«You love the ocean? Whether it be kayaking, stand-up paddle and or surfing..... The west coast of Costa Rica offers the ideal conditions to practice your aquatic activities, in the tranquility of estuaries or surfing the perfect breakers, the best of both worlds.
For travelers who want authenticity, an experience off the beaten classical paths or an indigenous cultural insight, the BORUCA reserve in southwest Costa Rica is a must. This community is a fine example of local collaboration for equitable tourism.
With over 900 species of birds surveyed in this small country, it goes without saying that Costa Rica is the ultimate destination for any birder, whether novice or connoisseur. More than 120 species have been observed in the gardens of Diquis del Sur, making it a privileged place for observation.
The southwest coast of Costa Rica bordered by mountains and valleys that reach the Pacific Ocean has yet to be discovered by mass tourism. Nature-oriented activities are offered, each very different from the other, but all share Costa Rica's wild and preserved rainforest as a backdrop.
Does adrenaline fuel you? Costa Rica will deliver! From raging white river rafting to zip lines in the canopy without mentioning the underwater world of the Pacific, be assured that you will leave Costa Rica with unforgettable memories.
Costa Rica’s national park system is a network of protected rainforests, tropical dry forests, cloud forests, marine areas, and wetlands which cover more than 25% of the country's territory. In the southwestern region, you will find the very famous Manuel Antonio and also Corcovado National Park that encompasses the only remaining old growth wet forests on the Pacific coast of Central America.