Located in Las Catalinas on Costa Rica’s gorgeous Pacific Coast, this stunning 6-bedroom villa offers ample outdoor living space and interiors that exude a refined but relaxed vibe, complete with hanging couches on the terrace. Perfect for a large family or group, there’s a private courtyard garden here and a stunning pool that sits at its centre. With a distinctly Mediterranean feel, the bedrooms are spread between the main house and a guest house. The dining room looks out to the pool and the living room is both contemporary and comfortable.
Stretching over 34,000 acres, this park is home to 2 coastlines, 2 volcanoes, 32 rivers and streams and an incredible array of flora and fauna. Activity abounds here – go hiking, horseback riding, enjoy hot springs, and much more.
Located in central Costa Rica, this 200-foot waterfall is a great place to explore. The falls emerge from thick jungle before plummeting into an emerald green pool below. If you’re feeling adventurous, go for a swim!
One of the oldest beach communities, it is also one of the fastest growing areas of tourism. If you are looking to mix and mingle, enjoy parties at the beach, a variety of watersports, even some fishing, this is the town for you.
The closest major beach town to San José, this surfer hangout is bustling day and night. With a seemingly endless list of activities available – from surf lessons and ATV tours, to catamaran cruises and sport fishing – this is a one-stop-shop.
Located in central San José, this historic theatre first opened to the public in 1897. Today it is one of the city’s most popular attractions as people flock to see the lavish furnishings and beautiful murals.
Go for a heart-pumping ride along the 13km Toro River, one of Costa Rica’s most thrilling rafting experiences. With big waves, technical rapids and continuous whitewater, these class 3 / 4 rapids also offer scenic views of Mt. Arenal.
These are Costa Rica’s largest network of naturally flowing thermal mineral springs. Flanked by the Arenal Volcano at one end and the national park at the other, you’ll love the views and the kids will love the warm water!
This 35,089-acre reserve is home to over 100 species of mammals, 400 species of birds, and 1,200 species of amphibians and reptiles. Take a hike, go zip-lining, hope on a horse and more! There are also butterfly farms and insect museums here.
Though the smallest national park it has a great abundance of wildlife. There are hiking trails, viewpoints, and beautiful beaches, but the main attractions are the monkeys and sloths that call this place home.
The beaches at this park are famous nesting grounds for sea turtles, includes the endangered green turtles. The surrounding dense rainforest is also rich with wildlife, from monkeys and sloths to many different species of birds.
One of the most popular activities in Costa Rica, canopy zip line tours are found throughout the country, but the most popular are the ones close to the Arenal Volcano. At times you are flying some 40m above the rainforest!