Undoubtedly, you won’t have to work hard to sell Costa Rica to clients looking for a perfect honeymoon recommendation.
The Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) defines adventure travel as “exciting, participatory travel that takes place in unusual outdoor settings.”
For most visitors, almost all routes lead to and from San Jose, a central and interior city—ringed by low mountains and a profusion of flowers and greenery—that is high enough (3,600 ft.) to be chilly at night. It’s also a casual place where it is said that “no one wears a tie except first-time tourists and clerks.”
Costa Rica is abloom in spas, sprouting up like mushrooms after a rainstorm.
Costa Rica, almost the size of West Virginia, stretches 288 miles north to south, with 631 miles of Pacific coastline and 132 miles on the Caribbean side.
Nature Air and Sansa are the two major domestic carriers, serving more than a dozen destinations throughout the country.