Costa Rica,
The epitome of nature

Costa Rica is a small haven of tranquility bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea. Costa Rica is rich in flora and fauna, which gathers an astonishing 6% of the planet’s biodiversity. The country is small, but boasts an incredible array of landscapes and ecosystems. With active and dormant volcanoes, lush jungle, crystal clear rivers and waterfalls, clean air, spectacular seabeds and fauna, Costa Rica is a prime ecotourism destination.

Costa Rica
  • Arenal


    The Arenal Volcano is in Costa Rica’s lush interior northern lowlands. In a country known for its rainforest and natural beauty, the Arenal Volcano stands out for its breathtaking scenery and endless activities. The cone shaped volcano attracts visitors not only for the picture-perfect photo but for the flora, fauna and hot springs. The Arenal Volcano area is a paradise for naturalists and adventurers alike. Animals inhabiting the area include monkeys, sloths, deer, tapir, jaguars, coatis and snakes. Plant life is abundant and orchids, heliconias, ferns, laurel, palms, bromeliads and strangler figs can be seen while hiking. The rugged terrain, rivers, and lake provide the stage for countless activities. Tours can be arranged so visitors can explore nature, experience the local culture, test their physical limits, or feel the rush of adrenaline. The Arenal Volcano is a great place to explore the beauty of Costa Rica’s forests on foot, bike, or horse. For those who enjoy water sports, there are plenty of activities to choose from.

  • San Jose

    San Jose
    Cultural, economic and political center

    San Jose, the capital city of Costa Rica, is located in the Central Valley. Home to the economic, cultural and political centers of Costa Rica, it is also the most populated region in the country. This valley has more than a third of the country’s entire population living in the area, which covers Alajuela, Heredia, San Jose, and Cartago. The Central Valley is the most culturally exciting area in Costa Rica, with museums, art galleries, theaters as well as colonial structures spread evenly across the city. In addition to harboring the only completely urban spaces in the country, it is also surrounded by natural beauties such as the volcanoes of Poas, Irazu, Turrialba, and Barva. They all have adjacent parks, reserves, or other cultural or adventure experiences.

  • Manuel Antonio

    Manuel Antonio
    Wildlife wonderland

    Manuel Antonio is the Central Pacific’s go-to destination for all things outdoors: nature hikes, snorkeling, wildlife watching, extreme adventures, and many more tours and activities. Manuel Antonio National Park is idyllic and postcard-perfect with emerald rainforests that spill onto fine sands that wash into turquoise ocean. Manuel Antonio is known for its spectacular natural beauty and Manuel Antonio National Park consistently ranks as one of the country’s most visited. Manuel Antonio is also one of Costa Rica’s hottest and friendliest destinations for LGBT travelers. Hotels, restaurants and points off interest blaze a trail from the Pacific Ocean four miles north to downtown Quepos. As the winding road climbs to nearly 100 feet above sea level, find many upscale hotels and restaurants with spectacular, panoramic ocean views. Gorgeous scenery is Manuel Antonio’s main claim to fame. The area’s spectacular beaches–and there are more than half a dozen of them–hug the serpentine coastline, creating quiet nooks and natural swimming pools.

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