Costa Rica

19,700 square miles of tropical forests, mountains, volcanoes, valleys and sandy beaches.

About Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s national territory is 51.100 square kilometers (19,700 square miles), about half the size of Kentucky and slightly larger than Switzerland. Although mountains dominate Costa Rica’s geography, stretching from the northern border to the southern. It also has lowlands and beautiful beaches on both the Pacific and Atlantic oceans.


There are only two seasons, the rainy season which runs from mid May until November and the dry season from December to April. The atlantic coast is an exception because it can rain practically all year round. San Jose lies between the two extremes but has the perfect climate all through the year. With an average temperature of 72F (22C), days can get fairly hot in the capital, but it always cools down to where you may need a sweater or jacket.

Taxes and Tips

All hotels are required by law to include a 13% sales tax. Restaurants also must add a 13% tax and 10% gratuity to your check. You could leave and additional tip of a small percentage if the service is excellent.

Costa Rica Regions​

North Pacific

Wonderful sandy beaches, exciting volcanoes, mud baths, fumaroles, national parks and biological reserves, dry forests and way of life steeped un traditions- this is the north pacific, this is the region of Guanacaste!

Central Pacific

The central pacific coast embraces peaceful beaches, romantic sunsets, popular beach location for surfing and fishing, and the famous national park Manuel Antonio.

South Pacific

The South Pacific of Costa Rica is the area with the greatest biodiversity in the country, a huge tropical rain forest with colorful mangroves and lonely beaches, is a perfect alternative for adventures in a natural environment and a perfect crucible for whale watching.


The Tortuguero National Park is a fundamental location in the north Caribbean and a habitat for countless flora and fauna species. The rasta culture and reggae music, multi colored houses, quiet beaches surrounded by dense and exuberant nature are some off the wonders you will find.

Central Valley

The capital city of Costa Rica; San Jose is located in the central valley, surrounded by moderate active volcanoes, national parks and covered by coffee plantations on the high lands and mountain ranges.


Deep rumbling, ascending smoke and red lava, running down: the Arenal volcano in la Fortuna town is an activite volcano. It has been active for the last 2 million years. It peak has an almost perfect cone-shape, reaching to the sky! Gases, ashes and smoke take different forms. Lava can be seen running down its sides out of its crater almost continuously.


A community worldwide recognized for its environmental efforts! Small town which focuses on protecting its amazing biodiversity with sustainable practices.

Celeste River


The Celeste River has its name due the color of its turquoise waters produced by a chemical reaction, where the rivers Buena Vista and Roble converge. From this point, the river flows by the forest without losing its color. Since the river originates on the volcano, it has thermal waters and mud clay with minerals that are great for the skin.

What to do in Costa Rica?​

  • Worldwide famous waves for surfing
  • Watching turtle nesting
  • Snorkeling
  • Diving tours y courses
  • Sport fishing
  • Whitewater rafting adventures
  • Floating
  • Hiking
  • Horseback riding
  • Canopy and rappel
  • Volcano-heated mud baths y hot springs
  •  Mountain biking
  • Bird watching
  • Kayaking in the coast
  • Aerial Tram
  • Whales watching
  • Mangrove boat tour
  • Sport fishing
  • Sierpe river trip
  • Caribbean culture experience
  • Coffee plantation process experience
  • City guided walks
  • Tours in Arenal national park
  • Canyoning y waterfall trekking
  • Indigenous tour
  • Hanging bridges
  • Butterfly gardens

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De la embajada Rusa, 100 metros oeste y 400 sur.

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