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Costa Rica

Visit Costa Rica, a nature-lover’s heaven. Costa Rica is known for its bio-diversity of long stretches of coastline, dense rainforest reserves, and unique could forests. Explore incredible nature, wander through the city of San José, and meet friendly locals, all in a welcoming, relaxed environment.


  • Explore the Monteverde Cloud Forest. Located in San José, this nature reserve is known for its cloud forest, which is home to numerous species of mammals, amphibians, and birds. Top off the day with a canopy zip line experience.

  • Tour the Arenal Volcano National Park, one of the country’s most active volcanoes. Hike through the rainforest across hanging brides to La Fortuna waterfall, go whitewater rafting, or explore the park on horseback.

  • Take a guided boat tour of Tortuguero National Park to discover forest, mangroves, and tropical beaches via meandering waterways draped with luscious greenery. This is also one of the best places to spot leatherback and green sea turtles.

  • Visit Monteverde, one of Costa Rica’s many wonders made of three could forest reserves; Children’s Eternal Rain Forest, Monteverde, and Santa Elena. Unique flora and fauna thrive in this ecosystem, which is home to countless species of mammals, birds, and orchids.

  • Spend time in Costa Rica’s capital of San José to see historic sites such as the cathedral, the national theatre, and the Museo Nacional. After a day of touring the city, fill your night with live music and traditional cuisine.

  • Chill out in Puerto Viejo, a hip Rasta town along Costa Rica’s coast with a relaxed atmosphere of live music, supreme surfing spots, fresh food, and quenching cocktails.

Good to know

  • Costa Rica’s weather varies wildly depending on which side of the country you’re visiting

  • Clean tap water can be found throughout Costa Rica 

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