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Most people who come on vacation in Costa Rica will enter the San Jose International Airport in the Central Valley. There you can find luxury hotels and golf resorts, boutique bed & breakfast, day Spas mountain huts. The weather here is like an eternal spring.

Alajuela
As the second largest city, Alajuela is situated 20 km northwest of the capital San Jose in the gorgeous Central Valley. It has an important place in Costa Rica’s history, for its role in the independence ...
Bajos del Toro
 Lying in the valley between Viejo Volcano and Poas, Bajos del Toro is a typically cloudy, rainy town, which fits itself perfectly with the surrounding natural beauty and abundant wildlife. Waterfall...
Heredia
The capital of Heredia province is the small yet quaint Heredia city, which is just 10 km from northern San Jose at the foothills of the extinct Barva Volcano. One of Costa Rica’s most historical cities, H...
Poas Volcano
One of the main highlights of the San Jose Highlands is its amazing scenery. A quaint charming area and many coffee plantations lie here offering some of the best coffee in the cou...
San Gerardo de Dota
 San Gerardo has become recently a must place to visit for those birdwatchers aiming to spot the Resplendent Quetzal. Located near Cerro de la Muerte, at an altitude of 7000 ft above sea level, surro...
San Isidro De El General
 Pérez Zeledón area is located in the Southern Region of the country and counts with one of Costa Rica’s last hidden havens: San Isidro de El General, a traditional agricultural town, and now, ...
San Jose
 Due to its strategic location, San Jose is the ideal place to use as a base to start or end your journey in Costa Rica. San Jose is set in the middle of the central valley and surrounded by high mou...
Turrialba
 Conveniently located between San Jose and the Caribbean Coast, this lively region is distinguished for its green rolling hills and fertile volcanic farmland. Turrialba´s rich volcanic soil ...