When you get to your hotel in Costa Rica, you'll be prepared for the perfect vacation in Costa Rica. Knowing where is Costa Rica is more than just finding a map of Costa Rica.
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A majority of the towns on this coast have a Jamaican feel with Rastafarians, reggae and calypso music, and spicy Costa Rican-Creole food. There are refuges and a national parkwhere visitors can experience the coastal rainforests, coral reefs and marine life. Puerto Viejo de Talamanca and Salsa Brava are “musts” for avid surfers.
It has been reported that the most beautiful beaches in Costa Rica are along the Northern Pacific Coast. Whether you are looking to stay in a luxury resort or want to stay in a local fishing village, like Tamarindo, you can find them along this coast. Surfers from around the world come here for the limitless surf breaks
Northern Costa Rica has some fascinating natural parks and Central America’s most active volcano is in La Fortuna. Daytime tours of the volcano, waterfalls, caves and hot springs are available and for the brave hearted there are canopy tours (zip lines) and a Tarzan Swing!
Southern Costa Rica is the most secluded and tranquil part of Costa Rica. If you are looking to experience a rustic, non-touristy area this is the place to go.
Central Costa Rica provides a wide variety of activities including cycling, hiking and horseback riding. There are numerous art galleries, national monuments and museums in San José alone. There are numerous ecotourism facilities and protected areas where wildlife and native plants can be enjoyed.