The Nicoya Peninsula's sparkling, nearly 80-mile shoreline boasts beach-centric towns with cream-colored shores and dense forests.
Guanacaste, a province in northwestern Costa Rica bordering the Pacific, is known for its beaches and biodiverse parkland.
Located just outside the town of La Fortuna, the Ecotermales Hot Springs offer a relaxing break perfect for soothing post-hike muscles.
Manuel Antonio National Park, on Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast, encompasses rugged rainforest, white-sand beaches and coral reefs.
San José, Costa Rica's vibrant capital, serves as a central base for exploration and features a large international airport.
Jacó is a town on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, southwest of the capital city, San José. It's known for its surf beaches and nightlife.
Arenal Volcano, Costa Rica's best-known stratovolcano, stands more than 5,000 feet high and appears to touch the clouds.
It is currently the largest park in Costa Rica and extends over about a third of the Osa Peninsula. Corcovado National Park. IUCN category II (national park).
The mountain where you can touch the clouds! Established in 1972 by a coalition of scientist from the Tropical Science Center (TSC) Birdwatcher , Hiker.
Puerto Viejo de Talamanca is a town in southeast Costa Rica, on the Caribbean coast. It’s known for the Salsa Brava surf break.