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Top 10 Destinations in Costa Rica
Top 10 Tourist Destinations in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is the wealthiest amongst all countries because of its massive diversity in nature. The country has stunning beaches, charming eccentric cities, rainforests, mountains, majestic volcanoes, jungles, pristine lakes and so much more to offer to the wondering eyes.
Costa Rica has endless destinations and attractions along with its natural paradisiac environment for those wandering minds seeking peace, relaxation, adventure and break from the modern structural numbing lifestyle. The top 10 most attractive tourist destinations include the following:

San Jose

Costa Rica’s capital and largest city, San Jose has both historical and modern ingredients with the touch of its traditions. The city is surrounded by abundant green valleys and mountains. Accommodations, shopping centers, eateries, nightlife, and arts and culture has enriched the city profusely.

You can choose San Jose as your base camp while exploring Costa Rica because it is located at the center of the country and from this place you can travel and explore any destination easily.


Montezuma is a small remote fishing village lying at the tip of Nicoya Peninsula. It is very popular for its stunningly beautiful beaches, rivers, and waterfalls around the village. Montezuma’s scenic, sublime nature brings foreign travelers, backpackers, and holiday goers as it has a meditating peaceful environment to offer.


A small misty town named Monteverde in Puntarenas has become one of the major tourist's attractions in Costa Rica. It has beautiful natural rain and cloud forests and it is considered as one of the seven wonders of this country. Places like Isla del Coco, Cerro Chirripó, Río Celeste Tortuguero, Arenal Volcano and Poás Volcano are the major attractions for the wandering souls coming to this place for peace, tranquility, and escape in nature.

Arenal Volcano

The Arenal Volcano is the perfect place for the seekers of an adrenaline rush. The continuous eruption of lava from Arenal stopped in 2010. But this impressive landmark has marvelous hot springs, lakes, waterfalls, forests, caves as well as beautiful towns like La Fortuna. This tropical paradise is the perfect place for relaxing both your body and mind. This natural wonder is a must-see destination in Costa Rica.

Tamarindo Beach

Among all Costa Rican beach towns, Tamarindo is the most picturesque town with its turquoise water and pristine weather. The town’s easily accessible amazing beaches, robust nightlife and surfing opportunity bring travelers from all over the world. This town is also a paradise for the surfers.

Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio National Park is Costa Rica’s smallest national park yet the most visited one because of the surprising attractions here. The park’s beautiful tropical beaches, dense forest, various kinds of birds and wildlife, easy accessibility and the opportunity to do a lot of things, make this park popular attractions for the travelers coming to this country.

Jaco Beach

Jaco beach is one of the top and most visited tourist destinations in Costa Rica. For beachgoers, backpackers and land-loving travelers who are fond of activities like horseback riding, hiking, kayaking, surfing, beach sports and fishing, Jaco is the perfect place for them. If you are seeking all those adventures you will find operators who can arrange those for you at competitive rates.

Celeste River

Celeste River is one of the natural wonders and famous places in Costa Rica located in Tenorio Volcano national park. Its water's distinctive turquoise color makes it beautiful. To go to this beautiful place, you must know that without a good physical condition it is quite impossible because the journey is almost 3 hours more or less through the rain forest. Confronting this spectacular natural phenomenon is worth all the pains.

Reggae in Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

After having a feast on coconut-scented rice and spicy chicken, you can dance the whole night to the tune of reggae beats here in Puerto Viejo de Talamanca. This is another face of Costa Rican culture and here you will find a mixed cultural thrives of English, Spanish, Afro-Caribbean, and Rastafarians.

Turrialba, Central Valley

Turrialba is a very small pleasant town in the lush and beautiful Central Valley and mostly known for its intense water rafting in the whole of Central America. If you are an addict of adrenaline rush then a day of fierce paddling in dangerous water makes this place perfect for you. And if you love coffee then you must visit Café Britt Finca in Barva to taste some high-quality Costa Rican coffee here.


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