Costa Rica Private Tours

With its myriad national parks and seemingly limitless outdoor activities, this central American land of volcanoes, rain and cloud forests, huge waterfalls, mighty rivers, and some of the world’s most wonderful wildlife events is paradise to explore.

We feature a number of unforgettable private guided tours, and self drive itineraries, all Certificate of Sustainable Tourism* accredited, which allow you to discover the most remote areas of Costa Rica and to enjoy the most authentic experiences and adventures. To create lifelong memories stay in luxury eco-lodges and cosy boutique hotels along the way.  And for the experience of a lifetime, take an amazing helicopter trip overflying volcanoes, lagoons, waterfalls and forests.

*The Certificate of Tourism Sustainability (CST) is a programme of the Costa Rican Tourism Institute designed to categorise and differentiate organisations according to the degree to which their operation approaches a sustainable model. We are proud to advise that our service provider, our itineraries and all the properties we feature in our Costa Rica programme have been awarded CST accreditation, thus helping Costa Rica in its goal of becoming the first carbon neutral country in the world by 2021.

Highlights of Costa Rica

Explore the Central Valley of Costa Rica with its extraordinary cloud forest, active volcanoes, waterfalls and rainforest landscapes. Discover the country’s diverse flora and fauna and visit a coffee plantation.

Honeymoon Tour of Costa Rica

An unforgettable privately guided tour of some of the most remote areas in Costa Rica. Combine exciting adventures with a spot of relaxation and stay in luxury eco-lodges and cosy boutique hotels along the way; ideal for a honeymoon break.

Wildlife Tour of Costa Rica

Visit remote Corcovado National Park, one of Costa Rica’s best places for wildlife watching, search out the resplendent quetzal in the Savegre nature reserve, observe adorable sloths in their natural habitat in La Fortuna and hike to a magnificent waterfall in Tenorio Volcano National Park.