A country with unprecedented natural beauty
Costa Rica is known for sustainable tourism; in a country with so much natural beauty, great importance is attached to its protection. The country is largely covered with rainforest and cloud forest and has an incredible amount of birds, special mammals, reptiles and butterflies. A tour of Costa Rica is a must for the nature lover! Costa Rica's relatively small area and good infrastructure make it easy to visit the various attractions. This makes a tour or self-drive through Costa Rica very enjoyable.
National parks of Costa Rica
Costa Rica has many national parks; for example, there is N.P. Volcán Arenal, centered on one of the country's most active and impressive volcanoes, surrounded by cloud forest and hot springs. Tortuguero National Parkwhere, with a guide, you may witness the giant sea turtles laying their eggs on the beach. Or the N.P. Manuel Antonio, known for its beautiful beaches and wide variety of animals, where you might spot the rare squirrel monkey on hikes. A tour of Costa Rica cannot be without a visit to the Monteverdecloud forest, where you can walk through the canopy via suspension bridges, some as high as 35 meters. Peninsula Osa, with Corcovado N.P. is, according to National Geographic, "the most biologically intense place on Earth" with 140 species of mammals and 500 species of birds.
ZIPLINING, RAFTING AND KAYAKING
For the necessary adrenaline, Costa Rica also has much to offer: ziplining can be done at Arenal, among others, where you will float between the trees and end with the infamous "tarzan swing. You can raft, for example on the Sarapiquí River through rapids with names like "Roller Coaster," "Superman" and "Air Force. Many places also offer kayaking, tubing, horseback riding and can climb volcanoes. Surfers can enjoy the white sandy beaches of Nosara, one of the best surfing destinations in the world. And then these are just a few of the activities of our Costa Rica tours that are waiting for you, the natural gem in Central America! Pura Vida!