Discover the wonders of Costa Rica on our escorted group tours and tailor-made holidays, covering the main sites and a range of activities from canopy zip-lining and white water rafting to river kayaking and snorkelling.
The tiny nation of Costa Rica is a peaceful and staggeringly beautiful oasis located along the narrowest strip of Central America. Bordered by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean the country boasts idyllic white-sand beaches with world-class surf waves and colourful marine life. Being one of the most biologically diverse places on earth and nestled between Nicaragua and Panama, the landscape in beautiful Costa Rica varies from smouldering volcanoes, lofty mountains to lush cloud forests and marshy low lands with and a rich variety of flora and fauna as well. With a range of Costa Rica guided group tours departing in 2019 and 2020, as well as classic private itineraries that include the country's top sites, we hope to welcome you on holiday soon.
Upcoming Costa Rica Trips 2019 and 2020
|Wonders of Central America - 22 days||Panama City (Panama), Panama||19 Oct 2019||USD $4,595|||
|Classic Costa Rica - 8 days||San Jose, Costa Rica||09 Nov 2019||USD $2,295|||
|Ultimate Costa Rica - 15 days||San Jose, Costa Rica||01 Dec 2019||USD $4,495|||
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Thinking about planning an adventure to Costa Rica this year? Our team of expert tailor made consultants are at hand to help you create that dream holiday, suited exactly to your needs.
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Costa Rica Day Tours and Excursions
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Go canyoning in the Lost Canyon, near the Arenal Volcano, rappel down cliffs next to three...
Costa Rica tour reviews
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Guide couldn’t have been better. Tour well organised and gave opportunities to experience as much as possible within a limited time.”
Scott was enthusiastic, organised, relaxed and great company. He's an excellent tour guide who was so willing to make sure everyone was having a great time. Thoroughly enjoyed this trip, would recommend to any and all.”
Becky has by far been the best tour guide l've had so far!! She made everything so ready and a truly wonderful experience!! I would recommend her to anyone and everyone ❤️”
Recent Travel Articles on Costa-Rica
Costa Rica's tropical forests are home to a staggering diversity of wildlife from screeching howler monkeys to sleepy sloths, toucans to the elusive jaguar. Spot the stars of Costa Rica's incredible animal kingdom in the misty Monteverde Cloudforest Reserve, relax on the pristine beaches of the Manual Antonio National Park, dive among the colourful coral reefs of Cahuita National Park or hike around the perfect conical-shaped Arenal Volcano - the options are endless.
Recommended places to visit in Costa Rica
With such an outstanding biodiversity protected by a multitude of national parks and marine reserves, Costa Rica is a dream outdoor destination and to help get you started we've put together a selection of our favourite spots in Costa Rica worth visiting.
Located on the Pacific Coast and encompassing a varied landscape of stunning beaches, steamy rainforest and beautiful lagoons, Manuel Antonio is one of Costa Rica's most popular national parks. A plethora of wildlife can be found in Manuel Antonio including sloth, pelican, white-faced monkeys and iguanas, and it's a great spot for bird watching. Water-based activities from white water rafting to paddle boarding and diving around the 12 offshore islands are also a major drawcard.
With lush mountains carpeted with plantations and agricultural terraces, the Central Valley is a particularly scenic region and home to over two thirds of Costa Rica's population. A number of attractive towns dot the region and serve as important centres of arts and crafts with regular markets perfect for a spot of souvenir shopping as well as a host of outdoor activities from bungee jumping to trekking.
Encompassing 26,000 acres of pristine cloudforest, the Monteverde Reserve is home to a diverse range of species including the resplendent quetzal, howler monkeys and sloths, alongside some 2,500 different plant species. It's also a fantastic example of sustainable tourism with income from entrance fees directed back into educative, preservation and research programs.
Situated in the northeast of the country on the Caribbean coast, Tortuguero National Park is famous for the turtle that come to its stunning beaches to nest. Giant leatherback, hawksbill, loggerhead and the endangered green turtles all come here during the nesting season of July to October with 22 miles of beach protected for this very reason.