Costa Rica, a country with no standing army, politically stable In Central America, boasts 5% of the world’s species in its cloud, rain, and dry forests, and 800 miles of coastline marked with two weather changes - dry season (Nov. - Apr.) and wet season (May - Nov.) and temperatures averaging in the 70 degrees.
Hike in cloud and rain forests, pristine golden brown beaches and active volcano's craters. Get closer than you ever imagine to frogs, monkeys, sloths, birds and wildlife and do something different that you have always wanted to do- yoga, whitewater raft, zip lines, surf, dive, snorkel, and enjoy yourself.
CostaRica.com is the leading travel, relocation, real estate and weather source of information about Costa Rica. We take you through the journey from preparing for your trip, finding out what you want to see and do in Costa Rica to booking your vacation with reliable operators.
Our staff treks through mountains, rainforests and beaches to deliver comprehensive guides and reviews on the latest activities, hotels, and restaurants.Insider’s Guide to Costa Rica. You will find our book on Amazon – here.