Experience Costa Rica

Costa Rica is quickly becoming one of the most popular destinations in Central America. It is safe and peaceful. Eco-tourism and Costa Rica are synonymous and there great opportunities for wildlife viewing, bird watching and other outdoor activities. Costa Rica’s stunning scenic heritage unfolds in an ever-changing panylwma of steaming volcanoes, forested mountains, dramatic skies and bucolic countryside. Dark lowland jungles give way to rolling savannas; Pacific surf crashes against rocky headlands, in sharp contrast to the tranquility of palm-fringed Caribbean beaches.

Costa Rica at a Glance

Time Difference

GMT - 6

Capital City

San Jose


Costa Rican Colón

About Costa Rica


Costa Rica’s wet season is from the end of April to mid-December. The rest of the year is dry season with bright sunny days and occasional showers.

Arenal Volcano

Arenal Volcano regularly spews molten rock, the Peninsula de Osa is crammed with virgin rainforest and wildlife, the beaches are phenomenal anf offer good surfing, and there more than 60 protected areas and National Parks.

Cloud Forests

Cloud Forest refers to the forests on the upper slopes of Costa Rica’s mountains and volcanoes which are frequently draped in mist and clouds. Algae, mosses and lichens get a foothold on the constantly wet surfaces, providing a place for orchids, bromeliads, ferns and innumerable other plants to cling to.

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