Costa Rica provides the perfect combination of relaxation, adventure, culture, fine cuisine and wildlife. Costa Rica offers dreamlike landscapes, kind people willing to share their culture, and a safe country to experience natural wonders. As the land of volcanoes, rainforests and cloud forests, huge waterfalls, and mighty rivers, Costa Rica provides guests with plenty activities to go rafting, windsurfing, diving, kayaking, recreational fishing, and surfing.
The active Arenal volcano and the
crystal-clear Lake Arenal make Arenal a magical vacation destination. Many Arenal hotels offer a perfectly safe view of the volcano and its brilliant red flow of lava. Arenal’s perfectly symmetrical shape makes it a sightseer’s dream, while its abundance of outdoor activities makes it an easy place to check things off your “must-do in Costa Rica” list.
Guanacaste is the land of everlasting summer and home to some of the world’s most beautiful beaches. With crystal-blue waters and silky smooth sand, Guanacaste attracts tourists from all over the world for enjoying water sports such as surfing, world-class sport fishing, snorkeling and scuba diving. Tropical and mountainous forests overflow with lush vegetation and exotic wildlife.
The Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve is an exquisite haven of lush vegetation and exotic wildlife located along the Continental Divide in western Costa Rica. Hike through the majestic forests of towering trees while gazing at crystal-clear streams and flowing waterfalls. The preserve gets its name from the clouds that continually drift in and linger among the slopes, providing constant moisture that helps nourish the beautiful foliage.
Puntarenas is located in the central Pacific region of Costa Rica. There are several beaches along the coast of the province that are great for surfing. Osa Peninsula, the second largest peninsula in Costa Rica, is located in the southern part of Puntarenas–-it is full of wildlife and offers a variety of water activities. It is also home to Corcovado National Park, one of the largest rain forests along the Pacific coast of Central America. Visitors looking for a bit of serenity can visit Tambor, a horseshoe bay surrounded by rolling, green hills.
A visit to San Jose will reveal an animated, energetic city that is home to great shopping malls, restaurants, and several museums, such as the Gold Museum and the Jade Museum. Visitors can enjoy white-water rafting, horseback riding, mountain biking and hiking on day trips from the city.
There are also day tours to coffee plantations and a butterfly farm.