How to Get Your Adrenaline Going In Costa Rica

From active volcanoes to national parks, and from coffee plantations to sleepy beach towns, Costa Rica is undoubtedly a paradise for adventure seekers. Be it spending a relaxed vacation, boarding on long nature walks through dense rainforests or immersing in the goodness of cool Bohemian vibes, these below listed exhilarating things to do in Costa Rica will surely get your adrenaline going in no time.

Explore Manuel Antonio National Park:

Spread across an area of 680 hectares, Manuel Antonio National Park is popular for its tropical plants & wildlife. The park is also home to three-toed sloths and rare white-faced capuchin monkeys alongside numerous bird species. If you are a nature and wildlife lover, visiting this world-famous national park is a must.

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Saddle up in Liberia:

Named after the cowboys of the town, Liberia is the popular capital of Costa Rica’s sabanero culture. And the best thing to do in Liberia is to saddle up as a Costa Rican Cowboy. You can saddle up and combine an easy horse ride with wildlife watching. The park is recognized for its orchids, over 300 species of birds, easy-to-spot howlers, spider monkeys and howlers alongside shy tapirs, pumas and jaguars.

Interact with hummingbirds in Monteverde:

Feel free to visit places like Monteverde in Costa Rica where you can get up & close with hummingbirds. In a place like Monteverde, where they have many hummingbird gardens, it’s not unusual to spot 15 to twenty of these species in a day.

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Go hiking at Corcovado National Park:

Known to be one of the globe’s most biodiverse provinces, Corcovado National Park is home to tapirs, scarlet macaws, squirrel monkeys and jaguars. Also, you can opt for hiking by following the coastal and inland routes through habitats ranging from mangrove swamps and pacific beaches to lowland and mountain rainforests.

Be enchanted at the Butterfly Conservatory:

Situated nearby the shores of gorgeous Lake Arenal in the Alajuela Province, Butterfly Conservatory is a perfect place for nature-lovers of all age groups who can take an educational and fascinating tour that’ll introduce them to the life of butterflies that live during the 4 diverse microclimates discovered around the lake.

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