Memorial Day Weekend-May 23 to 27


Welcome to the 12th international Ultimate Tournament in Costa Rica in 2019. After eleven very successful tournaments, we are looking forward to another year hosting the Volcanic Tournament.

Details about the tournament can be found on the tabs to your left. You can also contact Carlos (tournament director) with questions at volcanictournament@gmail.com
Please put "CR Tournament" in the subject line of your e-mail

Come and join us for five days and four nights of the best Ultimate fun in the tropical rain forest of Costa Rica, over Memorial Day weekend from Thursday May 23 to Monday May 27, 2019. The tournament takes place on the well-groomed fields of the Tilajari Resort.

The Tilajari Resort is located 30 minutes away from the impressive Arenal Volcano, one of the most active volcanoes in the world. After arriving at San Jose's international airport (SJO)(YOU MUST ARRIVE BEFORE 6 PM on Thurday May 23), we will depart to the Tilajari Resort.

Players arriving on Wednesday are encourage to stay at Relax Hostel in San Jose, where we will start the pre-tournament party on Wednesday.

Owned by a fellow Ultimate player,the Relax Hostel is the ideal place to hang out and explore downtown San Jose. On Thursday May 23 we will depart from San Jose and head to the Arenal Volcano area and the Tilajari Resort. Then comes three days of great Ultimate at the Tilajari Resort.

Included in the $425 tournament fee are: Four nights of hotel accommodations, airport transfer, one full day visit to the Arenal Volcano, a guided hike in the tropical rain forest, tournament jersey, tournament disc, tournament party, breakfasts, and all transportation during the tournament. Fruits and water will be provided at the fields throughout the tournament. Lunches and dinner are not included. The average lunch costs about $12 at the tournament resort.

Space is limited to 140 players (70 players from Latin America and 70 players from the US and the rest of the world).

To see the schedule of tournament events for 2019 go to here.


AS OF May 29

0 140 SPOTS LEFT! It will fill up, as it always does.

To watch pictures of past events visit our facebook group Facebook

History of Frisbee in
Costa Rica

In 1990, the Miami Ultimate player Garrett Crosbie moved to Costa Rica to work as a teacher in a local private high school. Garrett started an informal practice with some of the high school students, later the practice moved to the soccer fields at one of the main universities in San Jose
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