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High Season Costa Rica Adventures

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Costa Rica’s high season is here, and the real fun is about to begin!

There are many reasons visitors make their way to Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast: From birdwatching to ziplining, there are plenty of ways enjoy its biodiversity, as well as boost your heart rate a bit.

As the weather transitions from the green season, the temperatures remain steady as the humidity begins to drop.

Rafting the Savegre and Naranjo rivers offers landscapes and wildlife viewing opportunities from a different point of view. The rainforest meets the riverbank and you’ll see stunning waterfalls and colorful birds as you raft down the river over rapids. Or, a relaxing kayak trip down the Paquita River to Damas Island, well-known for its mangrove estuary, is a chance to see white-faced monkeys, sloths, green iguanas, and silky anteaters, to name a few.

A horseback ride through the rainforest, with one of the local cowboys to guide you and point out the flora and fauna along the way to Los Sueños waterfall, is another leisurely way to enjoy the outdoors. Once at the waterfall, there are refreshing, natural pools where you can take a dip.

Ziplining through Costa Rica’s rainforest canopy is a rush to remember: combining the thrill of flying in the treetops and the awe of the bird’s eye view of the canopy’s incredible biodiversity. Bromeliads provide homes for frogs and insects, and birds, monkeys, and sloths move from tree to tree.

Canyoneering combines zip lining and rappelling for an experience anyone can enjoy—no experience required as guides provide the equipment and training to rappel through the waterfalls and over rivers.  If you can talk yourself into it, you can even try jumping from the cliffs (4 to 25-foot drops) to the pools below.

The surf is as gentle as the views are stunning on Tortuga Island, a 45-minute boat ride from Los Sueños Marina. Hike the island, snorkel, or soak up the sun on the white sand beach. The island is well-known for its diving sites, including a few shipwrecks. Underwater marine inhabitants include stingrays, angelfish, sharks, Spinner dolphins, and octopus.

Most beaches in the area are accessible, but keep valuables with you, especially passports and driver’s licenses. Jacó is one of Costa Rica’s hottest surfing spots. For sure, the surf’s up at nearly every beach in the area, just paddle out and catch a wave.

Finally, as the dry season begins, anglers start to gear up and can expect great bill fishing offshore from the Los Sueños Marina, as well as roosterfish, dorado, yellowfin tuna, wahoo, snapper and more.

Wherever you go and whatever you decide to do, you can expect a dream vacation at Los Sueños.

 

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Buying a home in Costa Rica: a World Leader in Green Energy

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Costa Rica’s reputation for renewable energy is a big draw for those seeking to buy property in the country.

As topics of global warming, sustainability, and energy conservation trend as important to the general population, more people have become interested in buying property and living in Costa Rica. Perhaps, in part, because of Costa Rica’s widely known stance on conservation, and its aim toward renewable energy. Renewable energy in Costa Rica supplied about 98,1% of the energy output for the entire nation in 2016.  As a country, Costa Rica has a geographic advantage over others in that its high concentration per capita of rivers, dams, and volcanoes allow for a high renewable energy output. “For 2017, we expect renewable electricity generation to remain stable,” ICE’s executive president, Carlos Manuel Obregón, said recently. “We have four new wind plants and expect favorable rain conditions in the basins that feed our plants.” Though Costa Rica has made major investments in wind and geothermal plants in the last 25 years – with its percentage of non-hydro renewables well surpassing the world average – the country still routinely produces more than 70% of its electricity each year using dams. Solar energy generation – on a privatized level- has picked up in Costa Rica, as well. There are a number of new companies in the country that are providing residential, as well as business, solar energy solutions. Companies like Green Energy, Poderco, and Costa Rica Solar Solutions are making great strides in helping families and business save on their fuel energy consumption. Did you know? The total amount of fossil fuels used by humans since the beginning of civilization is equivalent to less than 30 days of sunshine! Finally, a number of architectural engineers in Costa Rica are turning their eye toward a future of renewable energy and conservation, and more and more homes are being developed here with that end in mind. For example, Casa Vista Paraiso, one of HRG’s newest and most luxurious home listings, is situated within Eco Golf Estates, inside Los Sueños Resort & Marina. Casa Vista Paraiso is a sprawling 8,950 square foot retreat, custom designed with only the most discerning tastes in mind. More importantly, however, this energy efficient home is easily managed via wireless control through any smart device, regardless of whether homeowners are in residence or half way around the world. From its cut-stone façade to the lush backdrop of rich Costa Rican rainforest, this custom U.S. quality energy star home was designed to save energy, and deliver ultimate comfort with minimal maintenance required. If you’re looking to build or buy property in Costa Rica, one of the big benefits you’ll be gaining is reducing your carbon footprint. Living in paradise, reducing your impact on the planet, and experiencing a new culture and a “pura vida” lifestyle; what more can a homeowner ask for?

