To See & Do

Much of Costa Rica's popularity lies in its extreme natural beauty. From relaxing in the hot springs to rainforest canopy adventures to strolling along the coastal beaches, Costa Rica is dense with activity and awe-inspiring scenery. Some of the most frequently visited sites include: La Paz Waterfall Gardens - Cascading waterfalls, a butterfly observatory, a jungle cat exhibit and a hummingbird garden are just some of the things visitors get to experience at La Paz. Volcanoes - Arenal is the most popular Volcano to visit. It is the country's most active volcano and Arenal National Park is home to the Tabacon Hot Springs. Poas Volcano National Park is another attractive volcano park to visit and is more convenient to access depending on your location. Tortuguero National Park - Tortuguero is the prime place to witness turtle nesting, and its network of lagoons and canals are ideal for nature cruises. Monteverde's Cloud Forest - This rainforest is home to over 100 species of mammals, 400 species of birds and 1500 species of plants. It also creates fantastic surroundings for zipline and canopy tours, which are quite popular in Monteverde. Corcovado National Park - the most ecologically diverse park in Costa Rica, it is ideal for a wide variety of activities including camping, horseback riding, canopy tours, snorkeling and kayaking. The park's beaches are also notable.