Costa Rica’s Hideaway

Summary

Arenal Volcano

Arenal, one of the world's most active volcanoes, stands more than 5,000 feet high. View on your own or a variety of tours depart from Fortuna to the Arenal Observatory Lodge.

Nicoya Peninsula

The Nicoya Peninsula's sparkling 80-mile shoreline boasts beach-centric towns with cream-colored shores and dense forests.

Guanacaste

Costa Rica's "Gold Coast" is one of the nation's most unique destinations and that's not just because of its secluded beaches. The region's dry, sunny savannas contrast the misty cloud-covered rain-forests found in other parts of the country.

Corcovado National Park

Travelers come to this nearly 11,000-acre misty rainforest for its diverse wildlife. Trek along the hazy trails and you’re likely to spot macaws, tapirs, jaguars, spiders or howler monkeys.

Manuel Antonio National Park

Enjoy the remote white-sand beaches in the southeastern tip of the park where visitors can relax under palm trees.

La Paz Waterfall Gardens

La Paz is located along the northeastern edge of Volcán Poás in Costa Rica's Northern Plains. The La Paz Waterfall Gardens offers five flowing waterfalls to its colorful orchids and sea of leafy green canopies and a rain-forest full of wildlife activity.

Description

Costa Rica's offer visitors a wide range of activities and accommodations that have captivated them by the unique natural landscape and habitat. Costa Rica is bestowed with an intense array of biodiversity and environmental attractions - majestic volcanoes, misty cloud forests, stunning river valleys, and hundreds of beaches along the Pacific and Caribbean coasts. With over 500,000 plant and animal species, Costa Rica is one of the world's most biologically dense countries.

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