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    San Jose:San Jose is the capital of Costa Rica. San Jose International Airport Juan Santa Maria (SJO) is located in the town of Alajuela. The majority of travelers will land and depart from San Jose, spend a night in a hotel in Escazu or Santa Ana and then take off to their next destination.

    Volcanoes: the Poas Volcano offers as well one of the most impressive views in the country. Visitors may observe sulfur pools bubble and smoke rises from the main basin while exploring the well kept trails. Irazu Volcano lies around 32 km from Cartago, the country's former capital. The Irazu volcano which stands at around 11,260 feet is the highest in the country.

    San Gerardo de Dota: San Gerardo has become recently a must place to visit for those birdwatchers aiming to spot the Resplendent Quetzal.


    Cahuita National Park: Located north from Puerto Viejo, Cahuita National Park offers Costa Rica's best coral reef. Crustaceans and schools of colorful salt-water fish swim about by the thousands feeding on 128 varieties of algae.

    Tortuguero National Park: home to Tortuguero National Park which landscape is dominated by a peculiar blend of coastal rainforest and wetlands. This ecological destination is famous for offering the best turtle nesting spectacles for Leatherback, Green, Hawksbill and Loggerhead turtles.

    Puerto Viejo: Puerto Viejo is a preferred destination for bohemian-style travelers, this picturesque town offers visitors a laid-back Caribbean vibe, complemented with a wide variety of activities including yoga classes, spa treatments, alternative therapies and massages.


    Jaco: Jaco area and its surrounding beaches are located south of the town of Puntarenas on the mid pacific coast of Costa Rica. Jaco is one of the most popular beach and surfing destinations and also the nearest to the capital city of San Jose.

    Los Sueños Marina: is located next to Los Sueños Marriott Beach & Golf Resort, being the only government sanctioned marina in Costa Rica. This full service port is the most important site for sport fishing charters on the mid-pacific coast of Costa Rica.

    Manuel Antonio: home of the world famous Manuel Antonio National Park, this trendy coastal community offer its visitors the opportunity to enjoy an exhilarating combination of tropical forest and beach. A classic destination for tourism, this offers a social alternative to your beach stay.


    Arenal: Arenal is home to the beautiful conic silhouette of the Arenal Volcano and the Arenal lake. A spot highly visited for its Hot Springs as well as its adventure activity options, this location is a classic for those visiting Costa Rica for the first time.

    Monteverde: Monteverde Cloudforest is one of the most outstanding wild life sanctuaries in the tropics. Plenty of activities are available in Monteverde, allowing visitors to truly enjoy a firsthand experience with nature in this beautiful area.

    Rio Celeste: this river runs through the lush Tenorio Volcano National Park in the northern zone. The stream's well-known waterfall, a majestic cascade located close to the beginning of the trail, and its stunning blue color offer a secluded and fascinating relatively new off the beaten path destination.


    Playa Dominical: originally a little fisherman’s town, Dominical has now become a surfer's paradise. Here you can find miles of unspoiled lonely beaches, beautiful bays along the coast, and the tiny village of Dominical. Surfing and whale-watching are considered two of its main attractions.

    Peninsula de Osa: is the last undeveloped, jungle area in Costa Rica, this region is perfect for jungle lovers. Lodges are eco oriented and accommodations options mainly include full board packages with many nature and adventure options.

    Corcovado National Park: is home to more than 400 species of birds and more than a hundred species each of amphibians and mammals. This tropical humid primary forest covers more than 40,000 hectares of protected land, and is home to monkeys, scarlet macaws, coatimundis and other wildlife.


    Liberia: is the second international airport in Costa Rica, a hub for travelers heading to beach areas including those in the Nicoya Peninsula and Guanacaste Coast. Rincon de la Vieja one of the most accessible volcanoes of the area. The Gulf of Papagayo is becoming one of the most developed areas in the region.

    Pinilla, Playa Grande, Conchal, Playa Grande and Flamingo: are some of the best beaches in the country. This locations are a paradise of water sports, especially for those professionals of sea fishing activities.

    Samara & Nosara: two relatively secluded locations, surfer's paradise and fantastic for an authentic, boutique experience. The Ostional Wildlife Refuge in Costa Rica is home to one of the most extraordinary events where tens of thousands of Pacific Ridley sea turtles lay more than a million eggs on its sands every year.

    Santa Teresa, Malpais & Montezuma: described as a more authentic experience, these little beach towns have been a haven for surfing and relaxing. Laid back and with plenty of offered activities, this three towns have a very different personality to other beach locations in Costa Rica.