Who are we?
We believe we can create a better city through sustainable tourism. We’re young travellers that got tired of hearing that San José is not a city worth visiting. This is our city and we want to share with other travelers why we love it here. We believe the world can love Chepe (slang for San Jose) the way they love Costa Rica.
Seize San Jose, Carpe Chepe
Explore San Jose!
Markets are awesome! But they’re better with a local friend
Craft Beer Tour
Costa Rica’s first craft beer tour, walking through San Jose and learning about its history and craft beer scene!
Pub Crawl Costa Rica
Costa Rica’s first Pub Crawl! Enjoy the best party tour, hang out with locals and experience San Jose’s nightlife with us!
Gourmet Coffee Tour
Did you know most of San José was a coffee plantation once? Let us share with you the history of this delicious beverage for our economy.
San José is full of interesting stories and a rich history, you just need a good storyteller to unveil its charms for you. On this tour we will walk through the major historical landmarks and the modern cool spots as well to share how locals enjoy their city.
Free Walking Tour
Hang out with locals and enjoy a free walking tour in San José. This is a great way to get to know more about Costa Rica’s capital, its history, iconic places and the “ticos” culture. Join our free walking tour through San Jose city, Monday to Friday in front of National Theatre.
If you have a group and want to customize your experience, you mix and match all of our services and more. Blend in a fun and exciting way a city tour with the best guides in town, with gourmet coffee tastings, craft beer tours, include lunch or dinner, transportation, live shows and other activities for your guests. The best of all: define your own times and budget.
“ Walked the streets of San Jose the day prior on my own and saw a little of the neighborhood. The next day I decided to take the tour. Ama was our guide. He was awesome!! For nearly 3 hours in English and Spanish he took us all over San Jose to areas I hadn’t been. I found the Central market and he introduced me to a cute little coffee shop. Thank you Ama for a wonderful tour. If I had more time I definitely would have booked something else with this company.
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