Costa Rica is one of the most popular Central American destinations for newlyweds. It’s not hard to see why. With its world-famous beaches and rainforests, it’s the perfect spot for couples looking to relax or explore. In fact, Costa Rica has been ranked in the world’s top ten honeymoon destinations by Brides Magazine, the Signature Travel Network, Ask Men and Elle.
Category: Unforgettable Experiences
April 18, 2013
Costa Rica’s greatest treasure is its natural diversity. More than a quarter of the country’s total land area consists of national parks, biological reserves and wildlife refuges, area that are home to some of the most colorful and exotic lifeforms on the planet. Costa Rica is also one of the most bio-diverse regions in the world, with some 10,000 species of plants and trees alone. Warm and green year-round, Costa Rica is the perfect getaway for nature lovers.
April 4, 2013
Costa Rica is home to pristine rainforests and some of the most colorful and exotic creatures on the planet, but it is the country’s beautiful beaches that draw the most visitors. Assaulted by crashing surf, crowded and full of activities, or just plain secluded, Costa Rica offers a variety of coastline.
March 21, 2013
When someone mentions Costa Rica, most people think of the awesome beaches. This is with good reason: Costa Rica is a beach lover’s dream. With warm waters year-round, an unparalleled tourism infrastructure and tons of attractions spanning two coasts, Costa Rica’s beaches rank among the best in the world.
March 12, 2013
Costa Rica is known for its natural beauty, volcanoes, flowers, wildlife, churches, and of course, its coffee. This was a lovely day-long tour I did to the Irazu Volcano and Orosi Valley. The tour was based out of San José, Costa Rica’s capital city.
February 21, 2013
More than a quarter of Costa Rica is covered in rainforests, and one of the best ways to explore these enchanting ecosystems is via a zipline. First developed by American scientists, who wanted to study trees and the animal life in the canopy without touching them, ziplines emerged as the perfect solution. These have since evolved into canopy tours — an ideal way to get a bird’s eye view of the forest without disturbing the wildlife or endangering the trees.