Santa Teresa, Costa Rica is often called the country’s best surf destination thanks to its consistent waves forming on a point break. Surfers flock here year-round to hit the waves, and because of this, Santa Teresa boasts a laid-back, surfer town charm that appeals to visitors of all types and ages. It’s the biggest town
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Monteverde is home to Costa Rica’s oft-photographed cloud forest, a place that absolutely must be explored while you’re in the country. An old-growth forest that has been left untouched by development has made a perfect home for countless species of butterflies, tropical birds and rainforest mammals that you may never see anywhere else. Monteverde is
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Known mainly to local surfing enthusiasts, Playa Samara is the best beach in Costa Rica, according to TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice Awards in 2013, and others say it’s the safest beach in the country as well. Either way, the sand is white and the water is clear and has great spots for swimming and fishing, and
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The Four Seasons Resort on the Papagayo Peninsula on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast is often called the most elegant hotel and beach resort in the entire country and is renowned internationally for its supreme level of service, fine dining, beach club atmosphere and A-grade amenities. It starts with the valet parking when you first arrive
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Luxury vacation rentals are at their absolute best at Reserva Conchal, at the doorstep of one of Costa Rica’s nicest beaches and with access to all the activities and amenities to make your trip exceed your standards. The secluded vacation rental homes in Reserva Conchal were all uniquely designed to fit in with the naturally
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Luxury vacations are just the beginning of what you can find at Hacienda Pinilla, an exclusive community just a few minutes from Tamarindo. Here, you can challenge yourself and friends on an 18-hole Mike Young-designed golf course of international caliber, play on the sand and splash in the waves of arguably the nicest beach in
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Costa Rica’s natural protection area for caimans, howler monkeys, birds, lizards, turtles and more is set on 25,000 acres of grasslands, rainforest, marshes and three rivers, close to the impressive Arenal Volcano. On the lazy rivers, caimans bask in the sun during the day as the howlers play in the branches above, and you might
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Think “volcano” and you’ll probably picture Arenal, an impressive cone that towers above the flat plains stretched out below and remains active, spewing volcanic ash, clouds and even lava from its crater 5,300 feet above the ground. Arenal is thought to be a relatively young volcano, at about 7,500 years old and for the past
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Rio Celeste, or Celeste River, is a natural place of beauty that should not be missed on your trip to Costa Rica. Here, gushing waterfalls cascade off lush green ledges and into calm pools below, ideal for swimming among chirping birds and the best scenery any tropical rainforest has to offer. What really sets Rio
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Over the course of 70 million years, rainwater progressively carved into limestone formations under Barra Honda Peak, creating a cave system today that is one of Costa Rica’s most underrated natural sights. Barra Honda National Park’s cave system has, even today, only been discovered about halfway, but scientists have found bizarre species living in the
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Like Christmas, New Year’s in Guanacaste, Costa Rica is a party not to be missed, because of the ideal weather and the fun celebrations happening at the best towns and beaches in the country. Ask us about parties going on in the town you want to visit so you can best enjoy your New Year’s
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Christmas is a great time to visit Guanacaste, Costa Rica! Not only is the weather absolutely perfect at this time of year, with warm sunny days and no rain, there are lots of people around on the beaches to enjoy the holidays, restaurants put on Christmas specials and bars are full with locals and tourists
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