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Visiting Costa Rica

Costa Rica is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. With delicious food, exotic wildlife, and gorgeous scenery, your family is sure to have a fantastic vacation! Many families choose Costa Rica vacation rentals instead of typical hotel rooms. Costa Rica rental homes offer much more privacy than hotels, which is especially important for families with children. Costa Rica rentals leased by owner are excellent choices for a memorable family vacation!
Tourists looking for homes for rent in Costa Rica will be interested in learning the easiest way to travel around the area. Flying is the best way to get around Costa Rica. Because it's a small country, flights between regions are inexpensive and quick. The most popular months for tourism are from November to April, so be sure to book your flights online in advance to save time and money! Rental cars are available, but driving conditions may be less than ideal. Make sure to research car companies before deciding to rent a car in Costa Rica. Taxis and buses are other affordable ways to explore the area.

Areas Within Costa Rica

Visitors interested in Costa Rica beach rentals will want to know the most popular areas of the country. Here are a few of the area's must-see regions:
Caribbean Coast: If you're looking for quiet beaches, inexpensive seafood, and beautiful wildlife, the Caribbean Coast is a must-see.
Pacific Coast: This region includes Guanacaste, which is home to activities like fishing, surfing, horseback riding, and volcano tours. The Nicoya Peninsula is another popular spot on the Pacific Coast.
Central Pacific: The Central Pacific region of Costa Rica is a favorite among tourists. With its stretches of beautiful beaches, national parks, coffee plantations, mountains, and small villages, your family is sure to find something to enjoy.
Central Valley covers the area from San Ramon of Alajuela to Paraiso of Cartago (west to east). More than half of the population of Costa Rica resides in the Central Valley, and it is the economic hub of the region.
Sightseeing in Costa Rica and Things to Do
You'll never be bored while visiting Costa Rica! House rentals are a wonderful way to see the region because they allow you the most freedom to explore. Families will love visiting Costa Rica's many parks and must-see features.
Corcovado National Park is an 11,000-acre rainforest in the South Pacific. Visitors can spot lots of ...

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