Choose a Perfect Time for a Perfect Vacation in Costa Rica

by Kristen White Blogger
Before heading to Costa Rica, take stock of the purpose of this break, which all areas you plan to visit and for how long. This country though small in size, is an exciting tourist destination and bursting with nature’s abundant blessings. As you traverse different landscapes, you can feel the corresponding change in weather conditions. The coastal regions are humid and warm, while the highlands are comparatively cooler.

The prevailing climate has a direct impact on the availability and cost of lodging, schedule of events, and activities on offer. When you make an effort to choose the best time of year to go to Costa Rica, you gain in more ways than one. Allow us to assist you in this exercise by listing out certain basic facts:
Break-Up of the Weather
From mid-December to the middle of April, Costa Rica experiences a dry climate with plenty of sunshine. This dry spell makes it easier to travel across the country, lounge on beaches, visit the mountains and explore rainforests. Being the peak season, you have to finalize your reservations in advance. Prepare to spend more for a Costa Rica all inclusive vacations package availed of this time of year.

May to November is considered the green season as sunny mornings are followed by heavy afternoon downpours. Since you barely encounter fellow travelers during these months, you can have your fill of ecotourism attractions like the beautiful scenery, greener foliage, and active wildlife. To encourage tourism during the rains, hotels drop their rates considerably.
Holiday Rush
Covering Easter, Christmas, and the days leading up to New Year, tourists flock to Costa Rica to make the most of their festive break. Considering everyone in the family and your friend circle has a break during these occasions, it becomes easier to plan a welcome getaway. However, you need to take into account the rush of visitors and the consequence of this influx. Fares shoot up, accommodation is hard to come by, you have to contend with traffic snarls and encounter crowds every step of the way. Given this scenario, common holidays are not the best time of year to go to Costa Rica.
Schedule of Popular Events
There are festive attractions to look forward to starting December and leading into January. Different pockets of Costa Rica have events lined up in April, July, and October too. You will come across Costa Rica all inclusive vacations package revolving around vibrant celebrations like carnivals, bullfights, and parades. These are occasions for entire families to come together to make merry and tuck into some delicious local specialties. 

As a tourist, you can enjoy fun rides, witness band displays, massive illuminated floats with dancers, and other entertainers for your viewing pleasure. Independence Day is celebrated on 15th September. On this day, the streets come alive with school students putting up a spectacular show for the general public.
Seasonal Activities
For wildlife enthusiasts, the months spanning March to October are when you can spot different species of turtles. The ocean waters are a breeding site for whales between July and October, as well as December and March. Sighting migratory birds is an absolute treat between September and November. Adventure enthusiasts freak out hiking, indulging in beach activities and surfing when the rains are at bay.
Plan your trip to Costa Rica based on your personal preferences as these differ across individuals. Weather conditions that suit you may not agree with another travel companion. Similarly, where your interests lie have a lot to do with you being more of an indoor or outdoor person.
The fact remains there is something exciting for every kind of traveller in splendid Costa Rica.

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