Our associates represent different sectors of the tourist industry such as: hotels, travel agencies, auto renters, tourist services, tourist advisors and others.
We share the main historical dates, ephemeris, festivities and Costa Rican commemorations.
The gastronomy of Costa Rica brings together the customs and typical ingredients of the country and its people, and is part of its national identity. Learn more about the typical dishes of Costa Rican gastronomy.
Costa Rica is a privileged country to conserve much of its territory, about 13,000 square kilometers, in parks and national reserves. Costa Rica protects the most valuable part of its natural heritage. In its wild areas an extraordinary number of animal and plant species are protected. Learn more about Costa Rica’s national parks.
Costa Rica is a natural paradise, home to 4% of the world’s species. Costa Rica is home to one of the world’s greatest natural riches in its 28 national parks, nature reserves and protected areas.
Costa Rica is one of the most developed countries in Central America. In Costa Rica life and the common good are very important and it is the society itself that takes care of the security of all. The Ticos are attentive and hospitable, and have an exquisite treatment with the tourist. They are the first to guide you about where to move and where not to move. Learn more about security in Costa Rica here.
Costa Ricans are colloquially called “ticos”. In Costa Rica there is a culture full of traditions, both indigenous and colonial. In this section you will find information about some of their customs and most important elements of their culture.
Learn more about the climate of this beautiful country. Costa Rica has a tropical climate characterized by high temperatures and abundant rainfall during most of the year. In this section you can learn more about the weather and climatic features of the Costa Rican territory.
Seeking to create, improve, and strengthen Costa Rica's image as a tourist destination.