San Jose: The capital city. Ideal for those Costa Rica visitors with late night arrivals or early morning departures from the San Jose International Airport. Great base for cultural events, restaurants, nightlife and day trips.
Central Valley – Poas Volcano: Small, nature intense resorts located less than 90 minutes from the San Jose International Airport. Great for a 2 night stay in secluded and intimate hotels. Highlights are the Peace Lodge, El Silencio Lodge and Villa Blanca.
Monteverde Cloud Forest: Costa Rica’s quintessential Cloud Forest region founded by Quakers. Quaint mountain lodges, great hikes in National Parks, intense and mystic Cloud Forest experience.
Arenal – Fortuna: Costa Rica’s adventure capital, anchored by the country’s most famous active volcano and renowned hot springs resorts, led by the award-winning Tabacon Hot Springs. Outstanding region for Costa Rica honeymoon couples looking for adventures in nature, relaxation in the hot springs and outstanding spas.
Papagayo: Costa Rica’s beach luxury address. Home to the Four Seasons, the all inclusive Occidental Grand Papagayo and the Hilton Papagayo. Earmarked as the top area for tourism development in the country.
Tamarindo – Flamingo – Conchal: Costa Rica’s most popular beach corridor, in the western shores of Guanacaste. Hotels and resorts range from the popular beach town of Tamarindo to the magnificent Conchal development, to the recently opened JW Marriott in Hacienda Pinilla on Langosta Beach.
Tambor – Montezuma – Malpais: The tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, the less visited route, with smaller hotels, more private and isolated beaches and probably more romantic and intimate than other Guanacaste destinations.
Islita – Nosara – Samara: Perched in the southern shores of the Guanacaste Province, the beaches of Punta Islita and Nosara are one of Costa Rica’s top playgrounds for couples and families with older children, enjoying their vacation or getaway.
Manuel Antonio: Wildlife, national parks, outstanding combination of rainforest and beach and tons of activities and adventure. Great destination for nature lovers that still want a more developed and urban destination.
Jaco - Herradura: The Jaco – Herradura beach corridor is comprised of three distinct and different areas: the town of Jaco, the Los Suenos residential golf and marina development, and the individual hotels scattered on the separate beaches.
Uvita - Dominical: Awesome rainforest small hotels with spectacular views and beach access. Ideal for widlife lovers, a "Corcovado Light" for those not interested in travelling to Osa.
Corcovado – Osa: Earth’s most bio-diverse place according to National Geographic. Best region for wildlife watching. Remote, isolated, nature intense destination with small, eco-lodges, personalized service and an overall unique and memorable experience.
Tortuguero: in the Northeast Caribbean region of Costa Rica. Jungle, wildlife, canals and the renowned home of three sea-turtle species that nest in the beaches of the park. Rustic accommodations but an overall outstanding opportunity for couples and families looking to appreciate nature.
South Caribbean – Puerto Viejo: If you time it correctly, your Costa Rica vacation beach destination can be the unique and truly different Puerto Viejo de Limon and the Cahuita National Park region. While the beaches in this area tend to get more rain than their Pacific shore counterparts, visiting the Caribbean in February, March, April or even September & October is a great idea.
Turrialba: Whether your tastes veer more towards rafting down the Pacuare River and losing yourself midst the towering canyons or embarking on a tourist or religious trek to Costa Rica's own Mecca, Basilica de Nuestra Senora de Los Angeles, Cartago and Turrialba are sure to raise your spirits.