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Places To Go In Costa Rica

Arenal & the North
The spectacular Arenal Volcano standing at 1633m lies in the northern highlands of Costa Rica. The perfectly conical volcano lay dormant until July 1968, when huge explosions blew its top off and until recently it was considered the most active volcano in Central America. Although no longer...
Corcovado & Osa Peninsula
The most biologically diverse places on Earth and considered the jewel on the crown of Costa Rica's national parks; the Corcovado National Park on the country's southwest Osa Peninsula is a must see for wildlife and nature lovers alike. This wild, untamed region is home to the largest and...
Guanacaste, Nicoya & Pacific Coast Beaches
Known for its pristine beaches, Costa Rica’s North Pacific coast is almost entirely made up of the provinces of Guanacaste and the Nicoya Peninsula. Here palm fringed beaches, unparalleled Pacific coast sunsets and exceptional surf reign. The weather is typically less humid here than...
Manuel Antonio & Central Pacific
Manuel Antonio, on Costa Rica's Pacific Coast, is home to one of Costa Rica's most visited national parks. Made up of wild, beautiful beaches backed by dense rainforest, the park can easily be explored via a well marked trail system. Although the smallest of Costa Rica's national parks,...
Monteverde & the Cloudforests
Monteverde Cloud Forest is a bewitching, magical place with emerald green foliage surrounded by whirling mists, perched on the edge of the Tilaran Mountains. This primary forest is made up of 26,000 acres, 8 different biological zones and is home to a vast array of birdlife, plantlife and animals,...
San Jose, Central Valley & Central Highlands
San Jose, Costa Rica's largest city and cultural capital, today it is a sprawling metropolis. Sitting in the Central Valley region, the city offers a range of comfortable hotels and provides a good base to explore nearby volcanoes, coffee plantations, national parks and rainforests. Surrounded...
Savegre Valley
With more than 900 different species of birds, spread over 27% of protected land, Costa Rica is truly a birdwatchers paradise. Visit the cloud forest area of The Savegre Valley (also known, Los Quetzales National Park or San Gerardo de Dota) for its crisp mountain air and great opportunities to...
Tortuguero & Caribbean Coast
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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