There's much to see and do in Costa Rica
Sagitar Travel experts will design your custom vacation package tailor made just for your every need. We do NOT sell cookie-cutter trips. Instead, we take the time to get to know what the client wants to.
Come and discover the diverse flora and fauna along with out tour guide.
The iconic Arenal Volcano is surrounded by lush tropical rainforest, wild rivers, deep canyons, an impressively-large, freshwater lake, natural hot springs, swimming holes, waterfalls, Robust hospitality sector on par with any top-tourist destination anywhere in the world. The hotels in the area range from 3 stars beautiful lodges to some of the world's most high-end, luxurious hotels, natural hot springs spa treatments and much more. This area is full of incredible activities for soft adventures or the adrenaline junkies to enjoy them. Just to name a few kayaks in Lake Arenal- swimming in the thermal hot spring - whitewater rafting - horseback riding - canyoning - rappelling tropical waterfalls- mountain biking - bird watching, hiking - stand up paddling. We will make sure to incorporate the day tours with a beautiful hotel to match your needs.
Costa Rica is surrounded by some of the most amazing and stunning coastlines in the world and Guanacaste is one of the jewels of the Pacific Coast. The incomparable beauty of its landscapes, which ranges from tropical dry forests to lowland mountain forests, its warm climate, as well as its flourishing nature have made Guanacaste one of the most heavily visited areas by international tourists and is one of the most developed areas for hotels. All along the Guanacaste coastline are a number of beaches where you can swim in their warm Pacific Ocean waters. The coastal landscape is exceptional. There is an array of white-sand beaches and calm, intense-blue waters. The hotels will range from Deluxe Resort all-inclusive to just gorgeous hotels on the beach.
From the Port of Puntarenas, to just south of Manuel Antonio, the Central Pacific area of Costa Rica is full of incredible places to explore and enjoy.
Discover with us the region of Costa Rica with the most economic activity, where two thirds of the population resides, and the governing cities of the beautiful provinces of San Jose, Alajuela, Heredia and Cartago are situated, each with privileged characteristics and a wide variety of services, converting them into unique places which impress from the first moment. Most of the manufacturing and financial services, the Juan Santamaria International Airport, major buildings, universities, medical centers and commercial complexes are located in this area.
Considered as the wildest region of the country, the Southern Pacific encompasses one of the areas of major biodiversity in Costa Rica, the Corcovado National Park. In this territory, that extends from the Baru River to the Panamanian border and from the Talamanca Mountain range to the Pacific coast, there are lagoons, mangroves, rivers, rain forests, lowland cloud forests, and 28 miles of sandy coastline. The Southern Pacific zone is rich in flora and fauna, and its environment serves as a refuge to animals in danger of extinction such as the tapir, panther, and scarlet macaw. The forests are tall and dense. In the Corcovado area 500 species of trees, 140 of mammals, 367 of birds, 40 of fresh water fish, 117 of amphibians and reptiles have been identified, and it is estimated that some 6,000 species of insects are to be found.
The "Bosque Nuboso" (Cloud Forest) Biological Reserve is recognized throughout the world for the golden toad, a species in danger of extinction. This wildlife area has been created to protect the flora and fauna, as well as to carry out scientific studies and educational environmental programs. Within its borders 400 species of birds, including the Resplendent Quetzal, 490 species of butterflies, 100 of mammals, 2,500 of plants and 200 of ferns have been identified.
The fascinating Afro-Caribbean culture, a combination of Jamaican, Italian and Chinese immigrants, predominates in this region and fills the atmosphere with fragrances, tropical rhythms and brilliant colors, which mixes with the daily work of many of the inhabitants on the banana plantations and the ports of Limon and Moin. After the South Pacific, this is the rainiest region in the country and this factor, combined with high temperatures, makes it a very humid area throughout the year.