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Costa Rica Pure Nature

Nestled in the tropics and bathed by two oceans is one of the countries with the greatest ecological diversity on the planet and therefore one of the meccas of ecotourism. Travelers looking for close contact with nature and wildlife, devotees of relax in ecolodges, hikers, birdwatchers, rafting enthusiasts in whitewater and canopy in the canopy of the rainforest, lovers of wild beaches , surfing and erupting volcanoes ... they all have an obligatory appointment with Costa Rica. We hope to help with this Costa Rica Tourism guide.

Discover the most beautiful places in Costa Rica?

 The Monteverde Cloud Forest is one of the most incredible ecosystems in Costa Rica. A paradise always green and full of many things to do while admiring the wonders of the place. Butterfly farms, hanging bridges, the possibility of bungee jumping, bird watching (attention to the quetzals!) And an enormous amount of meters of frond that will make you want to know the most remote parts of the forest. Separate note for the foliage of a kilometer long that seems to extend towards infinity.

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Tortuguero is an area of great importance for its remnants of very humid tropical forest, where rivers, canals and lagoons abound, which are used by both residents and tourists to navigate the park, where nature lovers can admire the exuberant flora and fauna of the place.

The park includes land and marine area. The reason for its creation was the protection of the green turtle, since this spawning area is the most important in the western Caribbean.
Manuel Antonio is one of the best-known natural parks of all those that cover Costa Rica. The Manuel Antonio National Park, in the province of Puntarenas, is one of the most spectacular. Its paradisiacal beaches, its air of relaxation and vegetation and its fauna make that everyone who enters does not want to leave. Yes, beware of the animals because it is very likely that when you get lost monkeys, raccoons or other animals, they steal your food.

Tortuguero, Lim�n

Manuel Antonio and the national parks of Costa Rica


The Celeste River is a river in Costa Rica, located in the canton of Guatuso in the province of Alajuela, within the Tenorio Volcano National Park, in the Arenal-Tempisque Conservation Area. It is formed by the confluence of the Buena Vista and Quebrada Agria rivers on the slopes of the Tenorio volcano. Due to its particular coloration, result of an optical effect produced by the dispersion of sunlight due to the high concentration of aluminum silicates that its waters possess, it is an important national and international tourist destination of this Central American country.
The spectacular conical shape of the volcano, which is imposed on the plains of northern Costa Rica, is the perfect welcome and a good introduction to all the activities you can do in the surroundings of the Arenal. Hot springs, horseback riding, viewpoints, forest and suspension bridges are just some of the options. Do not forget to visit the great Arenal Lake and the beautiful La Fortuna Waterfall, both under the imposing look of the massif. The volcano is the favorite destination of many when arriving in Costa Rica, and with just reasons!
Considered one of the most exotic beaches of the Costa Dorada of Costa Rica, Playa Conchal is located in the north of the province of Guanacaste on the shores of the Pacific Ocean. Two kilometers from Playa Brasilito, this wonderful beach is also a few steps from the famous Playa Flamingo and Tamarindo. Along with Playa Brasilito this beach is separated by a rocky promontory known as Punta Conchal, which gets its name from the sand found here that is made up of hundreds of millions of tiny agglomerated shells.

Arenal Volcano

Playa Conchal

Rio Celeste