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Costa Rica tours

Those going on Costa Rica tours will follow in the footsteps of the explorer Columbus. Columbus had seen a lot but was definitely impressed by the spectacular coasts and jungles of Costa Rica. A tour of this country will leave an unforgettable impression on you. Rugged mountain peaks, volcanoes, rainforests and tropical beaches make this small country sensational!

Costa Rica travel is a particularly rewarding experience for nature lovers. A third of the country consists of reserves, where you see brightly coloured tree frogs next to caimans, tapirs and even jaguars in the dense forests. You can also see squirrel monkeys, toucans, iguanas, coatis, sloths and the rare quetzal with its beautiful colours. Besides all the beautiful green of the jungle, you will also find the most dazzling beaches with palm trees and a clear blue sea. Between the beautiful coral reefs is great snorkelling. The atmosphere allows you to completely relax and make the most of your group trip through Costa Rica.

If you travel through Costa Rica, then you will encounter one of the most active volcanoes: Arenal. You hear the rumble from inside the volcano, which creates a mysterious feeling. Want to experience more adventure? Then a "canopy tour" might be for you. Using ropes and bridges suspended high in the trees move yourself through the forest for some spectacular moments. During tours through Costa Rica you can also partake in plenty of other activities, such as horseback riding, rafting or hiking. If you take a boat trip during your tour of Costa Rica, then there is a big chance that dolphins will swim happily along with you and you can even spot whales, with some luck!

Costa Rica is a beautiful country and group tours to Costa Rica are undoubtedly worthwhile. The overwhelming flora and fauna, the many activities that you can join and the relaxing beaches make it an ideal mix. Whichever one of our Costa Rica tours you opt for, it will stay with you for the rest of your life!

Country info Costa Rica

  • Background information
  • Culture Costa Rica
    The cultural differences between Europe and Central America are huge, one could write a very large book on the subject. Below you will find some useful hints that we have pick
  • Religion Costa Rica
    The larger part of the population is Roman-Catholic, introduced and enforced by the Spanish colonialists, who used religion as a control mechanism. Now 85% are Roman Catholic, and 15% Protestant.
  • Festivals Costa Rica
    Public holidays: Because we will be travelling in a Christian country, so Christmas, Three Kings Day (January 6) and Easter are celebrated across the country. During the Hol
  • Food and drinks Costa Rica
    Costa Rican food is quite unpretentious. There are plenty of restaurants, but you might want to visit a small 'soda' (restaurant with local dishes). Preferably visit busy rest
  • Tipping Costa Rica
    Restaurant and hotel employees are not well paid. You may not have a ready solution for the country’s poverty, but the least you can do is to tip the ones working for yo
  • Weather and climate Costa Rica
    Climate: Costa Rica enjoys a tropical climate and temperatures depend more on differences in height than the time of the year, varying between twenty degrees Celcius in the hi
  • Population Costa Rica
    Costa Rica’s 4 million inhabitants (71 per sq. km.), called 'Tico's' or 'Tica's', are predominantly (95%) descended from Spaniards and, for the most part, Catholic. Duri
  • Landscape Costa Rica
    Costa Rica covers 51,100 sq. km and is about nine times smaller than the UK. It borders both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean. The coastal plains are low, contras
  • Practical information
  • Arrival information Costa Rica
    On your first day in San José, take it easy. Take time to adapt and acclimatize. The change of climate and time difference can be quite challenging. Setting off to expl
  • Time differences Costa Rica
    In Costa Rica it is 6 hours earlier than in the UK (during summertime 7 hours). For Western Europe: 7 hours (during summertime 8 hours) earlier.
  • Money Costa Rica
    The amount of pocket money we advise, is the minimum you spend on meals, drinks, optional excursions, entrance fees, local airport tax and tips. The amount of money you will f
  • Luggage and clothing Costa Rica
    This tour leads us through tropical lowland as well as high mountainous areas, the latter enjoying a moderate climate, which may include cold nights. Therefore, bring along th
  • Electricity Costa Rica
    Electricity is the same as in the United States: 110-125 volt, 60 hertz, with matching (plug) sockets, so you need an adaptor. There are power failures in Costa Rica so it is wise to bring along a pocket lamp.
  • Safety Costa Rica
    In the cities sometimes pickpockets are at work. A simple method keeps them away from you: stash your big money and valuables underneath your clothing, in a non-visible manner
  • Health Costa Rica
    Travellers to Central America who pay some attention to hygiene and skincare usually don’t run into health problems. However, we would like you to pay attention to the f
  • Information for people at home Costa Rica
    Ensure that those at home know in which country you are and how long you are planning to stay away. You should fix a date when you will contact them. Making telephone calls fr
  • Photographs Costa Rica
    Good-quality film rolls can be bought everywhere in the larger cities. Check the best-before date and only buy from stores where the materials are kept in cold storage. The be
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