Costa Rica is rich in wildlife and exotic features unique for its biodiversity. The country is a biological corridor for an amazing array of vegetation and wildlife between North and South America; it boasts three mountain ranges with active and dormant volcanoes. Here, you’ll find the perfect balance between amenities and nature, city and jungle, world-class touristic infrastructure and historic and cultural sites. More than 25% of Costa Rica’s land area is protected in national parks, biological reserves, wildlife refuges and private preserves.
The oldest most stable democracy in Latin America, Costa Rica, has become an example to the world in many aspects, such as social development and sustainability. For many years now, it has been chosen to host international congresses, seminars, high-level meetings and, of course, group activities.
Costa Rica can be visited at any time of year. The rainy season (called green season also) comes starting May and through November, and the dry season or summertime is from December to April.