- San José Tortuguero Arenal Volcano Monteverde Cloudforest Manuel Antonio
- Starting From : Please contact us for customized tour price
- Length : 12 Days/11 Nights
Prices are in USD, per person based on double occupancy
Dec - Apr
San José (SJO)
“Pura Vida” (or “pure life”) is not just a catchphrase; it’s the way of life in Costa Rica. One of the most biodiverse places on earth, this beautiful country is filled with lush rainforests, unspoiled beaches, an abundance of wildlife, and active volcanoes. Above all, Costa Rica makes a perfect green destination. 30 percent of its land is under conversation measures, and over 99 percent of its electricity is generated by renewable energy.
On an eco-friendly vacation with Recherché Journeys, stay at green resorts, eat at farm-to-table restaurants, and enjoy endless adventures. Zipline through cloud-covered rainforests, descend into bat-filled caves, surf warm turquoise waters, hike active volcanoes and observe the nesting turtles.
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National Parks: Costa Rica has 27 national parks that consist of cloud forests, rain forests, swamps, coral reefs and, dry forests. See the stunning Rio Celeste waterfall that cascades into a deep blue pool at Tenorio Volcano National Park. Corcovado National Park is one of the world’s most biodiverse regions. Tortuguero National Park or ‘Land of Turtles’ is the Amazon rainforest of Costa Rica and is home to sixty species of mammals.
Volcanos: Among six active volcanos in Costa Rica, Arenal Volcano is the most popular. The region of Arenal Volcano National Park offers incredible hiking, rappelling, rafting, mountain biking among plentiful wildlife, and picturesque views. It is most famous for its soothing geothermal hot springs.
Wildlife: Over 30 percent of Costa Rica is dedicated to national parks. There are over 500,00 species of animals and birds, including howler monkeys, colorful butterflies, scarlet macaws, humpback whales, sharks, rays, dolphins, iguanas, sea turtles, sloths, and 50 different species of hummingbirds!
Beaches: Costa Rica has over 800 miles of shoreline full of pristine beaches and turquoise waters. Tamarindo, the laid-back coastal town with an Afro-Caribbean vibe, is famous for the nesting beaches where you can watch the turtles laying eggs or eggs hatching. Guanacaste offers world-class spas at exclusive resorts and perfect lazy beach days. At the same time, the Nicoya Peninsula is famous for surfing, yoga, and wellness.
When to go
Best Time to Visit: From December to April (dry season). Average temperatures are pretty consistent year-round, with days in the high 70s and nights in the low 60s.
High Season: Mid December to April
Low Season: September and October are the wettest months