The Arenal volcano, one of Costa Rica's biggest attractions, still has spectacular eruptions almost daily. The volcano has a typical cone shape and determines the appearance of Costa Rica. At the foot of the volcano are nice hot springs, where you can relax after a wonderful day of hiking in the area around the volcano.
The small center of Montezuma, a maze of streets whom runs to the beach. Montezuma's hippie roots come alive on Saturday morning during the farmers market. Here you will find handmade jewelry & art and delicious organic food. Montezuma, known for its white beaches and yoga culture, is a great starting point to visit Isla Tortuga, the famed Cabo Blanco reserve or you can take the tremendous hike to a triple-tiered waterfall
Fly 70 kilometers per hour at an altitude of about 200 meters over the overwhelming cloud forests of Costa Rica. Your body dangles from nothing more than a few ropes and your hands hold only two iron handles, not wanting to think about what might happen if you let go anyway. Out of the corner of your eye you can see Volcano Arenal passing by.
Maybe the most beautiful and the most biodiverse place on earth. You can enter the park from various villages, but you cannot enter the park without a guide and permit. Arrange this in advance in a village or through an organization. Once you enter the park you are immediately overwhelmed by the beautiful greenery. Look for the famous red-eyed leaf frog, occasionally look up for parrots and monkeys and if you are lucky you will even see a jaguar or puma!
Costa Rica's Caribbean 200 km coast stretches from Panama to Nicaragua. Parque Nacional Tortuguero is located to the north. A special destination that can only be reached by boat. Tortuguero is known for the turtles that come to lay eggs there. But Tortuguero is also famous for another reason: For the unique channel and lagoon landscape of this area, surrounded by dense jungles, and therefore also called “the Amazon of Costa Rica”. The southern part is best known for its beautiful beaches and Caribbean atmosphere. Cahuita National Park: This park protects a coral reef and rainforest and is one of the more visited parks on the Caribbean coast.