Located in the central valley higher above in altitude with cool temperatures San Jose is the capital city of Costa Rica. Most economic activities take place here and over 1/3 of the population lives and works here. Although no skyscrapers yet exist, museums, some colonial buildings and the famous National Theater from 1897 embellish this […]

Where the rainforest meets the ocean. Denoted as the world’s most biodiverse place in the planet by National Geographic, the Southern Pacific Coast of the Osa Peninsula is the jewel of Costa Rica’s nature. Comfortable high-end tent lodges to luxury boutique hotels hidden within wild nature allow for the discovery of the most undiscovered parts […]

The Northern Pacific Coast of Guanacaste is perhaps the most touristic developed part of Costa Rica. This is the country’s “cowboy” region. Historically, this pampa land is renowned for its cattle production and the culture associated with it too. However, today it is categorized as one of country’s best places to visit for a beach […]

The caribbean side of Costa Rica has its roots in the construction of the railway in the latest part of the XIX century. The afro-caribbean culture, beautiful beaches, an always green ecosystem, and a still rustic environment create the perfect mixture between nature, culture, and relaxation.

Accesible only by boat, Tortuguero is a rain forest on the lowlands of the caribbean side of Costa Rica. The fresh water canals are the result of the country’s banana production for over 100 years! Today, a lush forest bordering rivers and the caribbean coast are the perfect escape from the city. During the moths […]

Located high above the mountain range dividing Costa Rica between the Pacific and Caribbean slopes, this small region between the Arenal Volcano and the Pacific Coast persuades you to leave the hotter and humid climates of the flatland. Monteverde was, and still is, a farm land. However, it also embraces two natural reserves and the […]

Mostly known as Rio Celeste because of it main attraction, the Rio Celeste Waterfall, this region is actually located between Bijagua de Upala and the Tenorio National Park. This region, not visited by many tourists, still conserves how Costa Rica used to be for 20 years. No large hotels, but very nice B&B to luxury […]

La Fortuna is a small town located at the base of the active Arenal Volcano. It is one of the places most visited by tourists. Here you can find numerous restaurants, pharmacies, and supermarkets with a great view of the majestic Arenal Volcano. The Arenal is 1.633 m (5,357 ft) high. It made it’s first […]