Teeming with wildlife, roughly a quarter of Costa Rica is protected jungle, making it the ultimate destination for nature lovers. Whether your customers are looking for an immersive, multi-day itinerary or simply a handful of day tours to complement a beach vacation, we can help. Our Costa Rica office boasts over 25 years managing group adventures, honeymoons, tailor-made itineraries and much more.
An adventure that takes travellers on a tranquil boat ride along a gorgeous river in the Palo Verde National Park, surrounded by the stunning rainforest inhabited by an innumerable variety of animal species and exotic vegetation. The tour includes a visit to the town of Guaitil, famous for its clay handicrafts.
Visitors will enjoy a full day of adventure in the stunning surrounds of the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano, in Guanacaste. Here they can enjoy horse riding, ziplining through the canopy, whizzing down the longest jungle waterslide in the world, and dip into natural hot springs and a volcanic mud bath.
Capital City: San Jose
Population: 5 Million
Language: The official language is Spanish, and Costa Rica also recognises regional indigenous languages like Bribri, Maleku, Cabécar, Bocotá, Guaymí and Mekatelyu
Currency: The country’s official currency is the Costa Rica colon (₡). ATMs are found throughout Costa Rica, accepting most debit and credit cards, whilst banks and money exchange counters (only found at the airport) exchange most major foreign currencies. However, most of the local businesses accept the American USD, therefore, if travellers have them there is no need to exchange.
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