The Paradise of the Earth - don’t miss it!

The Paradise of the Earth – don’t miss it!

I have been in many places in the word, but I couldn’t find a more beautiful place than Costa Rica. This country surpassed my wildest hope. It is so because in the country I could find anything I wanted. Costa Rica blessed with plentiful rain forests, beaches as Pacific Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. This country has the gorges national parks in the world. Just think about the nine hundred types of uncommon birds, the huge sea turtles, the monkeys, or of tropical fish that can’t be fou... [ read more ]

The best restaurants in Tamarindo

The best restaurants in Tamarindo

If you want to see all the best things about Costa Rica in one place, head to Tamarindo, the pride and joy of Costa Rican tourism. This small beach town is the kind of destination that lends itself to all sorts of travel, from luxury to shoestring budgets. Budget travelers who visited Tamarindo back in the days when it was still a quiet hippie paradise might complain of the touristy turn the town has taken, but even with the new shopping malls, luxury hotels, souvenir shops and massive devel... [ read more ]

Top 5 things to do in Manuel Antonio

Top 5 things to do in Manuel Antonio

Costa Rica has more national parks than many other much larger countries, and every single one of them deserves the attention of tourists interested in the country's natural beauty. But if there's one park that perfectly represents the sheer beauty and diversity of Costa Rica, then it is Manuel Antonio. Despite being the smallest national park in Costa Rica, over 150,000 people visit it every year, and it is widely regarded as one of the most stunning national parks on the planet. It is no u... [ read more ]

Top 5 beaches in Costa Rica

Top 5 beaches in Costa Rica

Costa Rica's cloud forests, volcanoes, hot springs and nature reserves are all the hype among travelers to South America, but there's another very big card up Costa Rica's sleeve: its beaches. There are more beaches in Costa Rica than one can count, after all the coastline of the country is almost 1300 kilometers long. With this much sand and sea it's a daunting task to decide exactly where you want to spend your sunkissed holiday. It's completely normal if you want to spend you time in Cost... [ read more ]

5 essential travel experiences in Costa Rica

5 essential travel experiences in Costa Rica

There is no shortage of things to do in Costa Rica, whatever your interests might be, but like in all countries with a very distinctive cultures, some things just must be seen and done if you want to be able to say that you've truly seen Costa Rica. You can't visit Japan without tasting the sushi, or visit Thailand without a romp on an island beach, but what is a traveler to do when in Costa Rica? Granted, the volcanoes and cloud forests are definitely on anyone's Costa Rican bucket list, bu... [ read more ]

The best surf schools in Costa Rica

The best surf schools in Costa Rica

The beaches of Costa Rica are a dream, with blindingly white sand, colorful underwater life, pal trees offering a bit of shade. Those who like nothing more than lounging on the beach and dipping into the water every now and then can't find a better place to laze around than on the beaches of Costa Rica. But these beaches are not only good for doing nothing, but for water sports as well. Surfing is one of the most popular water sports in Costa Rica, with fans among the locals and tourists ali... [ read more ]

Nicoya Peninsula, a surfer's paradise

Nicoya Peninsula, a surfer’s paradise

Costa Rica is not only a tropical paradise for those who want to trek through jungles and see nightlife, but also for those who like to have their fun on the beach. The beaches of Costa Rica are famous all over the world, and many people come simply to take in the scenery, laze on the beach and swim, but more active travelers might have other things in their mind as well. Surfing is a very popular pastime in Costa Rica, among the locals and travelers alike, and there are more reputed surfing... [ read more ]

Tamarindo, Costa Rica's tropical paradise

Tamarindo, Costa Rica’s tropical paradise

It's a well known fact that Costa Rica is a trop[ical dream, but even such places have a beating heart where you can enjoy all that Costa Rica is famous for, all in one place. Tamarindo is the tropical paradise of Costa Rica, and probably the best introduction to the country that one could wish for. This small town of about 500 inhabitants grows ten times more populous in peak holiday season, thanks to the hordes of tourists who come to enjoy the town's spectacular rainforests, surfing spots... [ read more ]

The best eco-lodges in Costa Rica

The best eco-lodges in Costa Rica

Costa Rica's breath-taking jungles and national parks did not have to wait long before becoming the target of eco tours. Eco tourism is very important in a country with such precious natural resources as Costa Rica, and where the preservation of the environment is intimately tied to tourism. While Costa Rican towns and cities are definitely worth visiting, it is the natural wonders such as the Arenal Volcano or Manuel Antonio and Corcovado National Parks that attract the most visitors. Fortu... [ read more ]

A traveler's guide to Manuel Antonio National Park

A traveler’s guide to Manuel Antonio National Park

Costa Rica has some stunning beaches and pleasant cities, and all in all it is one of the best travel destinations in Central America that you could find anywhere. But it is the extraordinary wildlife and rich flora that make Costa Rica truly special. It is not surprising then that Manuel Antonio National Park, despite being the smallest national park in the country, is one of its most popular tourist attractions. Over 150,000 people visit the park every year thanks to its captivating beache... [ read more ]