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Costa Rica is the Perfect, Kid-Friendly, Family Vacation

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A Costa Rica Family vacation has so much more to offer than any family theme park or cruise.

Costa Rica is the perfect family vacation abroad, because it’s not so far away you’ve got to take a fifteen-hour flight, its developed (but no so much you feel you haven’t left the States), and it won’t break the bank: cheap flights are readily available and the exchange rate is on your side here. Essentially, for about half the bill of a top of the line Disney vacation, you can give your kids adventure, discovery, and fun in one of the world’s most abundant natural settings.

Here are our top # reasons why Costa Rica makes the perfect family vacation for those with kids.

Nature’s wakeup call

There is something incredibly special about that morning alarm coming from a family of howler monkeys swinging through the trees nearby. But that’s only the first animal order of the day! 

Costa Rica is abundant with wild animals, birds, insects, and ocean life.  

A great way to experience nature up close and personal is to head for Manuel Antonio National Park for a family day trip. It’s an easy hike in and out; completely manageable for family members of all ages – even if one or two are riding in strollers! You and the gang can do this on your own or hire a guide at the park entrance. The benefits of a guided tour are that you’ll get wonderful explanations about all the animals, birds and plant life you encounter, plus some terrific professional photos. Monkeys, iguanas, sloths, and raccoons are just a few of the wonderful animals you’ll spot in the wild at Manuel Antonio National Park. At the end of your hike, set up camp on a white sand beach; picnic, relax in the sun, and frolic in the gentle waves of the protected cove where you can snorkel through schools of tropical fish.

There is plenty of exhilarating adventure for everyone

There are zip line canopy tours that are appropriate for everyone in the gang; most will let children as young as 4 years old strap in with an adult.

A crocodile tour down the river lets the whole family get really up close to huge crocodiles in the wild while safely sitting in a boat; the tour guide will have a ton of great information to share about all the birds and other wildlife found in and on the river.

ATV tours through the rainforest jungle are fun for families with teenagers over twelve.

Those groups with kids that are 10-years old and up will enjoy white water river rafting or river tubing; there are plenty of class I, II, and III river rafting adventures to choose from.

Surf lessons are fun for everyone in the family and kids as young as 4 can learn to catch some waves with great surf instructors, easily found in downtown Jaco Beach or through your concierge with HRG

Costa Rica is a great Eco-Green learning experience for the entire family

Today, Costa Rica is one of the greenest countries in the world (in terms of carbon and sulfur emissions and conservation practices), and the government has made a pledge to be the first developing country to be carbon neutral by 2021. Vacationing in Costa Rica is a great opportunity to educate your kids about the importance of preserving our planet and the ways in which green- conscious countries are doing their part to make that happen. Being immersed into the kind of eco-conscious culture that Costa Rica offers can have a big impact on your family.

 

With so much to learn, see, and do, Costa Rica offers a family vacation like no other. Call today and book your next family vacation at Los Sueños Resort Costa Rica.

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Holidays in Los Sueños, Costa Rica: It’s Time to Plan

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3 Reasons why you should start planning  your holidays in Los Sueños Resort, Costa Rica now.

Wait. Summer vacation in Los Sueños Resort, Costa Rica isn’t even over yet!

I can hear the objections now, but trust me when I say that, in this case, the early bird most definitely gets the most beautiful views and high adventure from his rainforest tree branch. While you may actually still be on vacation in Costa Rica (it’s summer break, after all), it is nonetheless time to start planning for your holidays in Los Sueños Resort.

