the enchanting region of Guanacaste, the Independence Day celebrations come alive in a special way. Travelers from the United States can join in the excitement of vibrant parades on the streets of San Jose, where music, dance, and contagious joy create a festive atmosphere, the hotels in the city like Courtyard by Marriott Escazu, AC by Marriott Escazu and Costa Rica Marriott Hacienda Belen will have special activities to join this national celebration with food and music. In Guanacaste, tradition takes on an even more charming aspect with the traditional Lantern Parade, where lights dance in the darkness of the night, creating a magical spectacle that pays homage to the country's history of independence, Westin Reserva Conchal and W Costa Rica will celebrate with their own version of this representative parade, typical dance and the traditional masquerade, handmade suites of giant heads that represents the different characters of the Costa Rican folklore. Whether exploring the lively streets of San Jose or immersing themselves in the authentic ambiance of Guanacaste, travelers can enjoy a unique and enriching experience that brings them closer to the very essence of Costa Rica. Get ready to celebrate in style and be part of these Independence Day festivities brimming with tradition and excitement!



PANAMA

Get ready to immerse yourself in the vibrant celebrations of Panama's Month of the Motherland, which takes place during November! This captivating country comes alive with a symphony of colors and festivities, inviting travelers from the United States to be part of its rich cultural tapestry during this special month.


From the bustling streets of Panama City to the charming beach towns throughout the country, Panama's Month of the Motherland is a time of jubilation and unity. Travelers can dive into the heart of the celebrations, where traditional parades, music performances, and local dances fill the air with energy. Beyond the joyful festivities, visitors can savor the unique flavors of Panamanian cuisine, including the fusion cuisine of the cultural melting pot that the country has, offering a glimpse into the country's history and culture with every bite. As the nation commemorates its independence, there's an undeniable sense of pride that fills the atmosphere, and travelers are welcomed to join in the celebration and create memories that will last a lifetime.


In Panama City, the streets come alive with magnificent parades, where troupes and traditional costumes fill the view with a spectacle of color and tradition. Live music resonates in the plazas, creating a festive ambiance that invites everyone to join in the fun. Moreover, cultural events, exhibitions, and artistic performances enrich the visitors' experience. Hotels like JW Marriott Panama, W Panama and The Santa María Luxury Collection will pay tribute to the celebrations with culinary demonstrations, activities and packages to indulge and enjoy the city, each hotel is a piece of the culture of Panama that you can see in the details of their design and architecture. From the iconic Casco Viejo to the modern avenues, Panama City turns into a stage of joy and celebration during the Month of the Motherland. Don't miss the opportunity to be part of these festivities and immerse yourself in the cultural richness that defines Panama's national celebration in November!

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