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Vincent's tips, local guide
Vincent's tips, local guide

Discover Costa Rica like you've never seen it before! I offer you 4 new and printable tourist maps. A trip trip to Costa Rica, is the opportunity to discover astonishing landscapes and treasured regions with the most incredible fauna and flora. Use our distance map to easily organize your trips and don't miss the secret spots map. Discover our maps to plan your trip in the best possible way.

Region map

The extremely rich natural environment, with 20 national parks and natural reserves make Costa Rica the ideal country for a family trip. Huge beaches lined with coconut trees that offer remarkable diving sites on the Puntarenas and Osa peninsulas. Hiking trails through volcanoes, jungle and the vast forests of the Northern Plains or Guanacaste. All this is enhanced by its welcoming and environmentally-conscious population.

Carte des régions COSTA RICA

Overview of 5 tourist regions

photo Caribbean Coast

Caribbean Coast

wild nature and white sand beach are part of this magnificent scenery where the waves are legion.

photo Central Valley

Central Valley

The beating heart of Costa Rica, San Jose is a bustling city that gives way, as you move further and further away, to a beautiful cultural and spiritual home.

photo Guanacaste


a real treasure for eco-tourism, the north-west of Costa Rica offers a staggering number of protected areas, falls, forests and beautiful volcanoes.

photo Puntarenas


The first half of the 6km long peninsula, nicknamed "the sandy point", the port of Puntarenas and its markets are a must do.

photo South Pacific

South Pacific

a native region where the Cordillera of Talamanca makes room for the massive plains and banana, coffee and palm tree plantations.

*According to the geographic breakdown of thetraveler.net

Attractions maps

A stay in Costa Rica is an unforgettable holiday in an idyllic setting. In this preserved corner of paradise, the discovery of Monteverde's cloud forest (or nuboso bosque) is a must do. You should not miss the volcanoes as well! Like the Volcán Arenal, which can be discovered through exceptional hiking trails, leading to the hot springs of Tabacón.
Nevertheless, it should be noted that the ascent of Cerro Chato is no longer allowed. Costa Rica also has countless preserved national parks, including the Manuel Antonio National Park, home of sloths and pelicans. The same applies to the Corcovado National Park and its unspoilt jungle, or the Tortuguero National Park, which can be discovered by kayaking, Not to mention the beaches that stretch as far as the eye can see in Montezuma, Mal País and Playa Santa Teresa de la Península de Nicoya, Sarapiquí for rafting and kayaking enthusiasts, and Nosara for surfers.
For a cultural stay, a visit to San José is essential with its neo-classical and colonial architecture as well as its pre-Colombian museums, unless you prefer a gastronomic discovery, especially in the coffee plantations and agricultural lands of Finca Cristina, Valle de Orosi, or Finca Café Britt.

Carte des incontournables COSTA RICA

Routes and distances maps

Easy to access, Costa Rica is very well served by British companies. The high season in Costa Rica runs from December to April. For a round trip, the minimum fare being around 850£. Once arrived, trust local bus services, they are slow, but will allow you to have a glimpse of what local life is like. Road conditions make it dangerous for inexperienced drivers to drive a car. Fast, safe and relatively inexpensive in terms of time saved, the plane serves most of Costa Rica, but you will still need to use a bus or taxi to reach your final destination.

Carte des incontournables COSTA RICA

Map of my secrets places

Carte des coins secrets de COSTA RICA