南美当地向导YolandaReceiving tourists to Arenal Volcano Park, the bubble volcanic hot springs are simply too enjoyable. Brotherland is really a country braving fairy tales! There are more than 270 volcanoes. The most famous is Arenal Volcano, located near La Fortuna, a well-known tourist resort in northern Costa Rica. It had a devastating eruption in 1968 and entered a long-term dormant state after 2010. It is now a national park for tourists to visit. On the way to the volcano, you can see many small ants moving in groups and carrying mini leaves. The view from the observation deck is very good. There is always a cloud of mist around the crater, surrounded by cloud forests. There is a restaurant next to it, where you can have a drink overlooking the volcano. The scenery here is too suitable for wide-angle, enjoy pure life pura vida! ❤️For more local fun in Costa Rica, please consult me!
_We***54Active volcano, a bit high in altitude. However, when you arrive in Costa Rica, you must see it. The scenery is really good, there are also cloud seas. You can see the Caribbean when the weather is good. There is a bus directly opposite the National Theatre.
乖小咪The Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve in Santa Elena, Costa Rica is a very beautiful tropical rainforest park. The misty scenery here is very charming all year round. With beautiful lakes, towering volcanoes, and magnificent valleys, it is definitely a paradise for hikers.
乖小咪Tamarindo Beach is the most beautiful beach in Nicoya, Costa Rica. The sea here is very blue, and the beach is very clean and soft. It has hardly been developed commercially. Everything is so pure and pristine. It is definitely a good place to relax and play in the sea on vacation.
pxy0705La Fortuna Waterfall in Costa Rica is one of the most famous natural sights here. Although the strange rocks of the waterfall are not very large, the drop is relatively high. There is a deep pool below which attracts many tourists to swim here. The waves of the water column machine are very large and powerful.
乖小咪Puntarenas is a famous tropical rain forest, and there are basically no roads in some places. The best way to visit here is to participate in the zipline. A zipline, crossing the forest, can experience such thrills and see the beauty of the entire tropical rainforest, which is really very special.
El Coco, Guanacaste is one of the most popular beaches in Costa Rica. Nothing like having a cold drink while you enjoy the view, walk over the sand and get inside that refreshing blue waters. By looking at the ocean, feeling the warm salty wind in your face, you will see how the time stops just to the sound of the waves.
This beach is internationally recognized for diving and surfing. Taking a boat ride to surrounding islets it’s a must. Many tours are available daily for different adventures, depending on your mood. You can also enjoy a beer watching the amazing sunset, while you have some chicharrones (fried pork) or a wonderful steak casado. Don’t forget to add ceviche to whatever meal you’re having, or just with a nice cold drink. It’s extremely important to keep hydrating your body (water & sunscreen) because of the dry weather.
Most of Costa Rica’s beaches hold the Ecologic Blue Flag award to demonstrate their commitment with conservation and green community lifestyle, and Playas del Coco is not the exception. Tourists are requested to follow all recycling and clean behavior to minimize impact in local environment.
There are plenty hotels, restaurants and shops in the area, varies from simple to very fancy locals, all of them with a great view and surrounded by nature. You can take a bus directly from San José downtown to Playas del Coco, ride can take six hours. Libera airport is an hour distance.
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Costa Rica offers a dizzying suite of outdoor adventures in every shape and size – from the squeal-inducing rush of a canopy zipline to a sun-dazed afternoon at the beach. National parks allow visitors to glimpse life in both rainforest and cloud forest, simmering volcanoes offer otherworldly vistas, and reliable surf breaks are suited to beginners and experts alike. Such wildlife abounds in Costa Rica as to seem almost cartoonish: keel-billed toucans ogle you from treetops and scarlet macaws raucously announce their flight plans. Blue morpho butterflies flit amid orchid-festooned trees, while colorful tropical fish, sharks, rays, dolphins and whales thrive offshore – all as if in a conservationist’s dream.
Centering yourself on a surfboard or yoga mat, descending into bat-filled caves or ascending misty volcanic peaks, hiking, biking or ziplining – your only limit is your return date.
Hidden deep into the rainforest is a luxury gem that should be experienced by anyone who's in need of a mental detox. @thespringscostarica has simply blown me away! They offer exceptional service and unparralled views of the Arenal volcano. I mean, as soon as you walk into the lobby, the volcano is ALL up in your face. It gives the illusion as if you can almost touch it. It's stunning and mesmerizing beyond words!
The resort is home to 28 hot springs of varying temps and boasts a whole host of activities at their Club Rio. From river tubing, to horseback riding through a river, to rock climbing to wildlife sanctuaries; the property is very much self-contained.
I hope you enjoy this new series of posts as much as I enjoyed creating them. And if you're deciding on accommodation for Costa Rica, @thespringscostarica has my vote!
Playa Conchal in Costa Rica is where to go if you want both relaxation and to see wildlife. Staying near the beach will yield both views of the ocean and animals. Dont miss eating ripe fruit as well!
No trip to Costa Rica is complete without a visit to Manuel Antonio! Make your way to the national park and then to the ocean where you will be met with great views and warm water. The wildlife is plentiful and you might see a sloth!
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