Costa Rica Tours6 tours available
CR1 Costa Rica Guided Tours
9 days from San Jose to San Jose
Get closer to nature with Costa Rica guided tours and never look at the natural world the same way again. It doesn't take long to come to understand… Read more
CR10 Costa Rica Tour
13 days from San Jose to San Jose
This tour is an easier variation on our longer Costa Rica tours that also include Nicaragua. Many of the same places are included, but this trip… Read more
CR2 Costa Rica Tour
14 days from San Jose to San Jose
On our Costa Rica tour you will discover how Costa Rica earns its reputation as a natural wonderland on this two-week adventure through one of the… Read more
PA2 Panama & Costa Rica Tour
18 days from Panama City to San Jose
On our Panama & Costa Rica tour you'll see that this bounteous Central American region is one that is often overlooked by the traveller, a factor… Read more
PA3 Panama & Costa Rica Tour
23 days from Panama City to San Jose
On our Panama & Costa Rica tour you'll find yourself gliding through the waters of one of the most famous landmarks in the world, the Panama Canal,… Read more
More About Costa Rica
Costa Rica, the literal translation of Costa Rica is 'rich coast' and the nation does not disappoint when it comes to living up to its name.
Bordering Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the southeast, this small Central American country manages to feature more diversity and exquisiteness of culture and nature than many other larger territories and understandably remains a popular tour destination.
The tranquil and serene nature of the country and its people seems to run contrary to its surrounding environment, as it is buffeted on one side by the might and intensity of the Pacific Ocean, and on the other, by the perhaps more peaceful but certainly no less forgiving Caribbean Sea.
However, a look at world history might make this natural environment seem an appropriate position for the country, since Costa Rica has earned the nickname 'Little Switzerland' on account of its managing to remain impartial in and unaffected by torrid upheavals caused by or involving its neighbours.
It was the first ever nation to abolish its military when it did so in 1949 and has since won a Nobel Peace Prize in recognition of its promotion of diplomacy over confrontational activity.