Thrill-seeking kayakers negotiate a perilous suspension bridge soaring over Costa Rica’s Savegre River, near Manuel Antonio National Park.
Looking for interesting and exciting tropic destinations, tourists find Costa Rica an exotic paradise. The country is famous for its biological diversity and varying geography with two coasts that provide a significant amount of tourist orientated or remote beaches. Additionally, you will encounter everything from exuberant rainforest to active volcanoes and windswept mountaintops. Costa Rica has the best developed conservation program in Latin America, one fourth of the country is protected by the government and 12% of the total area lies within one of the 25 National Parks that are found in Costa Rica. The protected areas are open to public and by visiting them you will have a good opportunity to see lazy sloths, fascinating caimans, magnificent sea turtles, beautiful butterflies, exotic birds, impressive reptiles and monkeys swinging in the trees. Apart from wildlife watching you can also take part in various more or less adventurous activities, such as white water rafting, fishing, diving, snorkeling and surfing.
Costa Rica is one of the safest countries in Central America since the political situation is stable and the army was abolished already in 1948. The people are peace loving, friendly and happy to share their beautiful country with visitors from all over the world.
Add a pleasant climate all year round and you can be sure that your trip to Costa Rica will be an unforgettable and enjoyable experience.