Of course, the prime reason for visiting Costa Rica has to be the wonderful wildlife of places like the Osa Peninsula with its astonishing birdwatching (over 300 recorded species) and vast Corcovado Park. In the Arenal Volcanic Region you’ll see three-toed sloths, caiman, howler monkeys and spider monkeys.
But it’s not all about wildlife. Costa Rica also offers you experiences like mud bathing and soaking in natural springs at Rincon de la Vieja. Not to mention exploring thorny deserts, wetlands and mangroves in Santa Rosa National Park and Palo Verde or – perhaps even more appealing – chilling out on the pristine beaches of the North Pacific Coast.