ABOUT COSTA RICA
Costa Rica is an exotic country located in Central America, bordered by Nicaragua to the north, Panama to the southeast, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and the Caribbean Sea to the east. It is one of the most developed and stable nations in Central America. It is a democratic and peaceful country, and it has not had an army since 1949.
Each year around two million people visit Costa Rica. Many do it for its tropical beaches, others for its exotic wildlife, natural wonders, and/or for the grandest adventures. Whatever the reason it, we invite you to join us in one of our soccer or vacation tours to experience one of the most unique vacations ever.
People & Culture
Costa Rica has a population of over 4.5 million people, an area of 19,652 square miles, and a total of 801 miles of coastline. Costa Rica is heavily influenced by Spanish culture and its official language is Spanish… read more ›
Adventure & Ecotourism
Thousands of nature lovers travel to Costa Rica to enjoy the flora and fauna, and lovers of adventure tourism visit the country for the abundance of thrills and adrenaline it offers. Some of the most popular adventure activities include white water rafting, kayaking, bird watching, hiking, canopying, sport fishing, snorkeling, surfing, horseback riding, and sun bathing. There are dozens of beaches that offer year-round open air activities thanks to the beautiful tropical forests and pleasant temperatures throughout the country… read more ›
Due in large part to its geographic position between the North and South American continents, its neotropical climate, and its wide variety of habitats, Costa Rica is home to a rich variety of plants and animals. Costa Rica covers 0.25% of the surface of the globe (approximately the size of West Virginia), but it houses 5% (more than 500,000 species) of the existing biodiversity in the entire world… read more ›
Since Costa Rica is located between 8 and 12 degrees north of the Equator, it climate is tropical and subtropical year round. The dry season is between December and April and rainy season between May and November. On the Caribbean coast, however, December is by far the wettest month… read more ›