The Caribbean of Costa Rica is one of its most authentic areas, will fill you with color, aromas and sounds that will awaken all your senses. Extensive river systems, lowland rainforests close to the coastal areas and huge banana plantations are typical sceneries from the Northern coast until the harbor town of Puerto Limon.
South of Puntarenas down to Quepos / Manuel Antonio National Park, the Central Pacific Region stretches along the Pacific coast line, forming the transitional zone between tropical dry forest and evergreen humid and rain forest
Jaco and Manuel Antonio are excellent starting spots to undertake tours and activities.
Costa Rica’s Central Valley is the most populated region of the country; The Central Valley of Costa Rica is formed by the provinces of San José, Heredia, Cartago and Alajuela.
Most of the factories and services industries companies are also in the area; therefore, a lot of sleeper towns and cities surround and permeate the Central Valley. Still, there are many historical sights and because of the small size of the country, this area is the starting point of the many adventures available in the rest of the country.
The North Pacific Region including the Nicoya Peninsula is the hottest and driest zone of Costa Rica. Many beautiful beaches are located here as well as huge cattle ranches. The Palo Verde, Santa Rosa and Rincon de la Vieja National Parks protect large areas of tropical dry forests where trees drop their leaves during the dry season and start flowering. This phenomenon favors animal observation during those months as they can be spotted easier.
The volcanoes in this area – Orosi, Rincón de la Vieja, Miravalles and Tenorio – form part of the Guanacaste Mountain Range.
The Northern Region is world-famous for the Arenal Volcano, its Mountain Range of Tilarán, the Monteverde Cloud Forests and Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge.
La Fortuna de San Carlos is a community that is located to the Northwest of the country and where the famous Arenal Volcano is located. Arenal is one of the most popular sites for the perfect combination of adventure and nature. All the activities that you have on your list can be made reality in this place.
Monteverde is known for its impressive Cloud Forest and the scenic beauty of a green that paints every corner of this town. The fresh climate that characterizes the area is ideal so that you can make natural walks in different biological reserves and appreciate the lush vegetation and a varied fauna; while you are immersed in paths that will leave you breathless
San Jose & Surroundings
Far from being a town to pass by, the capital of Costa Rica is versatile, multifaceted with many attractions that you can not miss when visiting the central valley of the country. Knowing more closely the cultural details, history and evolution of the Ticos while you have the opportunity to live unique experiences of adventure, those are some of the great advantages that this unique metropolis offers you.
The South Pacific Region stretches between Quepos in the north down to the Osa Peninsula and border to Panama, bordered by the Talamanca Mountain Range with its highest Peak in Costa Rica, the Cerro Chirripó of 3820 m (12.532 feet). Main parts of this region are hardly explored for tourism and visitors mainly are focusing on Drake Bay and the Corcovado National Park and the area around the Cerro de la Muerte, the highest mountain pass of the Interamericana