Costa Rica

This morning drive by San Jose’s Plaza de la Cultura, Central Park and the National Theatre. Next pass through the lush vegetation of Braulio Carrillo Park. Then a thrilling adventure. Glide through the jungle canopy on the world famous rainforest aerial tram, rated one of Costa Rica’s top attractions. Next, with a naturalist guide, enjoy a short rainforest hike on a level terrain.

Overview:  Arenal Region
A visit to the Arenal region during your Costa Rica vacation will most definitely be a highlight of your trip. Arenal Volcano is the smallest and most active volcano in Costa Rica. Long dormant, Arenal erupted in July of 1968 and has been constantly active ever since. Prior to this, the last eruption is thought to have been around 1500. The volcano is approximately 3,000 years old and has an elevation of 5,500 feet. Arenal puts out an unforgettable light and smoke show nearly every day. Night-time viewing is the most spectacular, with glowing lava and mini explosions lighting up the sky. The Arenal region is rich in natural attractions; experience thermo-mineral hot springs, waterfall hikes, horseback riding, birdwatching, biking and boat tours on the Cano Negro. Visitors to the Arenal region enjoy easy access to the nearby bustling town of La Fortuna with its local nightlife, restaurants and shops.

Overview:  Guanacaste

Save some beach time, in Costa Rica’s Northwest Pacific Coast region.  Guanacaste is the perfect central point from which to explore Costa Rica’s diversity. The natural setting is casual, secure and unassuming. And the local “Ticos” are warm, friendly and eager to share the bounty of the Guanacaste province with visitors. Bird-watching, exhilarating zip-line canopy tours, excellent diving and water sports, and exceptional hotels all combine to make Guanacaste a perfect vacation choice. From crushed pink shells to salt-and-pepper volcanic sand, the beaches are as diverse as the nearby Eco-adventures. Visit the popular resort town of Tamarindo with its great surf and white-sand beaches for browsing and souvenir shopping. From panoramic rolling savannahs to bubbling hot springs and remarkable beaches, visitors of all ages will experience a vacation like no other in Costa Rica’s popular Guanacaste region.


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