Costa Rica is a nature-lover’s dream. The country has a progressive approach to conservation, which ensures that its jungles, with their renowned biodiversity, continue to be home to a truly mind-boggling assortment of species, from birds to butterflies, monkeys to wild cats, and hothouse flowers. Sea turtles nest along both coasts. Have you ever heard of a more enchanting place?
Costa Rica is a blessed country with beautiful beaches, active volcanoes and great amounts of wildlife.
Costa Rica boasts an excellent selection of services and infrastructure; from 5 star resorts to unique boutique hotels, the latest in deluxe transportation, multilingual tour guides, venues for theme events and fine dining. All this is available in a tropical setting for an outstanding value.
Where best to spend your vacation than in a country with a national motto of pura vida or pure life. The motto is not just something they put on t-shirts and souvenirs to please the tourists. The ‘pure life’ attitude is worked into Costa Ricans’ daily lives. When you ask, ‘How are you?’ Many respond, ‘pura vida’. If you are closing a deal on a house or completing a different transaction, it’s not uncommon to hear a Tico friend say ‘pura vida.’ Not only is it worked into their language, it’s also worked into their values: For Ticos, enjoying pura vida is much more important than getting ahead, stressing out or working too hard.
What our customers are saying about Costa Rica:
We took a boat ride with Marlin del Rey,starting at Tamarindo Beach. The place looked clean, there was a lot of sand, the surf wasn’t too rough. We went back the next day and had lunch at the cafe at the Diria hotel. We watched the children of some new friends taking surfing lessons and they did fine. One was about 8 years old, other was about 13. The waves were big enough for them to learn on and stand up on the boards, but not so big that they were scared or were likely to get hurt.Johnny G
Beautiful Cloud Forrest, worth the drive
We loved everything about the park. There are a variety of trails for people with different walking abilities and different amounts of time. You can enjoy the park on your own or with a guide, but with a guide, you may have a better chance of spotting a quetezel or a sloth.
On your way out on the right hand side of the road, DO NOT MISS a stop at the hummingbird gallery. There is no charge–just a request for a donation to help feed the hummingbirds