Exotic Adventures in Costa Rica

Trip and Travel News describes the country of Costa Rica in Latin America as a Small Country of Great Adventures focusing on the diversity of adventures featuring its beautiful scenery, ideal for those who enjoy traveling in search of eco tourism. To enjoy your Costa Rica travel, we recommend considering your stay as a series of small adventures in strictly ecotourism through cloven volcanic jungle tours, adventures in 4×4 vehicles in the hills of Guanacaste or the thrilling Windsurfing on the desert coast of the Osa Peninsula.

Costa Rica Beautiful Lush Scenery

Costa Rica Beautiful Lush Scenery

Costa Rica Crashing Waves

Costa Rica Crashing Waves

Costa Rica Beautiful Landscape

Costa Rica Beautiful Landscape

Adventures in Costa Rica offer you the following. You’ll have a chance to surf in Tamarindo, preferred by many to be the heart of surfing in Latin America and the town has several schools, equipment rentals, boat trips and places to camp. You’ll also be able to adventure in 4×4 through the jungles of Tortuguero where you will see a variety of wildlife such as alligators, jaguars, tapirs and a host of hawks. Afterwards you can go rafting in the rivers of Costa Rica, where we recommend you cross the white river Pacuare that is very exciting.

Costa Rica Shore

Costa Rica Shore

Costa Rica Hidden Beach

Costa Rica Hidden Beach

Once you get to Ponto Dare you should look for a guided tour of an active volcano in the evening, a spectacular red lava descending from the top of the Arenal Volcano to the lush forests of Monteverde. Finally you’ll be able to also enjoy its beautiful diving in coral reefs like no other in the world. We invite you to discover the adventure of living eco tourism at its best in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica Volcano

Costa Rica Volcano

Costa Rica River swim

Costa Rica River swim

Costa Rica photos: Sylvia Sanchez, Marc Hors Domingo, Meaningful Travel, dotpitch, Jeff Lwis, Janelle Streed.

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