American Resorts Association members say that with stunning beauty, thrill-seeking recreational and picture-perfect resort accommodations, Costa Rica stands out to be a dream vacation spot for all types of travelers. American Resorts Association suggests this tiny Central American country embodies the complete appreciation of life’s simple delights. And the real reason that Costa Rica is named as the happiest place on this earth is all because of its pleasant and content people, good ecological footprint and average life expectancy.
Therefore, if you are a real beach nut or surfing enthusiastic Costa Rica is the place to be on during your holidays.
Costa Rica considered the ultimate natural paradise all because of its biodiversity and national treasures. It is home to about twenty-six national parks that are unique in their respect and are spread out all over the area. It also has a staggering wealth of flora and fauna that the nature-loving tourists get to explore.
Tourists love to soak in the beauty of Costa Rica amidst luxurious hotels and budget-friendly accommodations. They can even camp under the stars and experience Mother Nature at her very best.
American Resorts Association members say that the lucky tourists get to witness volcanic eruptions that they will not be able to see anywhere else. Tourists can spend their days indulging in fun and adventure activities and enjoy surfing, swimming, and snorkeling. While the travelers, interested in land adventures can enjoy a tour of the amazing Manuel Antonio National Park or explore its Montverde Cloud Forests.
American Resorts Association recommends visiting Manual Antonio National Park
Costa Rica’s Rain-forests are home to exotic wildlife and tourist while holidaying gets to see some of the rarest creatures like the Leather Back Turtle and Squirrel Monkeys.
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American Resorts Association members say that the tourists who prefer to experience its open spaces can enjoy a Canopy Tour and Zip Line across its rain-forest to enjoy a bird’s eye view of its natural splendors.