The Land of Biodiversity
The happiest country on earth! A peaceful paradise!
Boasting marvellous tropical wildlife and outdoor adventures, Costa Rica is truly a traveller’s paradise. Whether you want to explore a diverse fauna — with big wild cats, curious birds, and colourful fish — or to dive into the rainforest flora, this Central American paradise offers its visitors an outstanding glimpse of nature.
A country that hasn’t had a military force in more than 70 years, but has a rich history of democracy, equality, and education for all.
A mix of indigenous heritage and a large portion of Spanish influence defines the culture, added to by a population with other first languages like English, Mandarin, Italian and German.
Huge national parks can be visited throughout the country that harbours more than 5% of the world’s biodiversity of animals and plants.
Lush and deep forests are nestled in between the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.
While the city of San José might contrast with its green surroundings, the cultural and political capital is well worth exploring. Among the grey buildings and the hectic urban life, you will find a number of art galleries, historic monuments, and market areas that will make your visit unforgettable.
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It can be difficult to decide where to travel in Costa Rica.
If you only have a few days, such as a week or two, you should definitely focus on one shore and thoroughly explore it. The Caribbean and Pacific coasts have a lot in common, including beautiful beaches, tropical animals, and natural beauty. In general, the Pacific coast offers better surfing, whereas the Caribbean coast has superior national parks.
However, if you have more than two weeks in Costa Rica, you can go throughout the country and see both coasts. Your travel plans in Costa Rica will be influenced by your personal interests.
If you enjoy trekking and enjoying the outdoors, you may want to spend more time inland, in the forests and mountains. If you enjoy water activities and relaxing on the beach, though, you may want to spend more time on Costa Rica’s coast.
One of the places we consider a MUST is Tortuguero National Park.
Only accessible by boat or small plane is one of the best places to marvel at the natural beauty and see unique wildlife on Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast. Here you can find lots of different species of animals while wandering through beaches, rainforests, and mangroves.
One of the most exciting things to see here is the different species of sea turtles that nest on the beaches between February and October.