Costa Rica is a natural beauty: its coastline looks
out on to two oceans with over 1250 miles of beaches which 780 miles are on the
Pacific Ocean and between these oceans are 32 national parks, over 60
volcanoes, 15 wildlife refuges and hundreds of protected reserves but don’t let
all this information overwhelm you, Bill Beard’s experts are here to help you
get the vacation you have always dreamed about with no down time and the lowest
possible price. However we do travel at your pace, just tell us what it is. Our
office is in La Fortuna, Costa Rica, we are open 7 days a week and you will
have our 24 hour contact number.
For a small country – it’s about the same size as West
Virginia– Costa Rica crams in extraordinary biodiversity. Costa Rica
accounts for only 0.03 percent of the earth’s surface (has only 51.100km2).
However it contains nearly 6 percent of the world’s biodiversity. Its natural
wealth, both in species and ecosystems, is partly explained by its geographical
position. Bill Beard’s packages and tours are ideal for first-time visitors who
want to sample the country’s highlights without any fuss, taking in the Manuel Antonio National Park, which
boasts gorgeous beaches as well as protected forests – home to sloths,
pelicans, white-faced monkeys and anteaters – the dreamily beautiful Monteverde Cloud Forest, and the Arenal Volcano in La Fortuna, one of
Costa Rica’s most picturesque. We can add easy hikes en route, a boat ride, and
extra excursions including white water rafting, zip lining, waterfall
rappelling, sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving, surfing, horse back riding. and MUCH MORE.
Manuel Antonio National Park
For Fly and drive
Even though we do recommend that you use our
transportation with an English speaking naturalist guides we will arrange a rental car if you
want more adventure but we do suggest that you don’t drive st night. Costa
Rica’s roads are safer, more scenic and quieter than those of its neighbors and
having four wheel drives opens up un-touristy towns and villages. You can drive
to Caño Blanco to catch a boat to Tortuguero National Park (to which there is
no road access) to see caiman, iguanas, river turtles and more than 320 species
of birds including toucans and parrots. Next come cacao-growing areas and a
stunning drive up to the Monteverde cloud forest, to see more
flora and fauna and perhaps take a ride on a zip line. A journey north on the
Pan-American Highway may conclude at the Rincón de La Vieja National Park, set
around an active volcano, and surrounded by lush cattle-raising cowboy country.
Bill Beard’s will be happy to make all the arrangements for your tours and
accommodations. Here are some more tips & roadside signs you need: LEARN MORE
Tortuguero National Park
Parque Nacional Tortuguero is a protected wilderness area on Costa Rica’s northern Caribbean coast. Its beaches are famous nesting grounds for sea turtles, including endangered green turtles. The park’s freshwater creeks and lagoons, which can be navigated by boat or canoe, shelter caimans and river turtles. The surrounding dense rainforest is also rich with wildlife, from monkeys to many bird species. One of Costa Rica’s most popular ecotourism destinations, the canals, rivers, beaches and lagoons of Tortuguero National Park are a study of Rainforest, freshwater and marine biology. The park and small town of Tortuguero are accessible by boat or small aircraft. When people think of Rainforest, the first thing that automatically comes to their minds is Tortuguero. You will need boat transportation, accommodations and tour reservations and we will make them for you.
Surf and swim
It’s not only sloths who get to chill in Costa Rica.
While many beaches are framed by jungles and wild-looking landscapes, they can
still be used for the usual beach stuff: sunbathing, swimming, sport fishing, surfing, snorkelling and scuba diving. The Nicoya Peninsula is
physically separate from most of the country and its balmy blue waters are a
fixture on the American surf itinerary. Dirt roads are motorbike-friendly and
it’s easy to move between hip Malpais and Santa Teresa and arty Manzanillo. Hotels
run the gamut from ultra-exclusive boutique pads and full-service resorts to
surf shacks and house lets. The food in Nicoya is probably the best in the
country, with some swanky poolside restaurants around Santa Teresa. Nicoya is
also considered a “blue area” with many residents over the century mark. Learn To Surf In Tamarindo
The Nicoya Peninsula is on Costa Rica’s Pacific coast. It comprises northern Guanacaste Province and southern Puntarenas Province. The area’s surf beaches include Playa Santa Teresa and Playa Mal País in the south, and Playa Grande, in Las Baulas National Marine Park, in the north. Leatherback turtles nest and hatch at Playa Grande. Olive ridley turtles arrive farther south at Ostional National Wildlife Refuge.
Monteverde Cloud Forest Preserve
Monteverde is a town in mountainous northwestern Costa Rica. It’s renowned for its biodiverse forests in the clouds. The famous Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve shelters countless wildlife species, including jaguars, ocelots and the colorfully plumed resplendent quetzal. The reserve’s marked trails cut through ferns and orchids, and way overhead, suspended bridges allow walks above the forest canopy. As Central America’s most adventure-focused destination, Costa Rica has become a favorite with younger generations. A very enjoyable experience in the area is to travel between Monteverde and Arenal Volcano by boat across Lake Arenal with spectacular views of the volcano:T
Families and other fauna
Costa Rica is great for the best kind of family holiday – that is, one that incorporates lots of outdoor fun, a bit of eco-minded education and some memorable encounters with wildlife. Bill Beard’s is unlimited in what we can have in your itinerary throughout the entire country. Waves, Whales and Waterfalls, humpback whale-watching, a river trip aboard a boat on the Rio Tempesque, hiking at the foot of the Arenal volcano and enjoying the world famous hot springs, a canopy tour and ziplining through the rainforest and some beach time at the Manuel Antonio National Park. You will see monkeys, sloths and iguanas, as well as lots of hundreds of birds. Costa Rica has 967 species and the list of things you can do and see just goes on and on.
Sublimely beautiful Costa Rica has something for everyone. The treats range from exciting adventure to leisurely relaxation, and everything in between that we can add to your diving package. Furthermore, tourists can sample the laid-back national lifestyle that ticos (the name the Costa Ricans call themselves) refer to as ‘Pura Vida’ – ‘pure life’: no stress, no hassle. All this, combined with unsurpassed natural beauty and a developed and accommodating tourist industry, makes Costa Rica a wonderful place to visit and vacation.
Our agents can set up the all inclusive or al a carte vacation package and itinerary you want throughout the country.
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Rica In The Shadow Of Arenal Volcano, behind the Catholic Church, Near The
World Famous Hot Springs.
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