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Luxury Private Tours to Costa Rica

Exciting, nature-filled journeys to Costa Rica, designed just for you

Lush forests, beautiful beaches and a wealth of wildlife

From jungle waterfalls and incredible wildlife to white sand beaches and coffee plantations, Costa Rica is a Central American destination that really packs a punch.

In this compact country, there is so much to see and do.

  • Get up close to monkeys, toucans and other wildlife in the Osa Peninsula.
  • Marvel at the magnificent volcano, take a dip in the hot springs and take to the canopy walkways in Arenal.
  • On the Pacific coast, relax on white sand beaches and explore wildlife reserves.
  • Head to the Caribbean side where you can soak up the laid-back life of unspoilt beaches in Puerto Viejo.
  • Discover the nature reserve of Tortuguero.

Then there are the coffee plantations, cloud forests and rainforests. There really is something around every corner and we can help you explore the hidden gems as well as the highlights.

We’ll create a tailor-made trip just for you, helping you choose from excellent accommodation, arranging private tours with expert guides and making sure your trip is perfect for you.

Browse through some of our most popular example trips below, then call one of our expert Costa Rica Travel Designers to start planning the journey of a lifetime.

Whatever you want from your Latin America tour, our team of expert travel designers are ready to help.

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Inspiring Destinations in Costa Rica

Need to Know

8:52 is the local time
Costa Rican Colon is the local currency
San Jose is the capital city
Gallo pinto is Costa Rica's national dish

When to go

The dry season runs from mid November to April, and most areas are dry, warm and sunny. Occasional blustery winds blow during January and February bringing the temperature down. During the wet season, from May to mid November, expect afternoon rains and sunny mornings.

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