Soberania National Park

Soberania National Park

Easily one of Panama’s most accessible national parks with a gigantic surface area that stretches almost all the way across the country from Limón on Lago Gatún to just north of Paraíso. It’s an excellent option for hikers and nature lovers and has a…

Parque Nacional Tortuguero

Parque Nacional Tortuguero

One of the wettest areas in Costa Rica is also the most important breeding ground for the green sea turtle. It’s a maze of dense jungle and calm winding canals that it’s possible to explore by boat or kayak. As you explore the canals…

Whale Watching in Costa Rica

Whale Watching in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the best places on the planet to see humpback whales. The whales migrate to the Pacific coast from both North America and Antarctica to escape the winters and as such are in Costa Rican waters for 8 months of…

Volcanoes in Costa Rica

Volcanoes in Costa Rica

The fabulous landscape of Costa Rica has no less than 129 volcanoes reaching from its surface – some of which are historically active. The sides of the volcanoes are highly fertile and often covered in swathes of lush rainforest, though it’s the craters that…

The Beaches in Costa Rica

The Beaches in Costa Rica

The beaches in Costa Rica never seem to end and each is lined with palms and fringed by the most beautiful of waters – on one side from the Caribbean and on the other the South Pacific Ocean. Whether you want to explore the…

Sarapiqui forests

Sarapiqui forests

Amongst the lush forests and tranquil waters of the countryside of Sarapiquí it’s possible to learn the history of chocolate in Mesoamerica (yes – you can taste it too). Discover the incredible role that cacao played in both the cultures of the Mayans and…

Costa Rican cuisine

Costa Rican cuisine

Costa Rican cuisine is quite mild (especially when considering the cuisines of its neighbours) and is made up of fresh fruits (plantain, avocado, watermelon, mango, pineapple and coconuts), lots of vegetables (artichokes, sweet potatoes, chayote, yucca) rice and black beans along with various meats…

Costa Rican Etiquette

Costa Rican Etiquette

Though you’ll find that Costa Ricans are exceptionally laid-back as a people, you’ll also note that they are very conscientious about being polite, so be sure to greet people politely – keeping eye contact and a respectful smile – and say please and thank…

Monteverde

Monteverde

Monteverde is a stunning reserve of lush cloud forests that Costa Ricans voted as one of the country’s seven wonders. Hiking through the forest and walking across the hanging Bridges in Selvatura Park, under clouds that cling to the forest canopy is an enchanting,…

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