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Splendor Of Costa Rica Tour

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Discover the best of Costa Rica with the 9-day program. You will be amazed at the Arenal Volcano. Experience nature at its best at The Cloud Forest in Monteverde and enjoy the best beaches of . .
Country: Costa Rica
City: Arenal
Duration: 9 Day(s) - 8 Night(s)
Tour Category: Nature Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99
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Discover the best of Costa Rica with the 9-day program. You will be amazed at the Arenal Volcano. Experience nature at its best at The Cloud Forest in Monteverde and enjoy the best beaches of Costa Rica in Guanacaste. Our country, located in Central America, is an isthmus where life seems to have created its roots. Covering only 0.03% of the surface of our planet, Costa Rica has approximately 6% of the world’s biodiversity.

Explore More About Costa Rica's Nature:

Tortuguero National Park:

This is one of the few Costa Rican National Parks where walking quietly isn’t necessarily the best way to see things.

Attracting wildlife enthusiasts from around the globe, the small town of Tortuguero on Costa Rica’s northern Caribbean Coast is named for the famed sea turtles that come to the area to nest. Tortuguero’s dense jungle maze of winding canals is evocative of the wild Amazon. Afloat down these ominous brown waters is an adventure in itself as you’re sure to hear the howling of monkeys and screeching of exotic birds along the way.

Home to the celebrated Tortuguero National Park, the network of canals, rivers, lagoons, beaches, and dense rainforest here are interlinked. This is one of the rainiest parts of Costa Rica, which contributes to its rich biodiversity. Exploring these canals and observing the wildlife by boat, kayak, or canoe is a wonderfully relaxing and peaceful way to experience nature.

Coffee Plantation in Costa Rica:

You have heard about Costa Rica’s wildlife, lush rainforest, and breathtaking beaches, all of which have made it famous. There is, however, another reason to add Costa Rica to your travel bucket list: coffee.

Besides winning prestigious awards in international competitions, Costa Rican coffee has grown to be much more than an economic boost to the local culture. This brief guide will show you where you can enjoy this tasty tradition.

Costa Rica offers a combination of ideal conditions to produce quality coffee beans: higher altitudes, fertile soils of volcanic origin combined with cool climates, and steady rainfall, producing beans with fine flavors and aromas. For quality control, since 1989, 100% of the coffee produced in Costa Rica is arabica beans.

La Tirimbina Biological Reserve:

Tirimbina Rainforest Center is a national wildlife refuge operated as an education, research, and eco-tourism center. It was founded by a private foundation in Milwaukee (yes the one in Wisconsin) but is now owned and operated by its foundation.

Trails right outside the rooms lead to a Puente Colgante (suspension bridge) over the Sarapiquí River and into a wonderland. The river can be vicious in the rainy season and act as a natural barrier to farming, ranching, and development. It protected the rainforest until a modern NGO took over and on the other side, you’ll find Costa Rica nature at its best.

Manuel Antonio National Park:

Manuel Antonio is one of its jewels you need to know. An amazing flora & fauna that you can discover visiting the National Park as well as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The area unique atmosphere, and many activities so everybody can find what they are looking for. With your family, couple or friends, eco-tourists, seeking exciting adventures, or just relaxing, you came to the right place.

Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve:

Established in 1972 by a coalition of scientists from the Tropical Science Center (TSC) and Quakers from the local community to protect one of the last tracts of pristine Cloud Forest in Central America, the Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Preserve is a pioneer and progressive conservation and ecotourism model based in biodiversity research and education.

Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge:

A stunning natural refuge, Caño Negro is considered by many to be the third most important wetland in the world. Lying very close to the border of Nicaragua, the Caño Negro Wildlife Refuge is located in Alajuela province in the counties of Los Chiles and Guatuso.

The Nicoya Peninsula:

The Nicoya Peninsula is the perfect off-the-beaten-path escape. Explore Blue Zone living & detox from daily stresses at this international wellness destination. The peninsula is habitually overlooked by many travelers, but those willing to stray from the beaten path will be met with stunning natural landscapes and seclusion.

Arenal Volcano:

Located in northern Costa Rica, Arenal Volcano is one of the most popular destinations in Costa Rica. Countless tours take place in the area surrounding the volcano and for good reason! With access to the rainforest, waterfalls, a volcano, the country’s largest lake, and a diverse selection of hotels, it’s no wonder Arenal has become the adventure capital of Costa Rica.

La Fortuna Waterfall:

The little farming town of La Fortuna near Arenal Volcano is named for its beautiful neighbor, the La Fortuna Waterfall. As one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the country, it’s appropriate that La Fortuna has become so well known!

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