Here are three good reasons to call and start planning your Costa Rica holiday vacation today:

 1. Secure your favorite accommodation at Los Sueños Resort

OK, so I basically already said it. The best spots in the resort get scooped up fast. So, if you’re looking to book that massive vacation villa for the entire family- you know the one- the one with the fantastic ocean views and private pool- well, you’ve got to get it while the gettin’ is good. There are, after all, only so many to go around. Likewise, if you’re after an ocean view condo with perfectly situated access (not that there is a bad location in the entire resort, but hey— some are better than others, no?) to all that Los Sueños Resort has to offer, the best ones go fast, so be sure to book early.

2. Have everything you need for the holidays at Los Sueños

Holidays in Costa Rica can take a tiny bit of extra planning; especially if you’re planning to bring the whole gang and need to arrange flights, and more.

Whether its Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah, or just Halloween, there will be a bit of meal planning to do. Will you cook in or eat out? Reservations, and/or menu planning in advance are a good idea; especially if you want to book at a restaurant or stay in and book any one of Los Sueños Resort amazing resident chefs who will cater your dinner.  Keep in mind too, that the HRG concierge staff will happily stock your refrigerator before you arrive.

Gift giving, Halloween costumes (yup, there’s trick or treating in Los Sueños Resort and always a great party for the grown-ups; of course, costume contests are a given), or a special bottle of wine for Thanksgiving, or that winter celebration dinner, will also need to be seen to in advance. You may want to think about the pros and cons of packing and flying with all that’s needed (the airlines and their charges for every single bag these days!), or shipping down in advance.

3. Beat the crowds; secure your reservations for activities and fun at Los Sueños

Holidays are high season and that means more people. More fun, yes! After all, as they say, the more the merrier, and holiday season in Los Sueños Resort is most definitely merry and fun. But, it also means more people vying for fishing boat charters, golf cart rentals, aerial tram rides, Zip lining, ATV tours, horseback riding, hiking trails, Adventure Dining, tee times at La Iguana Golf Course, dinner reservations, and spa appointments among other things. When you plan early, you can book all of your adventures and activities with HRG’s Team Concierge ahead of time, save money with those early booking discounts, and assure that you and the gang get to do everything you want to do while in Costa Rica for the holidays.

 

So, what are you waiting for? Call now and start planning your holiday vacation at Los Sueños Resort & Marina. Come this winter, when you’re chilling with a cocktail and gazing out at the ocean, you’ll be glad you did.

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Summer Escape to Los Sueños Resort Costa Rica

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Beat the heat!Escape the long hot of summer & head for Los Sueños Costa Rica.

 

If you want to beat the heat, heading to a tropical rainforest may not come to mind as a first choice. However, there are more ways to stay cool in Costa Rica than you might think – and none of them involve wandering around an air-conditioned mall all day.

Whitewater Rafting

With the spray of water in your face and the rush of wind around you, whitewater rafting is a thrilling way to beat the heat. The summer months fall within Costa Rica’s wet season. This is the the perfect time to go whitewater rafting, as the rivers swell with the heavy rainfall and create the ideal rush of currents. There are many rivers in Costa Rica, and there are rafting options for those of any skill and comfort level.

Surfing

Costa Rica is one of the surfing capitals of the world, and surfers from all over visit the Central American country to test, hone or learn new surfing skills. With just over 800 miles of coastline, and extensive beaches along both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, there are a wide range of prime surfing spots located all over the country. You’ll have point breaks, reef breaks, beach breaks and river mouths to choose from, and whether you want to take lessons from the experts on the relatively tame Jaco Beach, or you are an expert looking to challenge yourself on the famed Salsa Brava, there is a way for you to keep cool in the surf in Costa Rica.

Diving

You won’t feel the heat underwater, and Costa Rica’s two oceans make it a fantastic place to get a glimpse of colorful undersea life. A multitude of dive companies all over the country offer diving tours and excursions of all kinds. The best spots for diving are on the Caribbean coast, but the area is more secluded and less developed, making tours harder to come by.

Heading Upward or Inland

Costa Rica’s mountains loom thousands of feet high in the air. The air gets considerably colder the higher you go – even in the summer, hiking through the mountains can be quite a chilly experience. Be sure to bring a jacket!

