10 things to see and do
As a country devoted to preserving its environment, it is unsurprising that many of Costa Rica’s must see sights focus on the natural landscape and wildlife. However, the capital, San José, does have some things to offer in the way of history and more traditional attractions.
Road conditions and driving
Driving in Costa Rica is quite an adventure due to the poor road conditions and lack of infrastructure.
Bus, train, taxi or shuttle, air travel and cruises
There are many options to get around in Costa Rica. The public transportation network is well-developed and will help you to discover the uniqueness of Costa Rica.
The most flexible way to explore the country
If you rent a car in Costa Rica, your itinerary can be more flexible and not dependent on bus or train schedules.
Among the best in the world
Costa Rica has nearly 300 beaches which makes it hard to decide which ones to visit!
A sustainable travel experience
So you might be wondering what all this ecotourism hype is about. Ecotourism usually entails travelling to locations with relatively untouched flora, fauna and cultural heritage. It focuses on responsible travel and encourages respect for different cultures and the environment.