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Why Costa Rica

Costa Rica is such a place! It is embodied in its forests, its unpredictable volcanos, its endless shores and its underwater marvels. 

The incredibly varied topography means you can cruise a cloud forest one day, climb a volcano the next, and finish passed out on a hot sandy beach. 

Costa Rica also has a weather averaging 72 degrees all year round.

Costa Rica is such a place! It is embodied in its forests, its unpredictable volcanos, its endless shores and its underwater marvels. 

The incredibly varied topography means you can cruise a cloud forest one day, climb a volcano the next, and finish passed out on a hot sandy beach. 

Costa Rica also has a weather averaging 72 degrees all year round. 

Costa Rica stands as the most visited nation in the region. Eco-tourism is extremely popular with many tourists visiting the many protected areas around the country. In Costa Rica the visitor can enjoy lovely tropical beaches, the grandest adventures, the wonders of nature, scintillating culture, all the necessary components of an ideal vacation. No wonder, then, that thousands of tourists have made Costa Rica their top travel choice. 

Costa Rica is home to a rich variety of plants and animals. While the country has only about 0.1% of the world's landmass, it contains 5% of the world's biodiversity, over 25% of Costa Rica is composed of protected forests and reserves. 

With 755 miles of coastline on two oceans, Costa Rica is a surfing paradise, it has more breaks than you can shake a stick at. The country's selection of surf spots range from idyllic beach breaks to coral platforms where the water leaps up and tubes like a miniature Pipeline. 

Costa Rica is also an angler's dream come true! Costa Rica is home to some of the best sport fishing and deep sea fishing in the world, with over 89 world records to its credit. The country's Pacific ports and beach resorts provide access to some the best deep sea fishing in the world, while the canals and rivers of the northern Atlantic coast feature world-class snook and tarpon fishing.