In Costa Rica’s inland valley, you’ll find beautiful green rolling hills, stunning volcanoes, lush cloud forests, and year round temperatures of 72 degrees. Hiking along volcano crests and trekking through cloud forests won’t just help you beat the heat – it will introduce you to some of the country’s most incredible wildlife.

 

 

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Expat Living in Los Sueños Resort Costa Rica

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Insider Tips for getting the most out of your new life in Los Sueños Costa Rica

If you’re like most expats living in Costa Rica, you chose this beautiful country because of its exotic landscape, wildlife and affordable lifestyle. Congratulations on deciding to join the Los Sueños community to boot; you couldn’t have selected a better location to settle.

As with any change, moving to a different country—no matter how widely traveled you are—can be challenging. Here are our five tips to help you settle into your new life in paradise.

Careful planning

Time your arrival at your new home to avoid the height of tourist season or the holiday season. Give yourself a chance to find your way around the neighborhood without having to fight crowds in the stores or on the streets. Moving is stressful, give yourself time.

Embrace the difference

The Tico culture and lifestyle center around the national philosophy: Pura Vida. Pura Vida means a respect for the natural harmony of life and living in harmony with it instead of striving against it. The pace of life is slower and Ticos generally have no sense of urgency about life’s daily tasks.

Take advantage

At Los Sueños Resort & Marina, your neighbors have already been through much of what you’re facing; ask for their advice or recommendations. Every situation is different and you’ll naturally want to do things your way, but you don’t have to face every challenge without the benefit of others’ experiences.

Speak up

Learn at least some Spanish—having numbers, directions, simple requests and phrases under your belt can go a long way toward making life easier. Speaking some Spanish won’t help you with intricate legal transactions, but you’ll at least follow the process and know when to ask questions. You don’t have to speak like a native, but at some point, English will not be of much help to you. Speaking louder or slower will not improve communications if no one around you speaks English.

Reach out

Part of the reason you decided to move to Costa Rica is the diversity of its people and culture.
If you only hang out with other expatriates, you’re missing an opportunity to enrich your life with new perspectives on living. Ticos won’t push themselves forward; if you’re respectful and genuinely interested, you just might form new, lasting friendships.

Moving is never easy, whether around the block or across the world. Expat life in Costa Rica has many benefits and you’re obviously open to the possibilities ahead of you—you wouldn’t have taken the plunge. The staff at HRG Properties and Rentals are committed to helping you make a successful move; just ask them for a little help if you need it.

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First Steps For Relocating to Costa Rica

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If You are Thinking About Relocating to Costa Rica, You May Want to do a Scouting Expedition First.

As with any contemplated move abroad, Costa Rica should receive a good, thorough scouting expedition before you sell your stuff, pack up that shipping container and join the many expatriates who have made Costa Rica their new home.

When it comes to possible locations for the adventurous of heart to consider, Costa Rica can’t be beat.

Close enough to the United States to boast direct flights provided by over a dozen major airlines, Costa Rica is just a 3 to 7 hour flight from home so it is easy to get back to visit family and friends. In fact, its not much different from moving from one end of the United States to the other, except that you’d be moving to an entirely different country and all the benefits that come with that.

If you are on your way to becoming a Costa Rica expat, there are a few things you can do to prepare.

Launch a major scouting expedition

Any contemplated move to any country in the world should be preceded by a good long experience in the country of choice. If you can, you should try to visit more than one and definitely spend a few months getting to know the culture, the area, the language and more. One weeklong vacation in Costa Rica does not serve to tell you whether or not you can live here. You need to experience the place from the perspective of a resident.

Study Your Spanish

Once you’ve decided that indeed Costa Rica is the one for you, you should make an effort to start learning Spanish. Just the basics will do at first, and you can load an application on your smart phone or carry around a small translation dictionary to get around, but everyone who chooses to relocate to another country should make an effort to learn the language of their host country. Don’t expect others to figure it out for you. Let go of the “Ugly American” stereotypical expectation that others should speak English; part of the adventure is total emersion.

