A Happiness-Filled Tour the Costa Rica Way

by Jan 24, 2022

On a Costa Rica tour, you’ll learn about and experience Pura Vida, the famous catchphrase for living a good, happy life. This country is of breathtaking natural beauty, stretching from the Caribbean coast to the Pacific Ocean through volcanic mountains and dense forests.

Costa Rica is a true wildlife haven. This Central American country has long been at the forefront of ecotourism, and sustainable tourism initiatives have protected forests covering 25% of its land area. The Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve’s rich virgin forests are known for a mile-long face-down zip line and an incredible variety of birdlife. Adventurers will enjoy the Arenal Volcano area, surrounded by beautiful mountains. Hiking in the woods, mountain biking, and rainbow trout fishing are just a few activities available. Suppose you don’t want to get your adrenaline pumping. In that case, you can instead enjoy the relaxing thermal pools and the incredible botanical diversity of this land, which includes many different types of orchids and ferns.

The mini-Amazon-like Tortuguero region’s aquatic highway of crisscrossing rivers, canals, and dense rainforest is home to howler and spider monkeys, sloths, toucans, green macaws, and other wildlife a plethora of other fauna. The area’s beaches are home to nesting giant sea turtles (Tortugas), which give the area its name.

Costa Rica’s extensive coastline has plenty of beautiful white-sand beaches if you want to spend some time in the sun and sand. Go to San José, the capital, with architecture, a thriving nightlife, restaurants, and a thriving theatre, art, and cultural scene for a change of pace.

In a popular holiday destination like Costa Rica, it’s easy to get caught up in peak crowds or choose the wrong season for an activity. Unless, of course, your trip planner is Vibes Group UK, whose consultants will ensure that you have the right mix and balance in your itinerary. You will be able to enjoy yourself as a result of this both the famous but stunning Manuel Antonio National Park and lesser-known gems such as the Osa Peninsula, waterfalls in Bajos del Toro, and quiet beaches in Playa Uvita.

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