Central American destination has plenty to offer all
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 01/22/2013 -- It was not long ago that Costa Rica was considered a country that was made for backpackers and rough-and-tumble adventure seekers. There were few business-class hotels in the capital city, let alone the entire country, and other than some isolated luxury properties that were scattered throughout the land, most travelers did not expect they could travel in style. Now that has all changed, and one can enjoy the beautiful country and its magnificent jungles and beaches, without having to be a 20-something who is destined for hotel life.
The economy has grown fast in Costa Rica, and because of that the country has been able to keep up with the demand of its many tourists and visitors. Through this funding they have been able to build better roads, more comfortable and hospitable hotel locations, and provide excellent entertainment services.
The tag that is often used to describe the many wonderful tourist respites is “ecolodge” or “ecoresort”, which may conjure the visions of a hippie commune, but don’t be fooled! While the Costa Rican Sustainable Tourism Program does do its job to ensure that tourist properties attempt to stay ecologically friendly, the facilities are often luxurious and state-of-the-art.
The upscale remodeling of Costa Rica provides the elegance that many tourists desire, while still maintaining the Latin American culture that makes the country and its people so unique.
Of the many places to stay, areas like the Gulf of Papagayo, Lake and Mount Arenal, and The Cloud Forests are just a small handful of the almost countless beautiful, safe, and inspiring locations Costa Rica has to offer.
The Gulf of Papagayo is a posh location on the north-wester Guanacaste Province that is quickly becoming a world favorite. Once known for its sabaneros and horses, Papagayo Peninsula has become one of the most luxurious locations in Central America. It is located just minutes from the Liberia airport, one of the two international airports in the country.
The Arenal region is also located in the Guanacaste region, and is home to some of the best inland climate a country can enjoy. Whether spending time in towns like Nuevo Arenal or Tronadora, or enjoying the mountain and lake themselves, the mixture of natural and nurture found in the many small towns in the area is a vacationers paradise.
For those who are not fans of the humidity that often comes with Costa Rica, and really want to come face-to-face with the jungle that is the heartbeat of the country, exploring the Cloud Forest may be the the best bet. It is one of the most popular destinations in Costa Rica, and gives people a chance to see nature in all its glory, while staying at reasonable temperatures anyone can handle.
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