Costa Rica can make anyone fall in love with its natural charm! From tropical beaches to enjoy a romantic hike during a spectacular sunset, to relaxing time in natural pools among its lush rainforests.
Located among the northern mountains of Costa Rica is a charming village that you wouldn’t want to miss, called La Fortuna de San Carlos. Where the imposing and famous Arenal Volcano will melt any heart.
The Arenal Volcano is the main attraction, as well as the waterfall La Fortuna and Lake Arenal, which is the largest in Costa Rica.
This destination is considered as a perfect place for nature lovers and adventure seekers. You can enjoy the best day trips, stand up paddle boarding on the Lake, rappelling, rafting, hiking and many more extreme adventures.
It’s an exceptional region for honeymoon couples looking for adventures and relaxation in incredible natural hot springs created by the volcano.
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2. Puerto Viejo Limón
A charming town located among Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast beaches is Puerto Viejo. With a huge variety of unique and delicious Costa Rican cuisine.
Southern Limon offers a diversity of activities to enjoy for an ideal romantic getaway. From bike riding through the colorful jungle along the Puerto Viejo Talamanca’s coast, to relaxing in natural pools created by reefs among the seashore. Visiting beaches like Cahuita, Cocles, Uvita and Manzanillo.
The relaxed and good vibes atmosphere makes love flow freely in Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast.
More information about Puerto Viejo, Limon here
3. Manuel Antonio
Known for being a place with the perfect tourist combination in Costa Rica, with spectacular wildlife, beaches and rainforest!
Just three hours away from the city of San José is Manuel Antonio National Park in Puntarenas, one of the most visited sites prefered by visitors from all over the world.
It’s an ideal destination for couples, with its incredible landscapes that could enchant anyone and luxurious hotels perfect to live the honeymoon of your dreams.
More information about Manuel Antonio here