An excellent way to see undersea life in Costa Rica is to scuba dive and things will get up close and personal. Cocos Island is located about 342 miles off of Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast. UNESCO has designated… Read More

Chirripo National Park was named after the highest mountain in Costa Rica, which is located in this protected area. Reaching 12,533 ft, Chirripo was named by the Talamanca indians as “Place of Enchanted Waters”. The mountain was considered… Read More

Hike the tallest peak in all of Central America – Cerro Chirripo. If you are looking for a high quality trek in Costa Rica, look no further than the country’s highest peak Cerro Chirripo. Imagine standing at 12,531… Read More

Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast is the place to be for surfing and Pavones is one of the surfing hotspots. The area isn’t just for surfers however. Whether you are a naturalist, birdwatcher, adventure seeker and or just in… Read More

Jaco is known all over the world as a mecca for surfers. With so many great waves and a large influx of tourists, Jaco is filled with surf camps and schools where beginners and experts alike can take… Read More

Costa Rica is well know for being one of the worlds best surfing destination and can rival the likes of Hawaii and Australia. If you happen to be looking for the best waves to surf in Costa Rica,… Read More

Costa Rica is probably one of the hottest surfing destinations in the Central and North American region. Each year thousands of surfers, at all skill levels, come to Costa Rica. The water is warm and swells can be… Read More

Almost everyone who comes to Costa Rica does some sort of hiking or walking, whether it be through the rainforest, on grassy uplands or drylands, or ambling along beaches and well-maintained national park trails. From lowland tropical forest… Read More