COSTA RICA

Lonely Planet selected Costa Rica as the “Best in Travel 2020 Destination”, and we cannot agree more. Costa Rica is undoubtedly one of the fascinating countries in the world. It is home to 6% of the world’s biodiversity, so it is considered an “open-air natural park”. It boasts no less than 32 national parks, eight biological reserves, 51 wildlife reserves, and 13 forest reserves, which have made the country a worldwide example of nature conservation and ecological and sustainable tourism.

COSTA RICA IDENTITY CARD  

Costa Rica, officially the Republic of Costa Rica, is a country in Central America; its capital is San José. The climate in Costa Rica is rich with distinct microclimates; this means that it can be flooding in one zone but bone dry in another. That being said, the best time to visit Costa Rica is between December and April on its Pacific Coast, when the weather is at its driest and brightest, and between March and September on the Caribbean side.  

COSTA RICA IDENTITY CARD 

Costa Rica, officially the Republic of Costa Rica, is a country in Central America; its capital is San José. The climate in Costa Rica is rich with distinct microclimates; this means that it can be flooding in one zone but bone dry in another. That being said, the best time to visit Costa Rica is between December and April on its Pacific Coast, when the weather is at its driest and brightest, and between March and September on the Caribbean side. 

HOW TO REACH COSTA RICA 

There are two international airports in Costa Rica, Juan Santamaria in San José and Daniel Oduber in Liberia. Some of the international airlines are American Airlines, British Airways, Jet Airways, Lufthansa, and Virgin Atlantic.

WHAT TO EAT IN COSTA RICA  

To eat in Costa Rica is an incredible experience, a tasty flavor’s explosion! The fresh tropical fruits that grow in this area make every dish an exciting adventure. The Gallo Pinto is a breakfast dish made of rice and beans mixed and paired with other ingredients to give it some spice, like red bell peppers, cilantro, onions, and, most importantly, Salsa Lizano. The Casado is probably the most traditional dish in Costa Rican cuisine. A plate contains the following: rice, beans, salad, tortillas, fried platano maduro, and meat (beef, pork, chicken, or fish). The Arroz con Leche is one of our favorite desserts here. It’s made with rice, milk, sugar, salt, lemon zest, and cinnamon.

WHAT TO EAT IN COSTA RICA  

To eat in Costa Rica is an incredible experience, a tasty flavor’s explosion! The fresh tropical fruits that grow in this area make every dish an exciting adventure. The Gallo Pinto is a breakfast dish made of rice and beans mixed and paired with other ingredients to give it some spice, like red bell peppers, cilantro, onions, and, most importantly, Salsa Lizano. The Casado is probably the most traditional dish in Costa Rican cuisine. A plate contains the following: rice, beans, salad, tortillas, fried platano maduro, and meat (beef, pork, chicken, or fish). The Arroz con Leche is one of our favorite desserts here. It’s made with rice, milk, sugar, salt, lemon zest, and cinnamon.

WHAT TO DO IN COSTA RICA 

People in Costa Rica know how to party! Here some suggestions for you. Límon Carnival, typical Costa Rica’s Carnival. The costumes, the parade, and the people through the town represent the country’s Caribbean culture. Fiestas Palmares, Costa Rica’s equivalent of Octoberfest. You will enjoy horse parades, rodeos, musical performances, and a seemingly infinite supply of beer.  

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