Reasons You Should Visit Costa Rica
Costa Rica has a year-round tropical climate, making it a perfect anytime vacation getaway.
Whether you are traveling with your significant other, friends, or the whole family, Costa Rica has so much to offer and explore. Check out the Arenal Volcano, unique gardens and face your fears while you take on a new adrenaline pumping adventure.
Go trekking, hiking and camping in Corcovado National Park, go whitewater rafting on the Toro River or participate in a Canyoning Tour in Arenal Volcano National Park, go diving in Cocos Island in Cocos Island National Park and ride your bike across one of the most endangered ecosystems on the planet in Palo Verde National Park.
Miss Sky Canopy Tour in Nosara, Costa Rica is home to one of the longest canopy tours in the world. With 21 runs, views of waterfalls, river pools, and spectacular forests, you definitely won’t be disappointed.
Costa Rica has approximately 300 different beaches, each of which is unique in their own way. Visit Playa Avellana for incredible surfing, Puerto Viejo for a laid back and relaxing day and Drake Bay for an adventurous experience.
If you are experienced, don’t waste a minute, hop on your board and ride the waves in Costa Rica’s beautiful waters. If you’re looking for a great surf camp, look no further. Witches Rock Surf Camp is one of the best spots to catch some of the most incredible waves. It has remained Costa Rica’s most popular surf camp since 2001! The waves are usually less crowded, making it one of the best places to learn to surf and advance your skills. Visit http://witchsrocksurfcamp.com/ for more information.
We all know Costa Rica is known for its amazing beaches, but for animal lovers, it’s also a place full of incredible wildlife. The sloth sanctuary in Costa Rica has a bed and breakfast. Take the Insiders Tour for the option to spend the night in the sloth sanctuary. Then participate in the tour where you will view newborn sloths in the NICU, and take a guided canoe ride to experience the sloths’ natural habitat.