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Costa Rica

A tropical corridor between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, Costa Rica presents a landscape of rainforest, rich pasturland, pristine coastline and soaring volcanoes home to the greatest diversity of birdlife on the planet.

Having demobilised the national army in 1948, this is one of the safest, most stable countries in Latin America famed for its envigorating pura vida lifestyle.

With over a quarter of the country under conservation, its jungles provides the ideal habitat for a dizzying array of fauna, including sloths, jaguars, toucans, macaws, turtles and manatees.

Whether undertaking the adventure by helicopter, sailboat, on horseback, raft, zipline or quadbike, our mission is to help you discover the essence of this enchanting land.

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Capital

San Jose

Language

Spanish

Time Difference  

GMT – 7

Currency

Costa Rican Colones

Read

The Birds of Costa Rica, Richard Garrigues

Listen

Editus

Eat

Gallo Pinto

Drink

Guaro

Locations

  • Guanacaste Province
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  • Nicoya Peninsula
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  • Osa Peninsula
    Osa Peninsula
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  • The Central Valley
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  • Costa Rica Caribbean
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