You can enjoy zipline thrilling rides, gondolas, or naturalist educational trips through the treetops.
Take a tour of a coffee farm and learn how coffee is processed. This trip also teaches about “Tico” history and culture.
This lake has constant warm waters (66 to 71 °F, 19-21 °C), average wind speeds of 24 mph (40 kph), and an exquisite setting for windsurfers.
Poás and Irazú are magnificent attractions.
Adjacent to the most popular places to sit back and relax are the canals of Tortuguero, the wetlands of Caño Negro, the mangroves of the Damas estuary, and The Manuel Antonio Park.
Enjoy tanning, swimming, surfing, sailing, scuba diving, snorkeling, and more.
Marco Antonio Park
This is a National Park in the Central Pacific Conservation Area located on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica, just south of the city of Quepos, Puntarenas. It is the destination of as many as 150,000 annual visitors, and well known for its beautiful beaches and hiking trails. In 2011, the Manuel Antonio Park was listed by Forbes to be among the world’s 12 most beautiful national parks.