Reach out to Other Expats for Advice

There are a number of forums, blogs, and websites that are by expatriates and for expatriates. Among them are Internations, Expat Focus,  and others; you can also check out the Tico Times, which is the “gringo” paper in CR. On these you will find plenty of information, advice and guidance for your adventurous move abroad. Others who have gone before you can answer important questions you may have about banking, health care, shopping, real estates, taxes, and more. Reach out, get social and don’t be shy; when you join the conversation and bring yourself authentically to the table, you will find there are plenty of those out there who want to help you.

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10 Reasons Why Investing in Costa Rica is a Good Idea

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Costa Rica-  A Great Place to Work and Live

Costa Rica is a veritable paradise. Its friendly people, great weather and beautiful natural scenery make it a great place to visit and live. But what many people don’t realize is that Costa Rica has a great atmosphere for conducting business, and is the perfect place for investments. There are countless reasons why this is the case, but we have narrowed it down to the top ten.

Economic Stability

Costa Rica is tied with Chile as the country with the highest level of economic freedom in Latin America, and it ranks 19th for economic freedom in the world. The country’s economy has been stable for decades, and is currently growing thanks to a booming tourism industry, an increase in foreign investment and a growing middle class. Data released by the Statistical Institute showed that the economy expanded 3.0% in Q3 2015 over the same period of the previous year, marking an acceleration from the 2.7% tallied in Q2. The reading came on the back of robust growth in domestic demand, in particular fixed investment. The momentum is expected to continue as manufacturing showed signs of recovery in H2 2015 and the monthly index of economic activity tallied its best result since June 2014 in November.

Government Stability

Costa Rica has featured a well-functioning, democratic government since the 1940s. The country is committed to peace, and doesn’t even have an army. It ranks as one of the most stable countries in Latin America, and in fact, the world.

Great Opportunities

Costa Rica’s business-friendly climate makes it ideal for entrepreneurs, and its affordable, upward-bound housing market and prime location make it perfect for real estate and tourism investment.

Large Expatriate Community

A large community of expatriates means that you will have many opportunities to network with people just like yourself — who speak your language, know the ropes, and can help you navigate the ins and outs of doing business in a foreign country.

Ideal Place to Live and Work

Costa Rica is a fantastic place to put down a few personal and professional roots. The climate is great, the people are friendly and hard-working, and the atmosphere is laid-back. The cost of living is low, in spite of the fact that Costa Rica enjoys one of the highest standards of living in Latin America, and the health care is excellent. There is also plenty to do and see during your down time.

Attractive Tax Incentives

Costa Rican investors enjoy taxes that are considerably lower than those in the United States and Canada. The country has no capital gains tax, the property tax rate is only .25 percent, and income tax is only applicable to income earned in Costa Rica.

Legal Rights and Protection

What’s more, foreign investors enjoy the same rights to own and rent out titled fee-simple properties as citizens, and those rights are legally protected.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Where to Vacation When You Already Live in Paradise

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Paradise Has Plenty – Expat Mini Getaways within Costa Rica

Many expats live in or near Los Sueños Resort because it’s been their dream to live in the tropical paradise that is Central Pacific Coastal region of Costa Rica. While it’s hard to imagine anywhere better, variety is the spice of life. We have some suggestions to spice up your next local getaway, when you already live in paradise.

In Begaces, just north of Palo Verde National Park, locals are friendly and the countryside idyllic. It’s perfect for side trips to Arenal, Río Celeste or Palo Verde. If you fancy a bit of hiking or cycling, the canyons near the forest trails that are ripe for an afternoon of exploration. You can also tour the canopy via zipline. Swimming and sunbathing afterward at Begaces Waterfall (aka Llanos de Cortés) will refresh you.

Las Hornillas Hot Springs is a 35-minute drive north of Begaces, at the base of the Miravalles Volcano. After hiking the trail—via suspension bridges—up to the waterfalls, rejuvenate with a mud bath spa experience. Later, choose from natural pools of warm, hot or cold water to complete the treatment.

The Monteverde Cloud Forest is one Costa Rica’s outstanding wildlife sanctuaries. On the Continental Divide, it extends down the Caribbean and Pacific slopes. Variable climate and terrain support extremely high biodiverse wildlife populations. Admission to the reserve includes a choice of tours, including one for birdwatchers. If you’re more independent, there are plenty of trails to choose from—difficulty and length vary to suit your abilities. You can also tour the canopy via bridge, tram or zipline for a view of life at the top.

