Costa Rica

Costa Rica occupies a privileged spot in the heart of Central America. While its territory of 19,652 square miles touches both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, the country is surprisingly accessible – one can travel from coast to coast in just three hours by car (or 45 minutes by plane). The variety of landscapes and microclimates that can be enjoyed in one day make this country a paradise destination.

Costa Rica is a democratic and peaceful country, and it has not had an army since the year 1949. Although the country is small and it covers only 0.03 % of the surface of the globe, it proudly shelters a 5% of the existing biodiversity in the entire world. 25.58 % of the country is composed of conservation and natural protected territory.

Costa Rica’s territorial division includes 7 provinces, which are: San José, Alajuela, Cartago, Heredia, Guanacaste, Puntarenas, and Limón. Together they offer an attractive tourist destination, of almost limitless possibilities, that include extensive rainforests, volcanoes, rivers traveling through the mountains, beaches and natural resources safeguarded by an important organization of national parks and forest reserves.


Situated at 253 meters above sea level, this community is made up of people with great spirit and business drive, who have converted a largely agricultural region into a booming commercial and tourism destination. The city features a lovely surrounding landscape, the most imposing features of which are the picture-perfect cones of Volcán Arenal and its eternal companion, Volcán Chato. Fortuna offers visitors a full range of tourism services and products, and is an important departure point for Caño Negro, the Venado caverns, Monteverde and other incredible destinations.


A canton in the Guanacaste province, Tilarán is known as the “city or port of many waters.” Situated at 561 meters above sea level in the Sierra de Tilarán, the city enjoys cool temperatures and lovely landscapes from its irregular topography. A wide variety of tourism and commercial services is available. Interesting tourist destinations include San José hill and Volcán Pelado, which offers an impressive view of a large part of the pampas of Guanacaste. Tilarán is a departure point for Monteverde, Fortuna and Arenal volcano and reservoir, as well as the rest of the Guanacaste province.

Arenal Volcano

Located seven kilometers from Fortuna, Volcán Arenal has an area of 33 square kilometers. The volcano has experienced constant activity since July 29, 1968. Its landscape has two faces: one covered with lush vegetation sheltering a variety of wildlife, and the other rugged with lava tracts and sand from the constant eruptions. Considered the region’s main attraction, Arenal offers daytime and nighttime viewing opportunities, thanks to its constant explosions and eruptions.

Venado Caverns

Discovered in 1962, these caverns are located three kilometers from the town of Venado. Approximately 2,000 meters long, the cavern system contains unique geological features, many of which have yet to be explored. Spelunking in these caves is an adventure not to be missed by nature-lovers. With good access facilities, the caves are easily visited; several tourism outfits offer tours through a large part of the cavern system.

Hike & Hot Springs

The Hike begins in one the trails close to the volcano, this trail will take us through the forest over recent lava flows and the area destroyed in 1968 now in the process of regeneration. At the hot springs our customers can enjoy a healthy and relaxing soak, it is also possible to see the sunset over the Arenal Volcano from a comfortable spa.

  • Duration: 06 hours aprox.
  • Includes: transportation, naturalistic guide, bottle water, park & hot springs entrance fee and dinner.

Hanging Bridges

Visitor who love nature can enjoy 15 bridges from 5 to 100 meters long, friendly design along 3 km rain forest circuit of interpretive trails built with paving blocks to prevent slipping.

The bridges are built of aluminum, galvanized steel and concrete, to ensure maximum security for their visitors. They were designed by structural engineers with the most demanding safety margins in the world.

  • Duration: 04 hours aprox.
  • Includes: transportation, guide, horse and entrance fee.

Horseback Riding

A beautiful example of the Costa Rican country site will be found along the way, cattle farms and agriculture, also the chance to see some birds as oropendolas and tucans. After that you have to walk five hundred meters into the forest to get to the waterfall, which is 70 meters high. At the base of the waterfall there is a “natural pool” where we can swim in the fresh water of La Fortuna river for about one hour.

  • Duration: 04 hours aprox.
  • Includes: transportation, guide, horse and entrance fee.

Kayak on Lake Arenal

This adventure will take you to Costa Rica’s biggest lake, right at Arenal Volcano’s feet, and it gets amazing right from the moment you leave your hotel. Our tour will start paddling across the lake with the possibility to observe different species of birds like “Flycatchers”, “Kingfishers”, “Great Blue Herons” and “Anhingas” and may also possibly hear the Howler monkeys!

Rafting & Canopy

Check our special rafting and zip line package. We have teamed up with the canopy zip lines to provide you all the fun you are looking for in one action packed day! Our raft/zip package is designed for extreme thrills! An incredible combination of Whitewater rafting fun and exhilarating Zip line adventure.