One of the unique treasures of Costa Rica is Peninsula Papagayo. PEXS residential rentals offer you with exceptional luxury and one-on-one time with nature. Check our wide range of Costa Rica luxury resorts at our website today.

Is Costa Rica safe to vacation?

Costa Rica is a clean and safe country to visit for families and couples. The indigenous people of Costa Rica live by example for their hospitality and are extremely helpful when it comes to helping tourists. However, one of the important points to consider before visiting Costa Rica is that the country experiences a lot of sunlight. Make sure you wear a sunscreen with SPF 50 and ensure to drink lots of liquids while on the island.

Another common concern can be the presence of riptides in Costa Rica’s oceans. Riptides are strong ocean currents that pull the swimmers underwater. However, this should not pose a concern unless you are an ocean swimmer. Nevertheless, the beaches along the Papagayo Gulf are safe from riptides and are generally calm. Costa Rica is one of the safest countries for holidaying. Call us to book one of our Costa Rica luxury resorts in the Papagayo Gulf for a surreal vacation.

How much is a vacation to Costa Rica?

A 5-7 days stay in Costa Rica can cost you anywhere from $800 and $4,000. The price can vary depending upon the hotel or resort and tour packages that you choose. Luxury resorts and beachfront accommodations offer exclusive tour packages like deep-sea fishing, which can cost you a little more, but the money is usually worth the experience.

For reliability and better convenience, we recommend you choose a luxury resort for your stay. The cost of staying in such places can cost you around $500 per person/day. This includes lodging/rental, sightseeing, food, and transportation. For a superior 7-day Costa Rica vacation along with airfare, it can cost you anywhere from $1500 - $2000 per person. Call us today to book one of our luxury resorts.

Places to visit in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the eco-tourism holiday destinations that is home to 6% of the world’s animal and plant species. There is so much you can do around Costa Rica as national parks and reserves constitute up to 27% of the country's landmass. Some of the places to visit in Costa Rica include:

  • The Nicoya Peninsula - This is considered as a blue zone because people here live active lives past the age of 100. Indulge in the nature reserves, wildlife refuges, and the vibrant exotic beaches when in the Nicoya Peninsula. 
  • Arenal Volcano - It was one of the most active volcanos in the country until 2010. The national parks surrounding the Volcano are a popular destination for hikers, mountain bikers and offers an excellent trail for trekkers.
  • Caño Island Biological Reserve - This Ocean is perfect for snorkeling and scuba diving. The bright warm water allows tourists to explore exotic marine species and mesmerizing coral reefs. Call PEXS today to book one of our Costa Rica luxury resorts.