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Steve & Rita have traveled extensively throughout Costa Rica

See their recommendations of what to do and where to stay in Costa Rica!

Hotels, Bed & Breakfasts and Lodges

Throughout our travels in Costa Rica we have stayed at many hotels and B&Bs. There are plenty of great places to stay and enjoy while traveling throughout this beautiful country. Below are some of our favorites. We also rely on the experiences of our guests and always pass on what they recommend, too!

The Toucan Rescue Ranch – a rainforest wildlife rescue, rehabilitation and release organization

The Toucan Rescue Ranch
San Isidro de Heredia

Valle Campanas comfortable cabins in Monteverde!

Valle Campanas

Leaves and Lizards private cabins offering views of the Arenal Volcano

Leaves & Lizards
La Fortuna

Villas Hermosas private guesthouse in La Fortuna

The Villa Hermosa
La Fortuna

The Hideaway Hotel is a luxury boutique hotel located on Samara Beach

The Hideaway Hotel
Playa Samara

Hotel Banana Azul in Puerto Viejo

Banana Azul
Puerto Viejo

Korrigan Lodge is a tropical forest jungle lodge located in the Manzanillo-Gandoca wildlife refuge

Korrigan Lodge
Punta Uva

Villas Hermosas modern villas in Mal Pais

Villas Hermosas
Mal Pais

Finca Bella Vista residential treehouse community in the south Pacific coastal region of Costa Rica

Finca Bella Vista
Golfo Dulce

Organizations Doing Good Work in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a beautiful country. From its people to its diverse landscape, Costa Rica is one of Central America’s most traveled countries. But, as with every country, there are its problems. Below are some organizations doing great work in Costa Rica. Check them out to see how you can support their missions.

SASY! Costa Rica (Stop Animal Suffering Yes!)
The SASY! Foundation (Stop Animal Suffering Yes!) is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to the eradication of animal abuse and suffering in Costa Rica. SASY! Costa Rica is a fundraising organization that raises money to sponsor numerous spay and neuter clinics held throughout Costa Rica each year. These clinics help Costa Ricans by providing low-cost veterinarian services to those in need or who simply cannot afford veterinary care for their pets. These spay/neuter clinics also help to reduce the street animal population that pervades some of the poorer areas of Costa Rica. If you are interested in helping SASY! Costa Rica you can by bringing supplies and medicines from your veterinarian or even collars and leashes. Know of American veterinarians who would be willing to donate medicines and supplies? Send Rita a message for more specifics. Sometimes simply a few items make a world of difference!
SASY! Costa Rica