Venture to La Paz Waterfall Gardens and Costa Rica National Stadium (Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica)—just a couple of the popular sights around San Jose De La Montana.
Enjoy a performance or just snap a photo at National Theater, one of the favorite theaters in Catedral District. Amble around this vibrant area's beautiful beaches or experience its acclaimed theater scene.
Explore the great outdoors with a trip to Poas Volcano National Park, a popular green space in Toro Amarillo. Discover the area's volcano viewpoints and waterfalls.
Explore the exotic rainforests, waterways, and fauna-filled parks of Costa Rica on this guided excursion. Drive through densely forested and mountainous Braulio Carillo National Park, and then hop on a boat for a cruise through the channels and lagoons of Tortuguero National Park.
Feel your worries float away in the breeze during a guided cruise across the Gulf of Nicoya to Isla Tortuga. This full-day getaway invites you to relax on the beach and snorkel or participate in an exhilarating banana boat ride before indulging in a 4-course lunch with fresh fruit and soft drinks.
Step aboard a boat at Puntarenas for a scenic cruise across the Gulf of Nicoya. Hop off at Tortuga Island for an afternoon swimming, snorkeling, and lounging on the white sands of this exotic destination, and enjoy a delicious Costa Rican lunch prepared by your crew.
Soar over the canopy on the Caribbean Rainforest Tram for a look at one of Costa Rica’s least-explored and most biologically diverse regions, riding over the rich vegetation and wildlife of this protected forest.
At Poas National Park, look down into the blackened lunar landscape of the 8,885-foot (2,708-m) tall crater. As the billowing smoke and steam dissipate over the fumaroles and sulfuric lake at its center, watch for erupting geysers—they've been known to shoot up to 820 feet (250 m) into the sky.
Visit: Teatro Nacional Costa Rica, Second Ave. and Fifth St., San Jose Costa Rica While in San Jose, head over to Teatro Nacional, the most important theater in Costa Rica. It opened in 1897 with the opera of Fausto de Gounod and features neoclassical facades and an eclectic style.