Flights to Costa Rica
There are so many reasons to book a cheap flight to Costa Rica with Condor. Spanish for "rich coast," you can look forward to the tropical paradise that awaits you here. Sandwiched between Panama and Nicaragua in Central America, Costa Rica has long stretches of coastline on the Carribean Sea to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Looking for a beach getaway? Then book your flight to Costa Rica now!
Biodiversity is the name of the game here, which is why so many eco-tourists opt for flights to Costa Rica each year. Despite the country's tiny size, it holds 5% of the world's biodiversity in its flora and an abundance of land and marine fauna. Sea turtles, which have protected zones here to lay their eggs, draw thousands of sightseers on flights to Costa Rica each year eager to see these beautiful and endangered marine creatures.
Condor offers flighs to Costa Rica from a number of European destinations, including Frankfurt am Main. Many of these flights to Costa Rica include a layover in Santo Domingo or Panama City, which are also in Central America. Get a good night's rest before your transatlantic flight. Be sure to book online in advance for cheap flight options that can save you a bundle on your next holiday.
Your flight to Costa Rica will land at the Juan Santamaria International Airport, which is located around 23 km from the country's capital city of San Jose. There are plans to connect the interurban railway to the airport, but until these are completed buses are the best link to the city. Passengers on Condor flights to Costa Rica will appreciate this airport's high ranking in customer satisfaction.
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Top sights in Costa Rica
Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Preserve
The Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Preserve is one of the best opportunities to see this unique ecosystem in unspoilt beauty. Besides thousands of animal species, the diverse vegetation encompasses more than 2,500 species. There are over 400 types of orchids endemic to this natural jewel.
Arenal Volcano National Park
Arenal Volcano National Park gives those who take flight to Costa Rica a rare chance to see an active volcano. Since erupting in 1968, it has provided visitors with arresting glimpses of earth in the process of formation. Marked hiking trails meander through cloud forests with many species of plants found nowhere else on earth.
Tortuguero National Park
Tortuguero National Park is not accessible by car, so a plane or boat is your only option. Despite its remote location, it is a very popular tourist destination mainly because of the sea turtles. A number of sea turtle species come here to lay their eggs on the beaches. Arrange a group tour with a local guide.
Barra Honda National Park
Barra Honda National Park gives the visitor access to a network of over 40 caverns carved by water out of the limestone bedrock beneath the mountains. These are some of the most beautiful caves in the world. The dry tropical forest around it is one of the rarest ecosystems on earth.
Poas Volcano National Park
Poas Volcano National Park is in close proximity to San Jose. Though not as active as Arenal, its trails provide unique vantage points unlike any other. The crater overlook trail is an easy hike that traverses cloud forests with dozens of exotic bird species.