Coast Rica is a beautiful, rugged, and densely forested Central American nation with numerous beach-lined coastlines on both the Caribbean and Pacific.
An island off the Northern coast is called Cayes, which sits in the middle of the Caribbean Sea. It is one of the most visited islands in the country. It is also home to a variety of exotic birds, sea turtles, and marine iguanas. Many visitors come here during their Costa Rica vacation to watch the breathtaking sunsets from the coastal cliffs. A favorite place to stay is the popular Punta Cana Golf and Beach Resort, which offer luxurious accommodations, access to the best golf courses in Costa Rica, and convenient parking and transportation.
Another region of the country that is popular with travelers on their Costa Rica vacation is the humid central Pacific beach town of Corcovado. Known for its restaurants and quaint downtown shops, Corcovado is perfect for families, couples, and small groups alike. It also has many beautiful beaches including the Salinas, which offer crystal clear water and are great for swimming and snorkeling. Other popular beaches include Montezuma, which is considered to be the world’s top surfing spot, and Ensenada, which are the Costa Rica version of the Caribbean resort-style city of Miami.
Costa Rica’s Pacific Coast is home to a variety of natural beauty and culture. One of the most striking features of this region is its vast salt pans, which stretch for over 300 miles. The Pacific Coast is also rich in cultural heritage, with many towns and villages still following their native ways. For a truly authentic experience of this region, you may want to visit the indigenous Wayuu village, which is known for the beautiful gold beaches that line the country’s coast.
If you are looking for the perfect beach vacation, there’s no better destination than San Jose. This region is filled with colonial architecture, churches, palaces, and beautiful beaches. The hotels and resorts are usually small, but some are large resorts that accommodate up to six thousand people. San Jose is also known for it’s tapas, which are small dishes made from fresh vegetables that are usually served with local teas.
Surrounded by mountains and tropical rainforest, the nation of Belize is another popular spot for ecotourism. The animals are protected, so visitors can feed them and enjoy the wildlife for as long as they want. There are many activities for children, including boating, hiking, and climbing. Children will also enjoy seeing the many caves and hot springs that are hidden in the jungle.