With lush rainforests, a diverse landscape and sandy beaches along the Caribbean and Pacific Coasts, Costa Rica offers many tours made for nature lovers. Hikers will love trekking through the country’s national parks and the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve. You can then relax your muscles in the thermal hot springs at Arenal National Park with incredible views of the Arenal volcano in the distance.
Arenal Enjoy trails and suspension bridges, hike along lava trails through Mirador 1968, a private reserve, located adjacent to Volcano Arenal National Park and take a scenic float trip safari with your Local Specialist.
Monteverde Cloud Forest Hike with your Local Specialist who offers insights into the region's unique bird and wildlife ecosystems.
San Jose Enjoy an orientation tour in the capital city of Costa Rica and explore Sarchi, the arts and crafts capital, famed for its intricately painted oxcarts.
Swap the concrete jungle for the real thing on this trip into the rainforests, waterways, hot springs and palm-lined beaches of Costa Rica.
Long-nosed tapirs, white-faced capuchin monkeys, elegant ocelots and three-toed sloths – Costa Rica is home to all manner of exotic native animals, and this trip puts you in the perfect position to spot them.
Spend three days in the dense, vibrant forest of Monteverde, home to one of the worlds most elusive birds – the resplendent quetzal.
The Republic of Costa Rica is a country with a progressive environmental mind, and a rapidly developing economy. With one of the world’s most enchanting and diverse bio-diversity, a trip to the country is packed with viewing exotic flora and fauna, rivers, and beautiful beaches that is great for water activities.
Get to know over 3,000 species of animal in the Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve.
Zipline through the cloud rainforests.
Feel the vastness in Poás Volcano National Park.
Dance your feet off while enjoying a quick samba or merengue.
Enjoy local tamales and other wonderful cuisine.
Visit the Basílica de Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles (Basilica of Our Lady of the Angels).
Prepare for the rain. Costa Rica is mostly rainforest, so the climate is humid and rainy except Guanacaste which is known as the ‘dry region’.
Go with a tour guide; they know what they’re doing and it will only enhance your experience.
Practice or learn about sustainable tourism while visiting.
Avoid the tourist busses; while local ones might be slower, they are less expensive.