Welcome to Central America’s best-kept secret. Costa Rica’s secluded and sublime landscape boasts tumbling waters, endless emerald jungles and picturesque coastlines that could rival the Caribbean.
If you love the great outdoors, then you’ll adore Costa Rica. Wake up to panoramic views of endless treetops and verdant forests, and spend your days on balmy rainforest hikes discovering tumbling waterfalls, high-energy rapids, surf breaks and sky-high bridges. If you love wildlife too, get ready to discover tropical fish, sharks, dolphins, howler monkeys and so much more.
If it’s peace and tranquility you’re looking for, Costa Rica’s laid-back pace of life will offer you everything you need to unwind. These secluded hilltop hideaways and peaceful coastlines are perfect for practicing yogis on the journey to wellness, couples looking for exclusivity and romance, and families who dream of a getaway that allows them to disconnect from the stresses of daily life.
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The best time to travel to Costa Rica is between December and April, as this is the height of the dry season which see’s bright, sunny days with minimal rainfalls.
Costa Rica doesn’t shout about it’s stunning beauty and eco-friendly tourism, so couple’s looking for the best honeymoon destinations may find it slips under their radar, but this incredible island is the perfect destination for a secluded and romantic honeymoon escape. We’ve handpicked a very select number of romantic hideaways that boast absolutely incredible views of Costa Rica’s breathtakingly beautiful landscape, and offers perfect seclusion for honeymooners who dare to be different.
Travellers looking for an adventure they’ll never forget will fall in love with Costa Rica. Opt for a Costa Rica holiday and discover an island teeming with emerald-hued rainforests, tumbling waterfalls worthy of movie-sets, and an underwater paradise teeming with tropical marine life. If it’s a wellness break you’re craving, you’ll find your zen in our secluded hillside hideaways, along the secluded coastlines and within the capable hands of yoga practitioners who swear by the laid-back lifestyle of this dazzling island.
Those planning the perfect Costa Rica holiday for families have plenty of options available, that are guaranteed to keep every member of the family entertained. Families with small children can disconnect from the stresses of daily life, and focus on spending time with each other in our blissful hillside villas or along the secluded coastlines. While travellers with teenagers have a playground of monkey-filled jungles, rapids and forests all waiting to be explored.
You haven’t done Costa Rica until you’ve ticked off this absolutely beautiful national park.
Manuel Antonio National Park boasts endless vistas of gorgeous lush rainforest, pristine white sands, and tropical flowers so vivid you’d think they weren’t real. This stunning destination is home to tiny monkeys who love swimming through the treetops, iguanas who spend their days soaking up the sun and sloths who will lazily look as you trudge deeper in the forests.
It’s been a long while since Arenal has seen any volcanic activity, but it still smokes occasionally which means tourists cannot hike to the crater but can definitely enjoy the national park below.
The National Park is home to gorgeous emerald-hued forests, brightly coloured flowers and abundant birdlife. If you’re still desperate to get as close as possible to the peak of the volcano, you can visit the hanging bridges that soar high above the park. After an afternoon of fun, head to the hot springs to let you muscles unwind while you enjoy a relaxing foot bath.
Costa Rica is an incredible destination for snorkelling, with Cano Island Biological Reserve being cited as one of the best places in Latin America for diving.
These warm and clear coastal waters are teeming with kaleidoscopic coral beds and all kinds of tropical fishes, what’s not to love? If you seek a little bit of adventure beyond the reef, hop in a boat and head out for a scuba diving adventure that’ll reveal humpback whales, dolphins, white-tipped sharks and manta rays.
The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve is Costa Rica’s answer to eco-tourism and ensuring the country’s natural beauty is retained.
Spanning six ecological zones - of which 90% is considered virgin forest - Monteverde’s rich biodiversity and high concentration of local biologists and ecologists have ensured travellers can learn about all manner of Costa Rica’s wildlife. The reserve also offers programs to those wishing learn about their work, as well as language courses for those wanting to brush up on their Spanish.
Coffee lovers unite! Costa Rica is home to some truly special coffee beans, so why not see how it’s made and have a cup straight from the source?
The country’s busy capital is flanked by gorgeously green hills that are perfect for coffee plantations and idyllic towns. Opt for a plantation tour to learn all about how your favourite coffee is made and why fair trade is so important to nations like Costa Rica. After all of that learning, savour the freshest cup of coffee you’ll ever enjoy.
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Best Time To Travel:
December - April
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