Honeymoon Safaris

Why, where and when to enjoy a Costa Rica honeymoon safari with ATOL bonded Natural World Safaris.

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Everything you need to know about honeymoons to Costa Rica...

With sun, sea, sand and an abundance of tropical wildlife it is no wonder that so many newly-weds choose Costa Rica for their romantic getaway.

Why?

Why?

The saying goes ‘good things come in small packages’ and that is very much the case with Costa Rica. Although small in size, this vibrant Latin American country never ceases to surprise and amaze us with its never-ending supply of things to do. Their mantra is pura vida, which means pure life, and you will be greeted with these words on a daily basis; what better way to start a new life together...

Costa Rica is a destination with unrivalled charm; think tropical climate, breath-taking scenery, and alluring character. Flanked on the east and west by crystalline blue waters, it boasts beautiful beaches, captivating rainforests, dramatic volcanoes and a wealth of wildlife. 

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Where?

Where?

Where you stay during your time in Costa Rica is essential to the experience you are looking for. As wildlife enthusiasts we love Tortuguero National Park, which protects a 22-mile stretch of beach, providing one of the largest and most important nesting grounds for the endangered green turtle. A stay at Mawamba Lodge here offers the chance for you to explore this tropical coastal rainforest and scour for the abundant wildlife, from monkeys and sloths to jaguars!

Another favourite is the sumptuous Arenal Nayara Hotel which gives you the opportunity to sip cocktails whilst sat in natural hot springs, in plain view of the perfectly conical Arenal volcano.

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When?

When?

If basking in warm tropical rays is what you are looking for then the best time to travel to Costa Rica is the driest months, between December and April. If like us, you have a strong wildlife focus then the time you travel may depend on which animals you are looking to see. The turtles of Tortuguero nest during the rainy season and the humpback whale migration is from August to November, but many of Costa Rica’s other creatures can at any time of the year.

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