Costa Rica

Its name doesn’t lie: this small country between the Caribbean and the Pacific offers infinite natural riches to a visitor searching for unspoiled tropical habitats. In a country where 27% of the territory is protected, animal and plant species thrive. From rare creatures like tapir, giant anteaters and harpy eagles to bright, screaming flocks of scarlet macaws or the equally loud bands of howler monkeys, this country is a haven for exotic wildlife of every kind. Discover Corcovado National Park, the “most biologically diverse place on earth,” the enormous crocodiles of Carara, or the Tortuguero, where endangered sea turtles come to lay their eggs on unspoiled beaches. The spilling lava of Arenal volcano glows red at night. Plunge into this natural paradise and get a better view of its stunning scenery and magnificent flora and fauna through activities such as surfing at cult sites like Mal Pais, white-water rafting on the country’s rivers, scuba diving or an adventurous ropes course high in the rainforest trees. This small country has become a prized destination not only thanks to its natural splendour but also because of the friendly, welcoming people, always pleased to meet visitors and introduce them to Costa Rica’s best-kept secrets.

Costa Rica

Its name doesn’t lie: this small country between the Caribbean and the Pacific offers infinite natural riches to a visitor searching for unspoiled tropical habitats. In a country where 27% of the territory is protected, animal and plant species thrive. From rare creatures like tapir, giant anteaters and harpy eagles to bright, screaming flocks of scarlet macaws or the equally loud bands of howler monkeys, this country is a haven for exotic wildlife of every kind. Discover Corcovado National Park, the “most biologically diverse place on earth,” the enormous crocodiles of Carara, or the Tortuguero, where endangered sea turtles come to lay their eggs on unspoiled beaches. The spilling lava of Arenal volcano glows red at night. Plunge into this natural paradise and get a better view of its stunning scenery and magnificent flora and fauna through activities such as surfing at cult sites like Mal Pais, white-water rafting on the country’s rivers, scuba diving or an adventurous ropes course high in the rainforest trees. This small country has become a prized destination not only thanks to its natural splendour but also because of the friendly, welcoming people, always pleased to meet visitors and introduce them to Costa Rica’s best-kept secrets.
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