Costa Rica has been the epicentre of the ecotourism movement now for well over 20 years.
At 51,100 sq km, Costa Rica occupies just 0.03% of the world’s land mass yet it is home to a disproportionately large 5% of the worlds biodiversity. That is, in part, thanks to nearly a quarter of its landmass being either protected or designated as various national parks.
Straddling the Continental Divide, just 3 hours from the white palm fringed beaches of the Pacific Coast you can be zipping (literally) through the canopy of the Monteverde Cloud Forest on the longest zip line in the Southern Hemisphere.
Today Costa Rica is known for its adrenalin infused activities as well as its picture perfect white sandy beaches and with a friendly welcome from everyone that makes this country their home it has never been more popular.
Now is the perfect time for you to discover for yourself why Costa Rica has been a perennial favourite of the Central American region since the early ’90’s.