Privileged regions of Costa Rica

Why not visit Costa Rica off the beaten path?  Discover the unforgettable tropical rainforests of the Maquenque National Wildlife Refuge and stay at the Maquenque Eco Lodge.  A local family, Canoa Adventure and a Swiss family have created the jungle lodge to maintain and conserve wildlife habitat.  The lodge is based inside the reserve and borders the majestic San Carlos River.  Not to be missed is

Lagostinos Cuyito's bar

Cuyito’s bar, one of many secret places known to our guides, with local food in Costa Rica.  If you are traveling to the area of Boca Tapada, you must try these delicious langoustines with butter and garlic, the best in the whole are!!!!!

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The nest observation tower

“A 28 m. (92 ft.) observation tower dedicated to the viewing of canopy birds and other wildlife. Placed in the center of the rainforest, The Nest offers unparalleled wildlife viewing opportunities. As you ascend the 146 stairs to the top, keep your eyes peeled for monkeys, toucans, and other wildlife moving through the lower levels of the trees. Once at the top, you will be treated to an incredible 360° panoramic view of Arenal Volcano, Arenal Lake, Cerro Chato, and the Tilarán Mountain Range. This is the perfect spot to scan the canopy for birds and other wildlife amongst the treetops. With a telescope, you may even find some aquatic birds in the areas surrounding the lake Arenal.”


Let’s go Glamping!

Known as Glamping, Glamorous Camping is global trend that has arrived to Costa Rica. Glamping is a lodging option that combines the thrill of the outdoors but without sacrificing the comfort of a traditional resort. José Carlos Brenes, our International Sales Supervisor recently visited Isla Chiquita, a beautiful new hotel located in the Gulf of Nicoya with a unique style and the simplicity of down-to-earth happiness. Published on September 4th, 2017


Is whale watching season in Costa Rica!

At Costa Rica Sun Tours, we recognize the importance of getting staff out of the office and on tour for the experience and a whole lot of fun - a benefit for all! Following is a quote from Carmen Bruni, our Marketing Director, who had the immense pleasure of joining a whale watching tour! Whale watching season in Costa Rica starts again!