Over the past few years, Costa Rica has become one of the most important tourism destinations in the globe. Its exuberant natural beauty, outstanding locations and sustainable tourism attracts visitors from all over the world.
As a result, tourism activities have become the motor that ignites Costa Rica’s economy.
Costa Rica’s success as a preferred tourism destination is confirmed by the enthusiastic response from the airlines. The country is now connected to the largest cities in the United States and direct flights to and from Europe are also available.
In addition to the Juan Santamaria airport located in the province of Alajuela, Costa Rica offers a second international terminal, the Daniel Oduber airport in Guanacaste.
Costa Rica is divided into 6 main tourism regions, the Caribbean, the Central Pacific, the Central Valley, the North Pacific, the Northern region and the South Pacific. All regions offer a thriving marketplace for everyone!
Costa Rica surprised the entire world when it became a solid tourism destination with a wide variety of products and services, catering to the tastes of practically every visitor. Ongoing creativity in the marketplace over the past 20-plus years has been key for this success.
Today, Costa Rica is recognized as a mature and distinguished destination that offers the right environment for visitors such as safety, a tradition of peace, widespread use and knowledge of a second language, biodiversity, and a firm commitment to sustainable tourism.
What sets the country apart is a combination of important strengths such as infrastructure, nature, adventure, sun and beaches. Hence, many visitors have chosen Costa Rica as the location for a second home.
Costa Rica, strategically located in the heart of the western hemisphere, has become the ideal destination for the trip of a lifetime.