Category Archive: Costa Rica

7 ways to most likely die when travelling

Did your families shake with trepidation when you announced you were going travelling abroad? Was your mum convinced you were going to be abducted, murdered, arrested or worse? By and large, my travelling… Continue reading

Top 10 Central America

It is impossible to draw up this list without having it dominated by one country: Guatemala. With its huge variety of natural attractions and beautiful culture, Guatemala has so much to offer. Having said… Continue reading

Pooing Sloths in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica

It’s not every day you see a sloth in the wild and its a pretty special day if you get to watch one poo. For fellow traveller Ralph, his relaxing walk along the… Continue reading

Turtles, crocodiles and canoes in Tortuguero

Sandwiched between the river and ocean on the northern Caribbean cost is the relaxed village of Tortuguero. Surrounded by dense old growth forest and rivers, boats, canoes and legs are the only means… Continue reading

Sun and waterfalls in Montezuma, Costa Rica

At the bottom of Península de Nicoya is the relaxed and pretty beachside town of Montezuma. Here, you can finally close your wallet and enjoy nature’s wonders for free including the three teared,… Continue reading

Tarzan meets sloth in Monteverde, Costa Rica

Set high in the hills in central Costa Rica, up an unsealed road, is nature’s paradise, Monteverde and Santa Elena. Surrounded by lush green forest, these two national parks have stunning old growth… Continue reading