Las Selvas de Costa Rica


From the Caribbean to the Pacific

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Jungles towered over by steaming mountains; natural cascades, misty rainforests and wilderness beaches are all awaiting you in Central America’s greenest paradise.

From the Caribbean to the Pacific, this diminutive republic is home to surprising diversity and it boasts being one of the best-conserved nations on the planet. Adventure, nature and tradition reign in the country Ticos call pura vida, i.e., “pure life.”


Costa Rica. Adentrarse en un avión ultraligero

Costa Rica. Adentrarse en un avión ultraligero

Hop an ultralight aircraft to go deep into Ballena National Marine Park, to whale-watch for hunchbacks and bottleneck dolphins.

Costa Rica. Deslizarse por el dosel del bosque lluvioso en Arenal

Costa Rica. Deslizarse por el dosel del bosque lluvioso en Arenal

Slip about around the rainforest canopy at Arenal, with a caress for the treetops.

Costa Rica. Disfrutar del atardecer en un catamarán privado

Costa Rica. Disfrutar del atardecer en un catamarán privado

Thrill to sunsets from private catamarans at Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio.

Costa Rica. Visitar los antiguos cementerios indígenas

Costa Rica. Visitar los antiguos cementerios indígenas

Visit ancient indigenous cemeteries on Isla del Caño, itself surrounded by exceedingly beautiful coral reefs. Perfect for snorkeling.

Did you know?

Costa Rica is one of the most biologically diverse nations on earth. That’s why NUBA has for some time been contributing to compensating for the pollution each of its journeys provokes; we support reforestation at La Tigra Forest Reserva and Costa Rica’s goal of becoming the world’s first carbon-neutral nation.

Recommended travel time: Winter

The best time for traveling to Costa Rica is July to October, the ideal months for enjoying the tender experience of seeing sea turtle colonies.

Seasonal experiences

Check out thoroughly imposing Arenal Volcano by crossing its rope bridges and the Pacuare Forests’ humid glades. It’s also one of the best spots in the world for river rafting.

Hang ten at gorgeous Playa Santa Teresa on the Nicoya Peninsula.

Get up close to customs in one of the oldest indigenous communities in Costa Rica, known as the Maleku. They’re renowned for making masks even as their life is hidden in the most remote corners of the forest and makes its way to drumbeats.

Discover the wildest Tico nightlife—specifically its nocturnal animal species—under the moonlight and in the company of a naturalist guide. Or try the alternative path on a private farm to which NUBA has exclusive access.

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