We have spent many years exploring Costa Rica and have complied information about the best Costa Rica vacation destinations to make your vacation planning easier. We can help you decide where to stay in Costa Rica. Costa Rica is a beautifully diverse country with so much to see and do. We can also suggest the best places to visit in Costa Rica. In fact, many people decide to travel throughout the country, choosing 2 -3 destinations for a 7 to 10 day-long Costa Rica vacation. Others decide to stay in one place to get to know the area and culture. The choice is up to you! Once you know where you want to go, we can help you choose activities, hotels and transport. Our well-traveled Adventure Specialists will help you plan the perfect Costa Rica vacation and you the best places where to stay in Costa Rica!
This is one of the most popular beaches to visit in Costa Rica, especially for the yoga and surf culture created by locals and visitors from all over the world. The nightlife is fantastic as well, as Tamarindo is home to many bars and discos. This is the ideal place for groups of friends, couples, or families who like to get in on the action of a lively town.
Tenorio is a region of Costa Rica off the beaten path, located at the base of the Tenorio Volcano and skirted by the Tenorio and Corobici Rivers in the Guanacaste province. Many tourists stop by our Tenorio Adventures Route 1 Restaurant right on the Pan-American Highway outside of the town of Canas for some delicious home-cookin’. You can also stop in during your travels to take advantage of the Tenorio River, famous for whitewater rafting and safari floats.
The meeting of freshwater canals and the Caribbean sea has created an immense amount of biodiversity in Tortuguero, Costa Rica. There are over 300 species of birds, 60 species of mammals, 100 species of reptiles, 57 species of amphibians and two different types of monkeys. Rent a kayak or canoe and paddle through the canals to see these crocodiles, tropical birds, white faced monkeys, iguanas, poison dart frogs, two toed sloths and more up close and personal.