Attractions in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is chalk-full of attractions at almost every turn, and the country's natural wonders are world reknowned. From active volcanoes in multiple regions to spectacular national parks brimming with tropical flora and fauna to its flamboyant wildlife in every nook and cranny, Costa Rica is the attraction king of Central America. At the top of the list is the Arenal Volcano National Park, which excites those who visit with spewing lava at the height of the mountain- one of the world's 10 most active volcanoes- and natural hot springs refresh weary saokers below. Waterfalls rush from sides of cliffs into roaring rivers and inviting pools, making agua another major attraction of Costa Rica. White water rafting is an adventurous attraction of the Pacuare River and many other spots of the country. Manuel Antonio National Park and Corcovado National Park are but two of the nation's official attractions, all of which brim with stuff to see and feel unlike elsewhere in the world. Last on the this list is the Ruinas de Ujarrás, what is left of a colonial village abandoned after a flood in 1833- one of Costa Rica's least visited attractions but a peaceful sanctuary that makes it a must-see attraction for those who enjoy ruins.

Arenal Volcano National Park

La Fortuna - El Castillo

Bijagual Waterfalls

Tarcoles, Costa Rica

Tremendous waterfalls plunging to dense jungle deep in the Central Pacific... read more

Caribbean Rainforest Jungle Canopy Tour

Costa Rica

Why not do as the monkeys do? This is Costa Rica's most popular adventure experience... read more

Irazú Volcano National Park

Costa Rica

The Poas Volcano is an monumental symbol of the powerful geothermal forces that formed Costa Rica, with hiking trails and bird watching around it... read more

Manuel Antonio National Park

Costa Rica's first and most famous national park...
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Rancho la Merced National Wildlife Refuge

Ballena, Uvita, Costa Rica

Nauyaca waterfalls

Barú, Dominical, Costa Rica

Corcovado National Park

The "crown jewel" of Costa Rica's national parks, Corcovado has been called "the most biologically intense place on earth" by the National Geographic... read more

Pacuare river

Pacuare, Pavones, Costa Rica

Ruinas de Ujarrás

Ujarrás, Cervantes, Costa Rica

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