This park is also home to a wide variety of wildlife, with tapirs, sloths, monkeys, and large cats.
It is 80-mile shoreline boasts beach-centric towns with cream-colored shores and dense forests. Find fishing and cattle-ranching.
The Manuel Antonio National Park is known for its beautiful stretch of sand, beaches, fun, forest, and the wildlife that inhabits the area.
The beach here is spacious and pleasant, but average at best by Costa Rica standards. The surfing here is very good and the waves are less dramatic.
The Arenal Volcano National Park is found in the rugged Cordillera de Tilaran and is one of the top volcano viewing areas in the country.
The clouds that cover these forests provide the moisture necessary to sustain the area's unique habitats that are only found here.
The Irazu Volcano is the highest active volcano in Costa Rica at 3,342 meters. The national park protects a 2,309 hectare area of land.
Dominical is a tropical backpacker's haven, with dirt streets, beautiful beaches, cheap accommodation, casual open-air restaurants.
Tamarindo is the place on the Nicoya Peninsula for surfing, beaching, and fun. Once a quiet fishing village but now is now a tourist haven.
Mal Pais is an area along the coast known for great waves that attract surfers. The town of Santa Teresa is the main hotspot in the area.
This area, accessible only by boat or plane, is one of the wettest areas in the country and offers something different than the rest of Costa Rica.