Any single person who might be dreaming of their perfect holiday destination, then we are sure that Costa Rica may well feature on the list. With coastline on both the Caribbean and Pacific Ocean and a rainforest sandwiched in between the island and its people are able to offer a unique experience of activities and relaxation year-round. With a developing tourism infrastructure of traveller requiring accessibility options, planning for visits to Costa Rica certainly need some advanced planning in order to enjoy the best of all this biodiverse country has to offer. The local Costa Rican community are determined to make the country that they love as accessible as possible for visitors and together have invested heavily in working together as part of the Costa Rica Accessible Network. The emphasis for this not for profit organisation is the fair treatment of visitors offering access at fair prices to enable them to feel  'part of the country’s social and natural environment to become not a mere tourist'.


Costa Rica has a dazzling array of outdoor activities and adventures on offer for people of differing abilities and passions. Whether that is surfing in the warm seas or or rafting in the white water rapids to enjoying hikes in the rainforest trails to enjoy the huge range of animal species or the thrill of zip-lining amongst the treetops, there is something for every adrenaline junkie. However, a visit to Costa Rica does not have to mean a fast pace of life, if tranquil rest and a more relaxed experience is what you are looking for. Tours of the captal city - San Jose where a leisurely pace to take in the local history and architecture is available or a peaceful picnic in the national park are also an option, along with more natural visits to the coffee plantations where an educational experience of the rich natural environment may be gained. And for those who enjoy an artistic theme, there are museums, theatres and experiences of the ancient local arts of oxcart making.



Travel to Costa Rica is usually via a flight to the airport in San Jose where transfer to hotels may be arranged. This is where the knowledge of a local tourist company is really essential, as accessible taxi travel is not readily available. As for hotels, the offering on Costa Rica is just as rich and diverse as any other destination on the planet, with premium pampering in the middle of the jungle to beach side resorts or city break hotels in the bussle of city life activity.

There is so much on offer, the best advise it surely to come from local people with acredited knowledge and experince. One of the best local travel operations is IL VIAGGIO TRAVEL who specialise in tailor made packages as well as transfers or day tours to the country. Registered by the Costa Rica Tourism Institute, they are part of the Accessible Tourism Network and specialise in accessibility needs of visitors to the county. With a passion to share the beauty of their country IL VIAGGIO TRAVEL continuously verify the ongoing accessibility of the accommodation, places, activities and tours that are available on in this friendly, diverse and fun filled holiday destination.


Michael Holden

Michael Holden

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