Costa Rica Holidays & Vacations
In Costa Rica they have a saying – ‘Pura Vida’ – which means something along the lines of pure life or good living. You’ll hear it used in all sorts of contexts, perhaps as a greeting or a farewell, but always with a smile. It is, in essence, a celebration of the natural paradise and vibrant nature that Costa Rica offers to all those who visit and live there. If you’re looking for a place to fully disconnect from the outside world, then you’ll find it amongst the country’s tropical jungles, cloud forests and coastline. This is a land of active volcanoes, thermal hot springs and pristine coastline. Costa Rica has beaches to suit all, from palm-backed, golden sands to laid-back surf towns and hidden retreats where giant sea turtles come ashore to lay their eggs.
Those looking for adventure will find it too, whether it’s zip-lining through the jungle canopy, or taking on the rapids on a white-water rafting excursion. Wildlife enthusiasts will be spoiled for choice, as nearly the entire country is made up of diverse and beautiful nature reserves, each with its own unique habitat. You’ll see fascinating and abundant wildlife wherever you turn, from caiman and giant turtles to tropical frogs, butterflies and migrating whales.
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Alternatively, look at these examples of Costa Rica tours
- Natural Costa Rica Tour: Visiting San Jose, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Arenal Volcano, Rio Celeste and Juanilama
- Sandy Beaches and Jungle Costa Rica Tour: Visiting San Jose, Osa Peninsula (for Corcovado National Park), Uvita (for Marino Ballena National Park) and Manuel Antonio
- Costa Rica Caribbean Adventure: Visiting the Pacuare River (for rafting), Cahuita National Park, the indigenous community of Yorkín and Puerto Viejo
- Chirripó Hike and Cloud Forest Costa Rica Tour: Visiting Dota (for quetzal-watching), a 3-day hike to Mount Chirripó and the rural community of Biolley