From the Osa Peninsula to the Pacific.
You’ll find yourself exploring the rainforests and parks of the Osa Peninsula – home to over 300 species of birds – before going sea kayaking, game fishing and horse riding.
You’ll see monkeys, sloths, turtles and caiman in the Arenal region and take mud baths near the hot springs of Rincon de la Vieja.
On Tamarindo and Langosta Beaches on the North Pacific coast you can find virtually deserted sands for relaxing days in the sun – as well as the variety of habitats and wildlife offered by Santa Rosa National Park and PaloVerde.
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