Luxury Costa Rica Tours & Travel
Luxury Costa Rica Tours & Travel
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Costa Rica may be a small country, but it truly packs a punch unlike no other with everything from soaring volcanoes and breathtaking rainforests to some of the most rare and endangered wildlife in the world. All that, plus it has a peaceful history, mouthwatering food and endless opportunities for outdoor adventure.
From rushing whitewater rapids for rafting and rainforest hikes to canopy zipline tours, snorkeling, diving and world-class surfing, no matter what you’re into, you’ll find it here.
The national parks provide the best glimpses of life in the cloud forest, rainforest and steaming volcanoes with their jaw-dropping vistas, and there’s so much wildlife to see, it’s an animal lover’s true haven. In fact, it’s one of the most biodiverse countries on the planet with a half-million species. Here there are toucans ogling down at visitors from the treetops while scarlet macaws soar through the skies.
If you have a good eye, you might spot a sloth lounging on a branch or the eyes of a caiman as it breaks the surface of a swamp. It’s hard to miss the haunting call of the howler monkeys, and you’ll likely hear rustling in the trees that signals a troop just above.
In the water there are colorful fish, whales, and dolphins all thriving just offshore. If you just want to soak up the sun and the sand, you can do that too as there are an estimated 600 beaches on the Pacific and Caribbean coasts, with a perfect spot for everyone.
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Trips to Costa Rica
Costa Rica Family Adventure
San Jose, Vara Blanca, Tirimbina, Arenal Rainforest, Guanacaste, Gold Coast, Papagayo8 NightsFrom $2,801 PPDiscover some of Costa Rica’s top spots while enjoying fun family-friendly activities along the way on this exciting itinerary.
Costa Rica Highlights
San Jose, Tortuguero, Fortuna, Arenal Hanging Bridges, Cano Negro Wildlife Preserve, Nosara Beach9 NightsFrom $3,113 PPCover the top national parks and preserves on this 9-night highlight tour, ending with three blissful days at the beach.
Costa Rica Wildlife & Coast
San Jose, Escazu, Tortuguero National Park, Arenal National Park, Monteverde Cloud Forest, Manuel Antonio National Park13 NightsFrom $3,349 PPDiscover Costa Rica’s highlights on this two-week tour, from incredible wildlife watching to stunning scenery, with overnights in premium accommodation.
Costa Rica to Panama Small Ship Cruise
San Jose, Los Bajos del Toro, Toro Amarillo waterfall, Manuel Antonio National Park, Puerto Jiminez, Pearl Islands, Panama City11 NightsFrom $4,047 PPExperience stunning tropical scenery, abundant exotic wildlife, fascinating history & more, on this Costa Rica and Panama cruise/land tour.
Undiscovered Costa Rica
San Jose, Arenal National Park, Tortuguero National Park, Sea Turtle Conservancy, Osa Peninsula, Lapo Rios9 NightsFrom $3,113 PPOn over a week in Costa Rica, experience many of its top stops from lush wildlife-filled rainforest to stunning beaches.
Panama to Costa Rica Cruise8 DaysFrom $2,790 PPA 7-night cruise that's sure to provide lifelong memories, this trip is filled with adventure, spectacular scenery, and tropical wildlife.
Where to visit in Costa Rica
Our travel experts have collated their top recommendations of where to visit in Costa Rica.
While most visitors to Costa Rica begin their trip by flying into the capital city, many overlook it, passing it by en route to the tropical rainforests and beautiful beaches. But it’s well worth spending at least a day or two in, filled with rich culture and history as well as boasting a hip urban vibe a remarkable array of restaurants and bars you won’t find anywhere else in the country. There are lively markets for browsing, buying or just mingling with the locals, and a number of outstanding museums like the National Museum of Costa Rica.
One of Costa Rica’s most popular destinations, Arenal Volcano was one of its most active from 1968 through 1998, erupting daily with red lava pouring over the sides of the crater. While it was officially declared dormant in 2010, there’s still plenty of adventure to be had here. There are zipline courses for whizzing above the canopy of trees, horseback riding excursions, hiking, biking, even waterfalls to rappel down, not to mention all the wildlife like monkeys, sloths and toucans to look for in the process.
Manuel Antonio is one of Costa Rica’s smaller parks but it’s also one of the most popular, with a sweeping vista of jungle, beaches, and glistening blue ocean dotted with rocky islets. Its humid tropical forest is lush and green year-round and home to an impressive array of wildlife, including more than 100 species of mammals and nearly 200 species of birds, colorful reptiles and all sorts of insects. Take one of the short hiking trails like Sendero Congo to spot howler monkeys and Sendero el Perezoso for sloth sightings.
Monteverde Cloud Forest
Over half the country of Costa Rica is covered by forests that are home to some of the world’s greatest biodiversity. The misty Monteverde Cloud Forest is one of the best when it comes to breathtaking natural beauty and abundant flora and fauna. Hundreds of different bird species inhabit the forest and can be seen along with capuchin and howler monkeys, jaguars, pumas, ocelots and deer. Here you can also enjoy aerial adventures and ziplines tour for a bird’s-eye view of it all.
The Osa Peninsula is Costa Rica’s wild backyard, with remote rainforests and abundant marine life. It’s a primitive, unspoiled paradise where nature rules – and it still remains relatively off the grid. One of the top eco-tourism destinations, over a third of the peninsula is lush rainforest. It’s also home to what’s been called the most biologically intense place on Earth, Corcovado National Park. There are plenty of things to do, from horseback riding through the jungle to birdwatching, fishing and wildlife watching for everything from scarlet macaws to ocelots and howler monkeys.
Located on the Pacific Coast in the province of Guanacaste, Punta Islita is made up of two small beaches, connected together, both with powdery soft white sands. The perfect place for romance, tranquility and watching stunning sunsets. There are little enchanting bays separated by 80 million-year-old volcanic rock towers and opportunities for snorkeling, swimming, sea kayaking and more. Tours are available after dark for sea turtle expeditions where you can witness the creatures lay their eggs. It’s also possible to kayak through the mangroves and the river.
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