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Planning to celebrate your marvelous dream of the perfect wedding at the beach, submerged in the real tropics, or surrounded by clouds in one of our almost out of these world mountains? Let us know your thoughts and we will be glad to assist you with all the details to make your celebration unforgettable...
Besides the hotels we recommend for eloping, we have as well some more destinations for this once in a life time...
Costa Rica Honeymoons does it for you, with you and unforgettable!!

Arenal Volcano

Arenal surroundings

Arenal Volcano, one of the ten most active volcanoes in the world, is a fascinating natural wonder and must visit destination for many travelers to Costa Rica. On almost a daily basis, red-hot rocks crash down its steep slopes and volcanic grumbles produce huge ash columns above the crater. Our goal is to provide the tools and services, that will help you planning a fun and memorable adventure, either for your honeymoon or for your wedding in Costa Rica.


The Caribbean

Costa Rica's Atlantic coast offers tropical locations, pristine rain forests, abundant wildlife, excellent eco tourism opportunities, world-class fishing for tarpon and snook, and miles of thrilling beaches, where endangered sea turtles come ashore to lay their eggs. One of the country's most popular eco tourism destinations are: the canals, rivers, beaches, and lakes of Tortuguero National Park, "Costa Rica's Amazon". In one of nature's most amazing spectacles, Green Turtles nest along the beaches here from July to October. This is just a small sample of the things this destination offers you...

 

Caribbean Coast


Playa Mansita

Guanacaste

Beautiful beaches, fascinating national parks and a variety of activities, including world-class fishing and diving, awaits visitors to the largest province of Costa Rica. Traveling from the Central Valley to Guanacaste is an almost surreal experience. The steep and winding roads, gradually become flatter and straighter, and the lush, humid plant-life becomes sparser and drier. The mountains that before hemmed you in on both sides now become relegated to the distant horizon, replaced by vast, open lowlands ("called bajuras"). Originally part of Nicaragua, Nicoya region was annexed to Costa Rica by popular vote on July 25, 1824 and although it is very much a part of the country, it is distinctive not only in its terrain, but also in its culture.


Monteverde

Founded in the 1950's by a group of Quakers from USA; Monteverde has gained international renown as one of the most outstanding wildlife sanctuaries in the tropics. The reserve spreads out over 10,500 hectares of land that hold six different life zones. Its climate and terrain produce an incredible bio-diversity. There are at least 400 bird species in this high elevation rain forest, including the Resplendent Quetzal, ancient holy bird of the Mayans, over 100 species of mammals, 120 species of amphibians and reptiles and an estimated 2,500 species of plants making Monteverde a true "nature lover's paradise". It has a definite wet and dry season, though the upper levels have fog and rain much of the year.

Montevrede Cloud Forest


Manuel Antonio

Puntarenas

The Central Pacific has many important national and private protected areas. These pristine green zones provide sanctuary for many endangered species. The two most well known areas, Carara National Park and Manuel Antonio National Park, are readily accessible natural laboratories that nature lovers will enjoy immensely. Carara National Park borders the Tarcoles River.This transitional zone encompasses several ecosystems and harbors an incredible variety of wildlife including the largest population of Scarlet Macaws in Costa Rica. Herradura Beach is a small, quiet, protected cove with just enough infrastructures to make it comfortable. Sport fishing charters, visits to Tortuga Island, and romantic sunset tours round out a full fare of water-related activities including snorkeling, wind surfing, and water skiing. The Southern zone has the highest percentage of land devoted to national parks and forest reserves with the greatest biodiversity of any region in the country.


Central Valley & surroundings

The heart of Costa Rica, the Central Valley, boasts a nearly perfect climate, excellent museums, drive-up volcanoes and fertile hillsides dotted with coffee plantations. Within this fertile temperate valley live most of the country's population. The capital city of San Jose, is located at an altitude of 2,900' feet above sea level, giving it an idyllic climate with temperatures that vary from the mid-70's Fº during the day to about 60Fº at night. San Jose offers its visitors a wide variety of activities and a thriving nightlife with its many clubs, bars, casinos, fine restaurants, shops, and some very impressive museums sprinkled throughout the city. And, if you are looking for adventures, just take a look of our San José one day tours: national parks, coffee olantations, volcanoes, canopy tours, white water rafting and much more...

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