Welcome to Costa Rica!
Nestled between Nicaragua and Panama, Costa Rica makes a part of the Isthmus of Panama, later known as Central America. Although it is considered a development country, Costa Rica has one of the highest literacy rate in the world and a stable economy of electronics, coffee, bananas and of course tourism supported.
Also, its magnificent diversity of wildlife and landscapes, as well as Costa Rica is known for its neutrality. The government agreed to dismiss the military, but focuses on investments in education. The people of Costa Rica are friendly, polite and laid-back attitudes that reflect their pacifist attitude toward other countries. Even though they pride themselves on their independence and uniqueness, they are graciously welcome visitors from outside.
Together with its varied topography, its one-of-a-kind position as the country between North and South America and the divider of the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, this small country blessed with an unparalleled variety of wildlife. It is relevant to maintain these protected areas to ensure the survival of all living things. Strong seismic activity over time results in the towering volcanoes and rugged mountains that make this small nation state is known around the world.
The variety of landscapes in Costa Rica is, it is something for everyone, from the hustle and bustle of cities, to the exhilaration of white water rafting, relaxing hot springs, enchanting reefs and magical mountain cloud forest, all with the capability to view rainbow-colored macaws, sleepy sloths, endangered sea turtles, “alien-like” insects and gregarious troop of monkeys on the road.
A land of prowling jaguars, hummingbirds and butterflies glittering electric blue. It is a land of volcanoes and valleys, green with lush forests and barren paramo, the palm-fringed beaches and rocky shores. Costa Rica is home to additional organisms per square than any other country state on earth.
Costa Rica is the ideal destination for nature travelers and tourists because of this ecological civility and the topographical and biological diversity. The nation state has officially secured his nation a greater percentage than any other country, providing shelter and protection to an incredible variety of exotic plants and animals, many of which are endemic to this nation state. By visiting Costa Rica and its national parks and reserves, you will directly contribute to the protection of a variety of native wildlife.
Find out when the Costa Rican public holidays
COSTA RICA HOLIDAYS
January 1: New Year’s Day
January 18: Martin L. King’s Birthday
February 15: President’s Day
01 Abril: Good Friday (C.R )
May 01: Labor Day (C.R )
May 31: Memorial Day
July 4: Independence Day (U.S)
September 6: Labor Day (U.S)
September 15: Independence Day (C.R )
October 11: Columbus Day
November 11: Veteran’s Day
November 25: Thanksgiving Day
December 24: Christmas Day (U.S)
December 25: Christmas Day (C.R)
December 31: New Year’s Day (U.S)
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