Places To Go In Costa Rica

Arenal National Park
The spectacular Arenal Volcano lies in the northern highlands of Costa Rica only a few hours drive from San Jose and a short distance across Lake Arenal to Monteverde Cloudforest. As well as offering wonderful views of this active mountain, the area of La Fortuna around the volcano also offers some...
Birding areas
Costa Rica is a small country with a diverse range of habitats and truly a birdwatchers paradise. There are more than 900 different species spread over 27% of protected land.  Our collection of birding lodges dotted throughout the country provide a comfortable base to explore and learn about...
Corcovado and Osa Peninsular
The remote primary rainforest of the Osa Peninsula in the far Southern Pacific coast holds the greatest variety of plants and animals of any protected area in Costa Rica. It is ideal for the more adventurous traveller with a real interest in wildlife and includes the wonderful pristine rainforest...
Manuel Antonio National Park
The area of Manuel Antonio, on Costa Rica's Pacific Coast, is home to one of Costa Rica's most popular and scenic national parks. It has beautiful white sand beaches backed by dense lush rainforest, a well marked trail system and prolific wildlife, such as toucans and several...
Monteverde Cloudforest
Monteverde Cloud Forest in Costa Rica is a bewitching, magical place with emerald green foliage surrounded by whirling mists, perched on the edge of the Tilaran Mountains and home to abundant wildlife. The reserve here is mainly primary cloud forest and spends much of the year surrounded by...
Northern Guanacaste
The Northern Guanacaste region is one of Costa Rica’s most fascinating places to explore. With four volcanoes including Rincon de la Vieja, from which the park takes its name, Orosi, Santa Maria and Miravalles within close proximity to each other, this region is surrounded by dense lush...
Pacific Coast Beaches
Well known for its pristine beaches, Costa Rica’s North Pacific coast is almost entirely in the province of Guanacaste. Here palm trees fringe the beaches and the weather is typically less humid than elsewhere in the country. There are some extremely stylish places to stay here such as the...
San Jose
San Jose is the lively capital city and main gateway to Costa Rica. Start a tour of San Jose by visiting cultural landmarks such as the national theatre and its many interesting museums. The city is also the ideal base for exploring the picturesque surrounding towns and activities such as white...
The Central Valley
Mountains and volcanoes enclose the Central Valley of Costa Rica in a geographical cradle to form the country’s cultural and geographical base. You’ll find that the climate in the city and surrounding Central Valley is milder and less humid than on the country's coasts due to its...
Tortuguero National Park
Tortuguero National Park, on Costa Rica's Caribbean Coast is one of the most important nesting sites in the world for the green sea turtle, which finds its way onto the brown-sand beaches every year. Its territories protect not only the turtle-nesting beach, but also the surrounding...
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