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Be immersed in wildlife

Costa Rica’s wildlife needs no introduction. From playful squirrel monkeys to wide-eyed frogs, a kaleidoscope of brightly coloured butterflies and some of the craziest looking insects you’ll ever come across, the national parks in Costa Rica are rich with life. The bird life is equally as varied, from violet hummingbirds to scarlet macaws, tropical toucans and the ever-elusive quetzal.

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Chill out on rugged Costa Rica beaches

Costa Rica boasts two very different coastlines, the Pacific and the Caribbean. Both are famous for having great surf and you’ll find pockets of laid-back travellers hanging out on the beach, catching the waves and enjoying the sun. Puerto Viejo is a chilled out hippy town close to the Panama border where Reggae beats fill the air and the food has a Caribbean influence. Head to the Pacific to see dolphins, whales and snorkel.

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Family holidays in Costa Rica

Bursting with brightly-coloured wildlife and smoking volcanoes, Costa Rica is a fantastic family holiday destination. Spotting wildlife will become second nature as you glide along winding rivers and explore the rainforest on a giant canopy bridge – a fantastic education into the ecosystem of Costa Rica.

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Fill your honeymoon with adventure

Wake up to a chorus of tropical wildlife, trek to misty cloud-forests, discover rumbling volcanoes, and leave footprints on castaway beaches. Costa Rica is a land of adventure just waiting to be discovered. Our bite-sized Costa Rica tours allow you to create a honeymoon with a twist. So, if you’re looking for something that stands out from the crowd, we should be right up your street. You can even combine your Costa Rica holiday with Nicaragua and Panama.

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Cruise Costa Rica at your own pace

Renting a car is an easy and convenient way to see Costa Rica. Driving on your own gives you the freedom to travel at your own pace and the option to stop off whenever you spot a rogue sloth or waterfall! Because you’ll be visiting several parks and beaches, driving in Costa Rica shouldn’t be too tiring and the average driving time between our trips is only around 4-5 hours.

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Combine Costa Rica with Panama and Nicaragua

Costa Rica is easy to combine with it’s neighbours, Panama and Nicaragua for a longer Latin America trip. Cross over the border to visit the beautiful island of Bocas Del Toro in Panama or delve deep into Nicaragua, learning how to harvest coffee beans and staying with a local Nico family.

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Accommodation in Costa Rica
Discover the real Costa Rica in authentic accommodation full of local character. Stay in a local village, jungle lodge or tented beach retreat.
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Discover the best time to visit Costa Rica
With a tropical and yet varying climate it's good to swat up on when is the best time to visit Costa Rica before booking your travels
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