Costa Rica

costarica[1]Just north of the equator, between the Pacific Ocean and The Caribbean Sea. Rainforests, cloud forests, volcanoes, jungle, and beaches





Where to Go What to Do Where to Stay
  • Vida Aventura Nature Park
  • Arenal Volcano & Tabacon Springs
  • Corobici River Float
  • Palo Verde National Park
  • Four Seasons Resort at Peninsula Papagayo
  • Hilton Papagayo Costa Rica Resort & Spa
  • Barcelo Langosta Beach
San Jose
  • Coffee Tour
  • Costa Rica Marriott Hotel San Jose
  • Real Intercontinental Hotel & Club Tower
  • Courtyard San Jose
  • Escazu
  • Carara National Park
  • Carara National Park
  • Canopy Tour
  • Doubletree Resort by Hilton Puntarenas
  • Barcelo Tambor Beach
  • Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve
  • Sky Walk
  • Cloud Forest Lodge
  • Cano Negro Wildlife Refuge
  • Hanging Bridges of Arenal
  • Arenal Volcano hike and hot springs tour
  • Arenal Kioro Suites & Spa,
  • The Springs Resort & Spa at Arenal
    Mountain Paradise Hotel
  • Arenal Nayara Hotel and Gardens
 Manuel Antonio
  • Manuel Antonio National Park
  • Whitewater rafting at the Naranjo River
  • Relax on the beach
  • Parador Resort & Spa
  • La Mansion Inn

Entry Requirements

A valid passport and roundtrip or return ticket are required for all visitors entering Costa Rica. Visas are not required for U.S. Citizens for a stay of less than 90 days.


The tropical climate has two distinct seasons: wet or green (May-October) and dry or gold (November-April)