Guanacaste is well-known for its cattle ranches and stunning beaches.
San José is home to world-class museums, parks, hotels, theaters, and historical structures.
Manuel Antonio National Park is one of Costa Rica's most popular. Before visiting one of the park's magnificent beaches, visitors come to see Capuchin, Howler, and Squirrel Monkeys, sloths, iguanas, agoutis, and hundreds of species of birds.
The weather of Monteverde, Costa Rica, which is famous for its cloud forests, is mountainous and can be a touch damp at times.
The beach is famous for its excellent surfing, excellent international restaurants, spectacular tours, and lively nightlife.
The location is especially well-known for its encounters with really Large bull sharks!
Arenal is one of seven historically active volcanoes in Costa Rica, the others being Poás, Iraz, Miravalles, Oros, the Rincón de la Vieja complex, and Turrialba. Until 2010, it was Costa Rica's most active volcano and one among the world's ten most active volcanoes.
It's a haven for nature aficionados and adventurers, with beautiful jungles, gorgeous beaches, and abundant animals.
The small town of Tortuguero on Costa Rica's northern Caribbean Coast attracts wildlife enthusiasts from all over the world because of the famous sea turtles that nest there.
Salsa Brava, Costa Rica's largest and most powerful wave, is well-known in the surfing community. The most beautiful beaches can be found here.