Arenal puts on a spectacular show of fumaroles, flows and pyroclastic emissions. By night, even from a long distance, the fiery red lava flows are clearly visible on the mountainside.Arenal Reserve offers spectacular views of the volcano and Arenal Lake. You can try hiking trails flanked by an abundantly lush landscape filled with exotic animals. Other trails close to the volcano will give you a chance to experience the sights and sounds.

Be sure not to overlook the Caribbean Coast, with its Afro-Creole influences. In September and October, it’s often dry when the rest of Costa Rica isn’t. The food isn’t typical Tico fare: jerk, curried goat or chicken, seafood and spices fill the menus. Its rivers and national parks include stunning scenery and an abundance of wildlife. The beaches and coral reefs shelter an abundance of marine life with excellent surfing, snorkeling and diving. Leatherback, hawksbill and green sea turtles frequently nest on the southern beaches.

Residents and wildlife live side-by-side on the Osa Peninsula, where scarlet macaws and white-faced capuchin monkeys are an everyday sight. Corcovado National Park, home to 2.5% of the planet’s total animal species, encompasses virgin rainforest, deserted beaches, jungle-edged rivers and vast, inaccessible swamps. Many tiny, unnamed beaches and several well-known sandy stretches are ideal for swimming, boogie boarding and body surfing. Whale watching never gets old and Golfo Dulce is a prime spot for it.

While life is good at home on the Pacific coast, it’s fun to get a different perspective on paradise in Costa Rica. Besides, even those of us who already live in paradise need a little vacation once in a while.

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Romance in Costa Rica

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7 Romantic Things to do on Vacation in Costa Rica

With the holidays upon us and Valentine’s day just around the corner, its a good time to think about surprising your special someone with a romantic escape to Costa Rica. Relaxing, luxurious, and exotic, Costa Rica is a perfect place for an intimate getaway. From colorful tropical forest vistas, to hidden lakes and waterfalls, to secluded beaches, there are romantic spots everywhere in Costa Rica. There are also a wealth of romantic activities to enjoy with your significant other.

Here are a few of our favorite romantic Costa Rica vacation activities:

A Sunset Cruise

Heading out on a tropical sunset cruise is one of the most romantic things you can do in Costa Rica. The salt air, the lush green backdrop, the sounds of the sea . . . it’s a beautiful way to celebrate. One of Costa Rica’s best sunset cruises is the Sunset Champagne Cruise, which departs from Los Sueños Marina and offers champagne and exquisite hors d’ouervres.

A Horseback Ride

There are many places in Costa Rica to enjoy a romantic horseback ride together, whether through the rainforest, over the beach, or up the mountainside. Discovery Horseback Tours in Jaco offers a tour perfect for couples; their Jungle Spa Adventure Tour takes you through beautiful mountain, beach and rainforest scenery to a hidden waterfall. Enjoy your time in the secluded heart of the jungle, and indulge in a refreshing natural mud spa.

A Nature Hike

Whether you would like to trek through remote parts of the rainforest, check out an active volcano, or take a leisurely walk through a gorgeous cloud forest, there are endless places for a private hike together in Costa Rica. You may even find some secluded spots perfect for a romantic picnic.

A Spa Retreat

A delightful spa retreat is never far away in Costa Rica. Located on the country’s Pacific coast, the Los Sueños Resort features two spas, which offer couple’s retreats, complete with couple’s massages and as many amenities as you would like. Don’t feel like leaving your cozy condo? Not a problem; you can ask your HRG concierge to send a couple of therapists your way for a nice afternoon couple’s massage.

A Day on the Beach

From a picnic, to an evening bonfire, to a leisurely, private stroll across the sand at sunset, you have many options for enjoying some time together on the beach.

A Fishing Trip

At first blush, a fishing trip may not seem like a romantic idea. However, chartering a boat and heading out to relax and enjoy each other’s company on the open water may just be the perfect choice for the two of you.

A Sumptuous Dinner

Whether you want to enjoy a four-course meal in a 5-star restaurant, or have your own private catered dinner in your luxury condo or villa, you’ll find a way to have the perfect romantic meal.

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