A visit to the stunning Costa Rica with Wildfoot Travel is an absolute must for wildlife lovers – or indeed, anyone who likes to live life on the wild side.
An introduction to Costa Rica
Costa Rica is sandwiched between Nicaragua and Panama, with the Pacific Ocean to the West and the Caribbean Sea to the East. It takes a 13 hour flight to reach, as no direct services are available from the UK as of yet.
Feel free to take your trip with us at any time of the year. Costa Rica’s two coastlines mean that you’ll most likely experience a variety of weather on your trip, no matter what time of year you visit.
One thing to keep in mind is that levels of humidity in Costa Rica are constantly high, so we would suggest that you make use of the laundry services available in your accommodation for drying your clothes!
Costa Rica is wild, wild, wild…
In terms of the trips we offer, the recurring theme is wildlife. Each of our packages are over a week in length, which enables you to truly make the most of your time in Costa Rica. From tropical rainforests to viewing volcanoes, there’s bound to be something for anyone to do or see.
One thing that may affect when you choose to visit is the spectacular wildlife events. Spring is ideal for whale watching in Corcovado, while summer time is best for watching turtles of all kinds come ashore on the beach. The rainforests flourish all year long and are ideal for bird watching.
Wildfoot Travel is here to help
The main language in Costa Rica is Spanish. Although we do advise learning a few key phrases, our English-speaking guides will be there to help you for the majority of your visit.
A large variety of accommodation is available in Costa Rica. As it’s one of the most infamous wildlife hotspots in the world, the majority of the accommodation is eco friendly. From family-run lodges on the coast to international chains, the choice really is up to you.
As one of the leading wildlife travel specialists, Wildfoot Travel is here to guide you at every step of your journey to Costa Rica – so don’t hesitate to contact us to learn more about any of our recently-introduced packages to this ever-fascinating part of Central America.