Covering only 0.03% of the surface of our planet, Costa Rica has approximately 6% of the world's biodiversity. Characterized by impressive scenic beauty, a consolidated system of protected areas, social and political stability, high educational levels, and efficient infrastructure and services, Costa Rica has become a premiere travel destination. Costa Rica was a pioneer in eco-tourism and continues to draw tourists from all over the world to visit its numerous national parks, marvel in its rich variety of plants and animals, and bask in the sun along its beautiful coastal beaches.
The standard Tour and Travel Program includes expeditions to the Tortuguero Canals, Arenal Volcano, Savegre Refuge, Monteverde and Manuel Antonio National Parks, the Guanacaste Peninsula, and the La Marta Wildlife Refuge. We can, however, accomdate trips to other top tourism destinations throughout the country.
Far more than a generic all-inclusive beach destination, unlike the vast majority of the region, the country of national parks and biological reserves offers endless appeal beyond the usual sand and surf. Here are the top 7 natural wonders of Costa Rica, as determined by citizens of the nation in a recent newspaper poll.
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