Bordered by the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, this small central American country boasts a wealth of rainforests, tropical beaches, volcanoes and rivers. Such rich natural resources, complemented by a diverse culture, offer a range of high-quality tourism opportunities.
In Costa Rica, nature reserves cover 25% of the country’s territory. The 320 km of land separating the Pacific Ocean from the Caribbean Sea offer a wide range of landscapes. The Central, Guanacaste and Talamanca ranges are the main mountainous regions. These are home to a rainforest and rivers which are perfect destinations for ecotourism and whitewater sports. Costa Rica’s volcanoes are among the most spectacular in the world. The country boasts an amazing 112 craters, including the highly active Arenal volcano. Long stretches of coast entice visitors - especially divers and surfers - to unwind and enjoy themselves. Costa Rica’s natural diversity is complemented by a Spanish influence visible in its architecture along with a strong North American culture.