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This country really is a nature-lover's paradise. On a 2-week holiday you can travel from the Caribbean Sea to the Pacific Ocean, taking in the incredible variety of landscapes en route - Arenal volcano, the cloudforest at Monteverde, Tortuguero National Park...


Sightings of famous locals such as the red-eyed frog and sloths are part and parcel of most visits here. And unique opportunities to welcome newborn green turtles to the world or watch mother whales teach their offspring to swim in the Pacific, make holidays to Costa Rica truly unforgettable.


This is a stunning part of the country and well worth including on a tailor-made trip to Costa Rica.You can explore the area by combining a multitude of activities such as canopy walkways, horse riding, canoeing and walking.


Monteverde Cloudforest is world famous. There are 2 reserves here and both offer the opportunity to explore the lush scenery amongst hundreds of species of birds, insects, butterflies and plants. And there are some amazing lodges to stay in this area.

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The Beaches

End your Costa Rica adventure with time at the beach. The Nicoya Peninsula and Guanacaste coastlines are fringed by some of the country’s most idyllic beaches. Spend a few days in lovely Tamarindo or Playa Potrero on the North Pacific Coast.Or there are some lovely beaches on the Central Pacific Coast bordering Manuel Antonio National Park.



Travelling as part of a group is the best value option for a holiday here - I have suppliers who offer adventure trips where you can zip-line through the jungle, and others with tours that are more sedate. Or I can work with specialist suppliers to create a private journey tailored to your needs.


Spend a few hours luxuriating in the Eco Termales Hot Springs in the Arenal area – it’s one of those wow moments that you’ll always remember.

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