Explore Costa Rica
In Costa Rica’s north-west corner, in the Guanacaste Province,
While Costa Rica has only about 0.1% of the world’s land mass, it contains 5% of the world’s plant and animal species. Numerous national parks and wildlife refuges have helped protect this biodiversity and establish the country as one of the world’s most perfectly preserved ecosystems. Over 25% of Costa Rica is composed of protected forests and reserves.
The natural wonders may be explored with fascinating eco-adventures on land and sea, as well as visits to historic sites and quaint villages. Caressed by the warm, crystal-clear waters of the Pacific, Guanacaste’s beaches are some of the best in Costa Rica.
Renowned for its democratic government and sophisticated educational system, Costa Rica is also well known for its friendly, welcoming citizens – who usually refer to themselves as “ticos.” Their greeting for “hello” and “good-bye” is pura vida – an affirmation for “pure life.”
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