Small Luxury Resorts are a collection of Quality Resorts in Tropical Holiday locations across the World, offering Quality Accomodation at affordable Price.
Enjoy your stay at any of the below listed Small Luxury Resorts.

Santosh Choudhary

Small Luxury Resorts

Friday, December 9, 2011, 00:30

Costa Rica is located in Central America bordering Panama, Nicaragua, Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea.

Costa Rica is one of the most highly valued tourist destinations. This small piece of land includes all of the necessary components to satisfy the taste of thousands of travelers visiting each year. Costa Rica is characterized by an impressive scenic beauty, a consolidated system of protected areas, social and political stability, high educational levels, and efficient infrastructure and services.

A land of waterfalls, volcanoes, rivers, rain forests and shorelines, Costa Rica offers opportunities to snorkel, raft, kayak, sport fish, surf, scuba dive or zip-line. If you prefer to discover Costa Rica by land, hike, use trail bikes or go by horseback to discover the forests and their hidden treasures.

Costa Rica offers travelers the opportunity to explore diverse ecosystems and embark on adventure tours. The Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean border Costa Rica on the east and west coasts, respectively. A land of eight biological preserves, 20 natural parks and other protected areas, Costa Rica maintains its position as one of the most bio-diverse regions of the world.

Visitors just can't help getting excited about Costa Rica's wildlife. In the country's many national parks and wildlife refuges, visitors are simply amazed by the immense variety of tropical life that flies, swims, hops, crawls, climbs and slithers around them. Thousands of exotic plants form dense canopies of ferns, orchids, bromeliads and philodendrons in the tree-tops.

There are at least six different kinds of habitats in Costa Rica: tropical rain forest, cloud forest, dry tropical forest, montane oak forest, mountainous paramo, and mangrove and other wetlands.

Costa Rica, described as tropical, does have two main seasons: dry and wet. Because of the varied zones, those seasons differ slightly throughout the country but the high tourist season is from late November through April; September and October experience the heaviest amounts of rainfall. You will find, however, that the 12 hours of daylight remain no matter when you travel. Average annual temperatures range between 70 to 81 degrees Fahrenheit.

Spanish is the official language and English is spoken in Tourist Areas.

Costa Rica can be reached by flight connections from many European, North, Central and South American Airports.

Eco Lodge Resort & Hotel in Costa Rica is a rain forest ecotourism resort, with an extra touch in style, comfort and service. This top family vacation spot lies along Costa Rica's beautiful Northern Pacific Mountains, an exclusive location with breathtaking panoramic views of Arenal Volcano and the famous Coter & Arenal Lakes.


Costa Rica Resorts