Travel to Costa Rica!!!

More than a destination, Costa Rica is an experience…

Costa Rica, meaning "rich coast" in Spanish, officially the Republic of Costa Rica, is a country in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north, Panama to the southeast, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the Caribbean Sea to the east with a total of 1,228 kilometers of coastline, 212 km on the Caribbean coast and 1,016 km on the Pacific. Costa Rica constitutionally abolished its army permanently in 1949. It is the only Latin American country to have been a democracy since 1950.

Climate is located between 8 and 12 degrees north of the Equator, the climate is tropical year round. Costa Rica's seasons are defined by how much rain falls during a particular period. The year can be split into two periods, the dry season known to the residents as summer, and the rainy season, known locally as winter. The "summer" or dry season goes from December to April, and "winter" or rainy season goes from May to November, which almost coincides with the Atlantic hurricane season, and during this time, it rains constantly in some regions.

Flora and Fauna in Costa Rica is home to a rich variety of plants and animals. While the country has only about 0.1% of the world's landmass, it contains 5% of the world's biodiversity. Around 25% of the country's land area is in protected national parks and protected areas, the largest percentage of protected areas in the world. Costa Rica has successfully managed to diminish deforestation from some of the worst rates in the world from 1973 to 1989, to almost zero by 2005.
The Costa Rica is a Green Destination; you will find many alternatives to feel this Green Destination as follows:

The highest point in the country is Cerro Chirripó, at 3,819 meters (12,530 ft); it is the fifth highest peak in Central America. The highest volcano in the country is the Irazú Volcano (3,431 m or 11,257 ft) and the largest lake is Lake Arenal.

One national park, the Corcovado National Park, is internationally renowned among ecologists for its biodiversity (including big cats and tapirs) and is where visitors can expect to see an abundance of wildlife.

Tortuguero National Park – the name Tortuguero can be translated as "Full of Turtles" – is home to spider, howler and white-throated capuchin monkeys; the three-toed sloth and two-toed sloth; 320 species of birds; and a variety of reptiles. The park is recognized for the annual nesting of the endangered green turtle, and is the most important nesting site for the species.

The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve is home to about 2,000 plant species, including numerous orchids. Over 400 types of birds and more than 100 species of mammals can be found there.

Costa Rica also comprises several islands. Cocos Island (24 square kilometers or 9.3 square miles) stands out because of its distance from the continental landmass, 300 mi (480 km) from Puntarenas, but Calero Island is the largest island of the country (151.6 square kilometers or 58.5 square miles).


Costa Rica has a total of 1,228 kilometers of coastline for this reason there are a whole a lot of beaches to explore, such as: Manuel Antonio Beach; Dominical Beach, Blanca Beach, Hermosa Beach; Tamarindo Beach; Conchal Beach, Samara Beach; Flamingo Beach, Playa Grande Beach, Montezuma Beach, Santa Teresa Beach, Mal Paìs Beach; Puerto Viejo Beach, Cahuita Beach, Punta Uva Beach, Manzanillo Beach, Quiribrì Island, Puerto Vargas Beach and more……….

Costa Rica is considered one of the 20th countries with greater biodiversity around the world…………………

Come with us to show you this Green Destination.

Costa Rica Tips Travel

Documents & Security Tips:

-Passport - Bring a photocopy so original can be left in hotel safe with other important documents a belongings.

-Tickets - write down all the flight information and the ticket number and keep separately from the original tickets.

- Change money only in safe places like a: banks or at your hotel. Costa Rica offers ATMs in San José but regularly not in rural areas.

- Do not carry amount of cash or valuable belongings when you`re walking in the city.

- If you rent a car, never leave valuables in the car.

-  Personal medications include all your medications that you need during your travel to avoid any inconvenient with you during your stay in Costa Rica.


If at all possible, try to bring into one carry-on and one checked bag.  The carry-on will include essential items such as medications, all your money, passport and tickets, binoculars and camera, bathroom kit and one change of clothes. By taking these precautions, it won’t be such a major difficulty if your clothing or checked bag is delayed. You have to consider our domestic flights luggage restriction or if you decide to go to Tortuguero National Park or take an overnight in our Pacuare River, the boat has luggage restriction. The restriction baggage is 25 pounds weight limit per person.


In general lightweight, fast-drying clothing is preferable.  Many people choose all cotton but cotton/synthetic blends are also cool to wear and don’t wrinkle as much.  Because temperatures can change drastically over the course of a day (if you go from the lowlands to the highlands), come prepared to dress for these areas) and don`t forget your sweater because you will use some times.

Generally, Costa Ricans dress very casually, even in San José, although somewhat dressier attire is the norm for performances at the National Theater, for example, or at first class restaurants. While it used to be inappropriate to wear shorts downtown, it is now a very common practice - particularly among young men and women. Ladies, if you do decide to wear your shorts be prepared for a Latin reaction. Whether in San Jose or at a remote lodge, clean, dry clothes for evening are a must for your own comfort.



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