1. Puerto Viejo
Situated on the Caribbean coast close to Panama, Puerto Viejo is well known to youngsters and hikers in view of its extraordinary sea shores, surfing, and party climate.
The town is vivacious, and you’ll find something continuing consistently. It’s likely the most famous objective on the Caribbean coast. There are also many peaceful oceanside inns nearby for those looking for peace and tranquility. There is likewise a panther salvage center close by that rehabilitates a wide range of neighbourhood untamed life and delivers them back into nature.
Cahuita, a tiny town arranged right next to a dazzling public park with a similar name, is about an hour north of Puerto Viejo. Cahuita is a spot to unwind. There’s one bar around that gets energetic (some of the time it’s half full! ), but generally, following a day of climbing, creature spotting, swimming, or surfing, the vast majority simply lounge around and read. In the event that you feel aggressive, require an entire day of directed visits through Cahuita Public Park.
Tortuguero (and that signifies “a place that is known for turtles”) is the Costa Rican variant of the Amazon rainforest. It rules the northern coast, with Tortuguero Public Park crossing more than 77,000 sections of land. This enormous region is a progression of waterways and trenches that befuddle the wilderness.
The greatest attraction to this region are the huge quantities of turtles (hence the name) that come to settle along the coastline. The best time to see them is in April and May; however, if you visit during the slow season, you’ll still have the option to go climbing and participate in channel travels. Nonetheless, there’s lots of natural life to see all year.
Corcovado Public Park is on the far-off Osa Peninsula in southwestern Costa Rica. Laid out in 1975, the recreation area covers an area of 424 square kilometers, making it the biggest park in the country.
Despite the fact that it is more well-known than it used to be, it is still exceptionally rough, calm, and out of the ordinary in a country where nearly everything follows the most common path. The promontory isn’t difficult to get to (which helps fend travelers off), but your endeavors will be incredibly compensated with abandoned seashores, lots of natural life, extraordinary climbing, setting up camp, and loads of marine life. It’s quite possibly the best spot in the country.
Sitting at a height of 1,670m, Arenal is one of Costa Rica’s numerous volcanoes. It actually emits occasionally, and on the off chance that you’re fortunate, you’ll have the option to see magma streaming down the spring of gushing lava. (However, it’s unlikely to happen because the liquid magma fountain has been sluggish for the past seven years.)Fun reality: I got mixed up in the wilderness around here.
The region has lots of superb exercises: there’s a wonderful cascade (La Fortuna), a public park with extraordinary climbing, dusk sees over the lake, buckling, canyoning, boating choices, and renowned natural aquifers. With such a great amount to do, it’s no big surprise that it’s quite possibly the most visited place in the country.