Costa Rica is one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world. For a small country, it packs a lot into its compact size. As mentioned in an earlier post, its the ideal destination for nature lovers, adventure seekers and anyone wanting to improve their health and well-being. It is also a perfect destination for spending time at the beach and for water-based activities. But with its lush volcanic landscapes, “pure vida” lifestyle and abundance of wildlife, there are so many activities for you to experience in Costa Rica. I share just 12 below.
If you’re planning a trip to Costa Rica, whether you’re travelling solo, vacationing with your partner or touring the country with a group, here are a few general travel tips, that will be useful before and during your trip. I also share some safety tips for solo females as well as all travellers to Costa Rica.
Costa Rica is a peaceful nation in Central America where the “Pure Vida” lifestyle carries over in everything Costa Ricans (Ticos) do. An ideal destination for adventure seekers, nature lovers and anyone wanting to relax or rejuvenate in nature, but do you know the following 6 things about Costa Rica?
With its long coastlines, warm ocean waters, volcanic landscapes, waterfalls, hot springs and cenotes, Costa Rica is an ideal destination for year-round adventures as well as relaxation, water sports and wellness experiences. An industry leader in sustainable tourism, Costa Rica’s expansive protected areas are especially suited for nature lovers looking for sustainable travel experiences. Below are five experiences you can have in Costa Rica.
This week on our virtual tour Around the World from A to Z, it’s all about Costa Rica. This Central American country has been on my bucket list for a while, and I can’t wait until we can travel again to explore its volcanoes, forests, rivers and waterfalls. I’m planning a women only travel group to this lush tropical destination for when we can travel again. In the meantime, here is some inspiration for you.
Rescued wild Puma, La Paz Waterfall Gardens Nature Park, Costa Rica The Puma’s territory ranges from British Columbia in Canada to Patagonia in Argentina/Chile. But this rescued wild puma can be seen at La Paz Waterfall Gardens Nature Park, Costa Rica. Depending on...