The Monteverde Cloud Forest is a Costa Rican tourist attraction that discourages tourists. It’s hard to find, harder to leave and even harder to forget as one of the world’s most fascinating eco-systems.
There are reasons aplenty why Costa Rica has been named the “greenest” country in the world. They include an astounding array of wildlife, environments from dense jungle to magnificent beaches and much more, all in a compact easy-to-see setting.
Go World Travel contributor Freddy Sherman spends some time with Philippe Cousteau, environmentalist, author and television presenter.
Looking for the best healthcare in the world? It may just be a beach vacation away.
Get a taste of Costa Rican coffee and learn about the process on the lush slopes of the Poas Volcano in Alajuela.
Have questions about travel to Costa Rica? Local experts provide their insight on Costa Rica travel.
We had always dreamed of staying in a tree house. Here’s how it went when we stayed at Finca Bellavista in the rainforest of Costa Rica.
How Juan Santamaria, Costa Rica’s national hero, got his own holiday.
Save the world? Start with a house.
Even in the middle of the night, answer your phone immediately. The nearby volcano erupts twice nearly every hour.
A jungle oasis awaits. But only if your raft can make it past swirling holes and rushing river rapids.
You don’t have to be a “Lava Junkie” to get a rush out of visiting Costa Rica’s active and very vocal Arenal Volcano.