Hilton Garden Inn San Jose La Sabana
Hilton San Jose La Sabana
Real InterContinental Costa Rica
W Costa Rica - Reserva Conchal
Hotel Grano de Oro
Costa Rica Marriott Hotel Hacienda Belen
Wyndham San Jose Herradura Hotel
Studio Hotel Boutique
Barceló San José
Finca Rosa Blanca Coffee Farm and Inn
The river gets its name from the sulfur deposits found on the Irazú Volcano, which give the waters a brownish color. It is a tributary of the Río San Juan. Río The most popular species caught here are Guapote and Machaca
Chirripo Pacifico river
Originating in Cerro Chirripo national park, you'll find trout in this waters.
It is a distributary of the San Juan River which flows towards the Caribbean in the northern parts of Heredia and Limón Provinces. Features some of the world's best tarpon and snook fishing.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Beaches & Parks
Parque Nacional Braulio Carrillo
The Braulio Carrillo National Park is one of the most extensive national parks in Costa Rica. It covers an area of over 44,099 hectares, but it also encompasses seven diverse habitats.
La Cangreja National Park
La Cangreja is at 1,305 meters above sea level. The site has great panoramic and scenic beauty. The park protects abundant and crystalline water sources such as the Black River and Quebrada Grande.
Part of the Talamanca Mountain range, Cerro Chirripo is one of the most exciting tours to do in this country. Because of its altitude, the flora and fauna change drastically.
Parque Nacional Los Quetzales
Formerly known as the Los Santos Reserve, Costa Rica reorganized the region as an official park in 2005. It is one of the best places for observing the country’s natural beauty and a top spot for eco-tourism. It sits along the Talamanca mountain range and has an elevation of 2000-3000 feet. It is part of Costa Rica’s famous cloud forest system.
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.