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A holiday designed just for you to suit your tastes and budget.
Join a convivial small group holiday to explore Costa Rica with an experienced and knowledgeable naturalist guide.
Take the family on a very special trip.
Costa Rica is a dream destination for a honeymoon with a difference.
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Costa Rica from the Caribbean to the Pacific
Relaxing and inspiring. A holiday for nature and well-being, with more than a little luxury.
Make the most of a short visit to Costa Rica.
A great 'green season' holiday along Costa Rica's Caribbean coast and into Panama.
An enthralling escorted tour with the accent on nature and wildlife.
Trips that work well when you do the driving.
Nature in Golfo Dulce, Osa Peninsula and the southern highlands.
Costa Rica's main locations for great wildlife experiences.
First-rate wildlife at some of Costa Rica's best boutique hotels and wildlife lodges.
What could be nicer than 2 weeks of delightful gardens?
Time at three upmarket lodges in three lesser known areas.
Get to know the many ways of life that make Costa Rica the happiest country.
A well-nigh perfect itinerary for a trip dedicated to Costa Rica's birds.
Two weeks of action-packed adventure all over Costa Rica.
Natural worlds for inquisitive minds with lots of active adventures.
Walking in natural sceneries with comfortable lodgings, tailored to you.
A short visit to Panama after a trip to Costa Rica.
Helpful advice and expert knowledge is just a phone call away.
Best times, busiest times, and times to avoid.
Lots of choices: stylish, rustic, urban, beach …
Four options for getting about in Costa Rica.
We can book your flights, or you could book your own if you prefer.
Combine a trip to Costa Rica with neighbouring Panama or Nicaragua.
Some of the best locations to experience lowland rainforest
Ranchlands, quiet Pacific beaches and bustling resorts.
Dramatic volcanoes and cloud forest reserves
The heart of Costa Rica.
Costa Rica's lively capital city.
A long sweep of coast with lots of variety.
Mountain peaks, paramo vegetation and high farmlands.
Dense forest, gorgeous bays, nature at its finest and wildest.
Costa Rica's long Caribbean coast has a quiet natural vibe.
Glide along narrow river and creeks amid towering forests with plentiful wildlife.
Very dense lowland tropical forests with thick canopies and complex ecosystems.
Mountain forests, cool and moist, with orchids, birds and tree ferns.
Scarce in the tropics, forests bare of leaves in the dry season, with the potential for excellent widlife viewing.
Costa Rica's 4 species of monkey
No animal could seem more content with its existence then the sloth…
The emblem of Central America: the Resplendant Quetzal
Costa Rica's colourful tree frogs and dart frogs are cute beyond belief.
5 of the world's 7 species of turtle nest in Costa Rica.
Find your perfect beach.
Costa Rica's 200 volcanoes include some of the most dramatic in the Americas.
Use our short travel guide to Costa Rica to help plan your trip.
Geodyssey works with all the major airlines to Latin America and the Caribbean with very competitive fares on a choice of routes.
Costa Rica lies in the tropics, so temperatures are fairly constant all year round. The dry season is between December and April.
There are various methods of getting around the country. Costa Rica has good infrastructure and transfers are efficient.
We look for hotels in great locations with character. Many hotels have excellent eco-credentials.
The hub of Costa Rica is the Central Valley, a wide plateau ringed by mountains and volcanoes and home to 70% of Costa Rica’s population.
The mid-Pacific coast is home to a transitional area between dry forest and primary everygreen forest.
Dry ranchlands and authentic rural life. Stretching into the Pacific is the Nicoya Peninsula where wild beaches are seperated by dense forests.
Extremely heavy rains drench the southern part of Costa Rica's Pacific coast but in turn this is one of the most biodiverse, unspoilt parts of the country.
Abundant wildlife at Tortuguero while the southern beaches have a soft African-Caribbean vibe.
A wide triangle of low plains stretches between the Cordillera Central, the Caribbean, and the San Juan river on the border between Costa Rica and Nicaragua.
Steep valleys swathed in cloud forest, high paramo, and rich farmlands.
A bustling, modern city in the middle of the Central Valley.
Wonderful wildlife experiences in completely natural surroundings, where man is the outsider.
Among the most exciting and inspiring experiences of nature.
On the higher slopes of the cordilleras the forests are cool and moist. The tropical air condenses to form mists that shroud the trees.
West of Costa Rica’s cordilleras the climate becomes progressively drier as one travels north through Costa Rica and into Nicaragua.