Costa Rica is a colorful natural paradise in Latin America. Ecotourism is booming thanks to its rich variety of flora and fauna - you can engage in birdwatching, make a canopy tour, enjoy the hot and sunny weather on its beautiful, sandy beaches, or visit the countryside and explore the tropical rainforest.
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It is a natural paradise and a significant portion of its area is covered in rain forests with intensive rainfalls. There is a geographical zone and time in Costa Rica for those who prefer sunshine and beach (Guanacaste from January to March).
Costa Rica can be visited year round, and while the high dry season has advantages, the low rainy season is a better choice. It would be unwise to visit some regions at a few explicit times, on the other hand, you may witness fantastic weather at unpopular times.
Public health issues
Major infectious diseases in Costa Rica include hepatitis A and hepatitis B, malaria, typhoid, and rabies. Protection against mosquito bites is crucial, wearing lightweight long pants, long sleeved shirts and using insect repellents with high concentrations of DEET is recommended. If you are going to be in very rural areas known to be malaria-infested areas, you might want to consider an anti-malarial med.