Caribbean: Cahuita, Tortuguero and Barra Del Colorado

The Caribbean coast is synonymous of carnival and joy. It’s main city, Limón, is rich in history and tradition. Home to large banana plantations, Limón was established as the main port

Central Valley

Central Valley: Heredia: INBio Park and Barva Volcano

A picturesque province, Heredia is usually called “the flower’s city” and it’s home to some of Costa Rica’s unique colonial architecture and older houses. The province’s lands are agriculturally rich

Central Valley

Central Valley: Cartago’s National Monument, Volcano, Valley and National Park

Cartago was founded in 1563 by Juan Vásquez de Coronado, who was the first to establish its limits, and colonial architecture can still be spotted in Costa Rica ‘s first

Central Valley

Central Valley: Alajuela: Turu Ba-Ri, La Paz Waterfall Gardens, Poás Volcano

The city of Alajuela is home to the Juan Santamaría International Airport, which was Costa Rica’s sole airport until the opening of the Liberia Airport to international flights. The airport

Central Valley

Central Valley: Downtown San Jose

The city’s Central Avenue features a convenient boulevard full of stores and restaurants. San José does offer the amenities of a big city, yet the proximity of places makes it

Northern Region

Northern Region: Monteverde, Maleku Reserve and Caño Negro

Mist covers the town and the forest while tiny droplets of water merge with the sun’s rays to form magnificent rainbows set in the backdrop of the sky … The

Northern Region

Northern Region: La Fortuna, Arenal Volcano, Río Celeste and Venado Caves

Visitors will be fortunate to find themselves in one of the most amazing regions in the country, with cloud forests, active and dormant volcanoes, hot springs, waterways, wildlife refuges, caves,

South Pacific

South Pacific: Chirripó: 12,533 Feet Above Sea Level

At 12,533 feet above sea level, sunshine breaks through the clouds to reveal the Central Valley and Pacific Ocean lying in the distance below … Changing directions, mountains and the

South Pacific

South Pacific: Marino Ballena National Park, Golfito and the Osa Peninsula

It easy to be seduced by Costa Rica’s enchanting southern region, from the rocky mountains of Chirripó to the lonely shells scattered on the Pacific’s fine sand beaches, this is

Central Pacific

Central Pacific: Manuel Antonio and Quepos

On the edge of the Central Pacific coast, Manuel Antonio features astounding beaches, mangrove swamps, clear water lagoons and littoral woodlands. The gateway to Manuel Antonio is the town of Quepos.

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