Los Altos Resort
Makanda by the Sea
Hotel Parador Resort And Spa
Issimo Suites Boutique Hotel & Spa
Gaia Hotel And Reserve
Oceans Two Resort
Jungle Vista Boutique Hotel
La Mariposa Hotel
Pez Vela Marina
The marina has one of the most spectacular natural settings anywhere on the planet with rainforest covered mountains, teeming with wildlife, cascading down to the turquoise waters of the pacific. A world class marina.
South of Manuel Antonio National Park, this river is shrouded in stunning surroundings, and the mouths are full of Snook, Jacks, and more!
Famous for its fantastic wildlife as well as the primary mangrove forests. A unique experience, fishing through the mangrove trees.
One of the more popular reefs just a stone’s throw from shore, this is a prime bottom fishing location. Target Snappers, Groupers, and more here.
Punta Quepos Ledge
The big game action starts as the water begins to get deep. Mahi Mahi and Tuna are in abundance here, but also Billfish when the season hits.
La Iguana Golf Course
The La Iguana Golf Course features 18 championship holes with a 73.4 course rating, par-72 and slope 145. Playing their exotic 6,698-yard Ted Robinson-designed golf course in Costa Rica would be any golfer's dream. The naturally challenging layout will please players of all skill levels.
Costa Rica Country Club
his 9-hole golf course, designed by Charles Lawrence Donavan, at the Costa Rica Country club, was created in 1940, and was Costa Rica’s very first golf course.
Valle del Sol Golf Course
Valle del Sol Golf Club is a beautiful 18 hole, Par 72, championship golf course. Surrounded by garden settings in Costa Rica’s Central Valley.
Cariari Country Club
The ‘Championship’ golf course at The Cariari Country Club was Costa Rica’s very first 18 hole golf course. The course was designed by George Fazio in 1973 and built by his cousin Tom Fazio.
Los Reyes Golf & Country Club
Los Reyes Country Club is a private club located 30 minutes west of San Jose in the Province of Alajuela. Though Los Reyes is a private club, it does welcome non-members to play their 9-hole course and use their facilities.
Manuel Antonio National Park
Manuel Antonio Park has 683 hectares, it has the most varied and beautiful landscapes. Surrounded by a lush tropical very wet forest and in their paths can be observed capuchin monkeys, sloths, coatis, raccoons, iguanas and many species of birds, as well as the squirrel monkey (Saimiri oerstedii citrinellus),
This small park on Quepos southern edge offers visitors incredible views of the sea and provides a tranquil environment to enjoy the sunset.
The iconic Arenal Volcano is located in the northwestern part of Costa Rica, towering beautifully over the town La Fortuna. The most well-known active volcano in Costa Rica is surrounded by the Arenal Volcano National Park and Lake Arenal.
It is one of the major attractions in the Central Valley region, and one of the most visited national parks. When the mist and clouds part you’ll see the sulfuric, bubbling, green rain fed lake at the bottom, surrounded by smoke and steam rising from fumaroles.