According to Lonely Planet, publisher of travel guides, Costa Rica stands out as having the most accessible contact with nature in North and South America.
One of the many tall trees above your head creaks and you raise your head to see a troop of white-faced monkeys eating fruit. A ‘mono’ notices the presence of visitors and runs quickly on the branches while carrying a baby clinging to her back.
Lonely Planet notes that tourists can, in one day, explore the forest, visit a volcano and travel to the Pacific beaches where you can taste suitable for surfing waves.
As one of the safest and most developed countries in the region, Costa Rica is very easy to navigate, and there are experiences for all ages: beaches suitable for children, animal trails accessible to the Hearing and surf trips for youth and life Night and activities with high doses of adrenaline (as rafting and canopy) for teenagers and adults.
The publication recommends a vacation period for at least 10 days in Costa Rica.