Wildlife Migration Season Has Arrived In Costa Rica (May to November)

Humpback Whale

Discover Costa Rica’s diverse wildlife migrations with our detailed guides and maps. Experience the world’s longest humpback whale season, crucial turtle nesting sites, and birdwatching across varied ecozones. Ideal for wildlife enthusiasts, this resource highlights optimal times and places for observing these spectacular species. Download our comprehensive Migration Season Portfolio today for unparalleled wildlife experiences.

Wildcats of Costa Rica: Jaguars & Pumas

Discover the rich biodiversity of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, including jaguars and pumas. Witness wildlife wonders while supporting conservation efforts. Stay at sustainable lodges like Lapa Rios and El Remanso for an unforgettable experience.

Elevate Your Guests’ Travels with Our Driver-Guide Service

Discover unforgettable moments with our Naturalist Guide Transport Service. Our expert Driver-Guides, dubbed the “Dream Team”, offer intimate, personalized experiences. Guests explore at their pace, uncovering hidden gems and connecting with Costa Rican culture. Each guest is matched with a guide, ensuring a tailored adventure. Join us and elevate your travel experience.

Visit The International Animal Rescue in Costa Rica

Your guests will have an educational experience at the IAR Center. They’ll delve into Costa Rica’s wildlife issues and conservation solutions. Meet fascinating residents like howler monkeys while supporting the mission to build a new rehabilitation facility – while making a lasting impact on Nosara’s biodiversity.

Tailoring Exceptional Experiences with Our Concierge Team

Our concierge service is where we craft unique experiences with a personal touch.

We believe the little personal touches and attention to detail is what makes all the difference in luxury travel. And we’re here to make this happen.

Hidden Gem: Playa Cativo Lodge, Costa Rica

Tucked away next to the calm waters of Golfo Dulce, Playa Cativo charms with unrivaled intimacy. It’s set on private rainforest grounds bordering the 35,000 acres of the Piedras Blancas National Park and its own pristine beach.