Costa Rica Paradise Destination


Costa Rica: when is the best time to visit ?

Best times of year: January, February, March, December

December to March is generally considered the dry season. Temperatures rise in April and the rains arrive on the Pacific side from May to November. The Atlantic side has no specific dry season but there is less rainfall between March and September.


Wildlife & Faune of Costa Rica


Red macaws twirling at the top of the forests, a province - the peninsula of Nicoya - that has pierced the secret of longevity and a territory that concentrates a great diversity of animals ... Costa Rica would it be paradise on earth? It looks like it.

A​nimal diversity

Costa Rica Beaches


With two coastlines surrounded by lush jungle, Costa Rica is famous for some of the most beautiful beaches in Central America. There are golden beaches on the Pacific that enjoy fabulous sunsets and powdery Caribbean beaches surrounded by candy-colored corals.

The sparkling white stand of Playa Conchal, Flamingo, Tamarindo , Samara or more others, wraps around a turquoise bay that’s perfect for swimming or snorkeling. 


Costa Rica Volcanoes


A​ land of fire

Girdled by the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, Costa Rica flourishes over two hundred kilometers wide. While the country is small, but rich in a variety of landscapes and microclimates that delight the eyes of its tropical forests with lush vegetation. With twenty-five per cent of protected territory and natural parks, Costa Rica is a land blessed by the gods ... with a strong temperament! Because, we must not forget that Costa Rica is also a land of fire. No less than one hundred and twelve volcanoes outline its relief. Among them, the Arena, whose fumes and incandescent larvae, attest to its activity. Unlike Irazu, which skilfully borders the capital San José. The country's highest volcano, its crater is dormant under a lagoon with emerald waters of great beauty.


        Diving & Surfing of Costa Rica


Territory for scuba diving and surfing

The destination contains many other treasures. The Cocos Island that seduced Jacques-Yves Cousteau is the perfect example. Once a haven for pirates, today it owes its reputation to hammerhead sharks, humpback whales and bottlenose dolphins that inhabit its waters. Its six thousand seven hundred seventy-seven species visible in the Costa Rican seabed, have made it a paradise for scuba divers. When his beaches got the favor of surfers. To the point of being considered the third best place behind Hawaii and Indonesia! No wonder that in Costa Rica, the traveler is never at the end of his surprises. After a day of exploration, succumb to the care of coffee, coconut or wild flowers in the spas of its hotels, the divine ...