Costa Rica is endowe with multiple playgrounds for swimming, watersport and deep sea fishing enthusiasts. Beyond the beaches lie jagged mountains and volcanoes cloaked with rain forest that shelter exotic species of plants, birds, butterflies and animalsunder the forest canopy. Costa Rica is bathed with the Caribbean Sea on its eastern shores and the Pacific Ocean on its western edge.
The Capital , San Jose is It is located in the center of the country, is an ideal point of entry, providing a view off the country’s history and cultural wealth. Built with income from the coffee trade, Museos as the National, the Art and the Gold. with very important and outstanding colections.
Visitors follow twisting roads along coffee plantations and volcanoes to nearby provincial capital Heredia, Alajuela and Cartago, the country’s original capital and still religios center, where the Cathedral is famed for its to La Negrita, the nation’s patron saint.
Capital: San Jose
Official Language: Spanish
Currency : Colon
Climate: Humid tropical, clear-cut wet and dry seasons, average temperature 86 F