National Geographic labels Costa Rica as the world’s most intensely diverse destination with turquoise seas, active volcanos, primeval trees festooning with vines from within rainforests. Adventurers, entrepreneurs, foodies, families and honeymooners delight in endless wildlife spotting, legendary surfing, volcanoes to hike, and stretching miles of beaches, forest canopies, palm fringed shores and lapping tropical waves, that is Costa Rica.
Cerro Chirripo, the highest peak of Costa Rica is a visual feast enabling you to bask in the astonishing views from the peak of both the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean. It is an arduous trek slogging to the top, but truly worth it. Then you have Montezuma a typical hippie beach town with complete relaxation year round with sleep, sand, sun, and sand the predominant cycle of life.
Sophisticated peace in Samara, which is one of Costa Rica’s best family destinations and the ideal honeymoon paradise. Trendy cafes and restaurants at the edges of brilliant white sand and gentle turquoise seas. Then you have intense white-water rafting opportunities, which is probably the most famous and intense in all of Central America in the tiny village of Turrialba.
Adventurers with desire for serious adrenalin rush and fierce paddling find this village the ultimate destination. In addition, here is Café Britt Finca, famous for its Costa Rican coffee. A surfer’s paradise is the duo of Santa Teresa and Mal Pais, probably one of Costa Rica’s most difficult destinations to reach in earlier years, but the improved tourist infrastructure makes it sought after for surfers.
An unrivaled eco-destination with narrow canals winding through coastal wetlands and pristine jungle is Parque Nacional Tortuguero. Canoeing is one of the best methods of exploring hidden wildlife here. Manuel Antonio is one of the most famous parks and is where you can live the Costa Rican Dream.