Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Four Seasons Costa Rica

Costa Rica covers just a minute stretch of land, a Central American isthmus between the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. The name “Costa Rica” translates as “rich coast,” and it could not possess a more fitting name, as it holds 5% of all the earth’s biodiversity. Considered the greenest nation in the world, it’s leadership in sustainability and eco-tourism are exemplar, and models for the rest of the world. Interestingly as well, Costa Rica is also one of the happiest nations on earth. Nearly all of Costa Rica’s accommodations are along the lines of eco-tourism, and even among the best hotels in Costa Rica none can touch the sheer splendor that the Four Seasons Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo delivers.

Guests are in awe of the resort’s architecture, which is built elegantly into the landscape, and paints the perfect setting to enjoy the surrounding environment. Designed to capture Costa Rica’s distinctive flavors, using native, sustainable materials, art, and furnishings. Many rooms boast stunning views, with private verandas and terraces that are elegantly furnished. The Canopy Suites have outstanding views overlooking the canopy of the jungle, as well as those that gaze onto the Pacific Ocean. Even more luxurious are the Private Residences, which offer the most sumptuous accommodations in a home-like setting, with every comfort, and the signature detailed service only Four Seasons can present. Outdoor showers, and infinity pools add to the decadence for a tranquil and mind-blowing Costa Rican vacation.

The warm sunsets on golden beaches, the magnificent cloud forest teeming with exotic animals, and all the immense opportunities for getting in touch with the vast natural richness are what Costa Rica is loved for. Visitors come for the beauty, culture, and all the exploration prospects to be found throughout the land. Horseback riding is popular throughout the country, and is especially beloved in the Guanacaste region, which is home to many sprawling cattle ranches and it’s own unique cowboy culture. The Monteverde Cloud Forest is one of Costa Rica’s most famous treasures, and is one if the area’s must-see sites. An enormous amount of the nation’s flora, fauna, and wildlife can be found here, luring in visitors with the possibility of spotting the four native monkey species, five cat species, bird watching amidst 400 different species, and 420 different wildly-growing orchids. Zip lining Witch’s Rock is the ultimate, and most storied expedition for getting totally immersed in the jungle, and witnessing all of it’s glory. Along the coasts, Costa Rica’s infamous surf breaks, legendary sport fishing, and gorgeous reefs offer plenty of thrills in the water.

Whether you travel during the high season or during the green season, booking across our site, WhataHotel.com, entitles you to Exclusive Complimentary Perks at this, and all Four Seasons properties.Visiting this country that draws in eco-tourists in droves does not mean you have to camp out to experience the essence of it. In fact, enjoying your stay from a stunning resort, where every amenity awaits you, and every luxury is within arms reach is the modern way to enjoy eco-adventure. The Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo makes this Central American jungle paradise the ultimate destination. Whatever your fantasies of Costa Rica are like, this resort will do an excellent job of meeting them, perhaps even surpassing them.

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