Top Place in Costa Rica

It is a small country in land mass, but Costa Rica is one of the world’s biggest natural grounds. Bordered between Nicaragua and Panama, Costa Rica boasts the world’s largest density of flora and fauna in addition to a varied terrain of mountains, valleys, forests, volcanoes, beaches, lakes and rivers. An overview of the Top Place in Costa Rica:

Beach Sunset at Corcovado National Park

1. Corcovado National Park & Drake Bay

Situated on the gorgeous Osa Peninsula, the Corcovado National Park has been called as one of the most biodiverse places on earth

Arenal Volcano blowing smoke

2. Arenal Volcano National Park & La Fortuna

Used to be one of the most active volcanoes in Costa Rica, the beautiful Arenal is indeed a sight to behold.

Blue Beach Sunset in Tamarindo

3. Tamarindo, Playa Langosta & Playa Grande

Situated along the north Pacific Coast, Tamarindo and its surrounding beaches are some of the most easily accessible beach towns in the region.

Playita Beach at Manuel Antonio

4. Manuel Antonio & Manuel Antonio National Park

What this park lacks in size, it makes up for in the incredible wealth of attractions found here.

Manuel Antonio
Monteverde Cloud Forest in the clouds

5. Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve

Shrouded in clouds, the stunning Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve has a unique air of mystery to it.

The calm waters of Tortuguero

6. Tortuguero National Park

A key turtle breeding ground in the Caribbean, the Tortuguero National Park is the habitat and nesting ground of four of the eight species of marine turtles in the world.

Surfer walking back from great surf in Santa Teresa

7. Santa Teresa & Mal Pais

The tiny beach village of Santa Teresa is located in the south of the Nicoya Peninsula, almost at the tip, in north of the Puntarenas province. This beach is renowned worldwide for some of the best surfing in the country.

Kickback beachfront restaurant in Montezuma

8. Montezuma

Lying on the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, Montezuma was a small remote fishing village until the 1980’s

Kicking back on a hammock in Puerto Viejo

9. Puerto Viejo & Cahuita National Park

Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica has a lot to offer. From world-class surfing, snorkeling and diving among the many reefs in the blue waters, to mountain biking, horseback riding and cultural visits to indigenous people.

In Town at Playa Nosara

10. Nosara & Playa Guiones

Nosara is a tranquil beach community, ideal for a surfer or nature lover’s vacation.


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