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Costa Rica Holidays

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Holidays to Costa Rica

Costa Rica is home to some of the most varied flora and fauna in South America. Costa Rica's most active volcano, Arenal, is a must see – famed for stunning pyrotechnics. Active travellers can surf, hike, snorkel and spot wildlife for starters.

The incredibly varied terrain means you can cruise the cloud forest one day, visit an active volcano the next and finish relaxing on a hot sandy beach.

Choice and variety is the name of the game! Book your holidays to Costa Rica today!

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Top 5 things to do

Manuel Antonio National Park - National Park on Costa Rica's central Pacific coast featuring rugged rainforest, white-sand beaches and coral reefs
Tortuguero National Park - A protected wilderness area famous for it's sea turtle nesting grounds.
Arenal Volcano - An active volcano in the north west of the country with hiking trails.
La Paz Waterfall - La Paz is an iconic waterfall in central Costa Rica
Selvatura Park - Tourist attraction in Monteverde with Hummingbird & Butterfly gardens.

When to Visit

  • Jan
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  • Currency Costa Rican colón
  • Flying time from the UK Gatwick Airport to San José takes 10 hours 50 minutes
  • Primary Language Spanish
  • Passport & Visas Your passport should have at least one day’s validity from the date you are leaving Costa Rica. If you hold a passport other than a British Citizen passport, different regulations may apply. British nationals don’t need a visa to enter Costa Rica. You may stay as a visitor for up to 90 days under a tourist visa waiver.