Costa Rica InfosCosta Rica- paradise for travellers

Costa Rica is part of the tropical zone with quite constant temperatures during the year.

The climate depends on the altitude and the amount of precipitation. At the pacific side, the dry period begins in December and ends in April. Apart from May, winds from the southwest might provide rainfalls which get stronger and stronger until October in the western half of the country.

Similar effects provoke low pressure areas in the Caribbean flatland. This wet-dry climate is subject to the global climate change. Consequently, it is just possible to give a forecast of the weather with a certain probability. All in all, Costa Rica is a country that can be visited through the whole year without having to think too much about climate or diseases.

In order to be able to connect your electronic devices with European plugs, an adapter is quite helpful. The voltage in Costa Rica is about 110 V but fluctuations of the electric current cannot be excluded.

aeropuerto SJO

Juan Santamaria Airport

most travellers getting here

tortuguero village

Tortuguero National Park

a must go in Costa Rica


agriculture in Costa Rica

a lot of banana- plantationsin the caribbean


wildlife in Costa Rica

you can see them at any place- take care


the tucan is a very colourful bird

there are different species

cloud forest

the cloud forest

a very interesting destiny- in several places in CR

The topic environmental protection is extraordinarily important in Costa Rica, one of the worldwide leaders in this area. More than 25% of the land has been turned into national parks or biological reserves. Furthermore, a lot of effort is put on the reduction of deforestation. The Costa Rican banana industry intents – together with the government under Luis Guillermo Solis – to be the first Central American country that reduces its’ CO2 emissions down to zero until 2021.
The export of bananas and tourism are the main economic sources of the Costa Rica.