Meet our team of Costa Rica travel specialists

Our Costa Rica travel specialists are here to help and inspire you throughout the planning of your holiday. They know all the best tips about travelling in Costa Rica and have experienced many of the tours we offer first-hand. We pride ourselves on providing excellent service levels which continue throughout the life of your booking, and when you are away you’ll also have the 24-hour support of our local English speaking partners in Costa Rica.

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I’ve travelled in Costa Rica under a number of different circumstances: as a lowly backpacker; with my mum and step-dad as part of a bigger family trip and on a road-trip with friends exploring the lesser-visited corners of the country.

I think this encapsulates why our customers love this wonderful country as it truly has something for everyone. Whether it’s hiking to its highest peak, Cerro Chirripo, or relaxing on one of the laid-back beaches, bird-watching in the rainforest or screaming through the canopy on a zip wire – it has it all.

Find out more about Rob

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I used to work as a Tour Leader in Central America, regularly passing through Costa Rica.

It’s my favourite country in terms of flora and fauna, with so much biodiversity. I have been lucky enough to see toucans, many different types of monkey, red-eyed tree frogs and the resplendent quetzal. I also fell in love with the curiously cute three-toed sloth with its permanent smile!

There are so many beaches and national parks it’s difficult to choose where to go but is perfect for nature lovers.

Find out more about Ceri

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Costa Rica is so diverse, from jungles to mountains to volcanoes to sleepy beach towns to lively beaches blaring our reggae music, it really has something for everyone! It’s a wildlife and adrenaline seekers dream.

I travelled there with my family and in just 10 days we spotted chocolate trees in San Jose, saw wild dolphins and whales in Samara, had lunch with views of the Arenal Volcano, cooked dinner with a local family in Juanilama and kayaked around a lake spotting caiman, coatis and toucans in Boca Tapada!

Everywhere we looked there was wildlife roaming about and I will even miss the howler monkeys waking me up at 5am when we were staying in the jungle!

Find out more about Hazel

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