Costa Rica Yacht Charter Guide
Unspoiled natural splendour at its very best
Bordered between the magnificent Pacific Ocean and the stunning Caribbean Sea, Costa Rica provides a diverse selection of unspoilt cruising grounds to explore on a luxury yacht vacation. From rainforests brimming with wildlife, and dramatic vistas of volcanoes and mountain ranges to gorgeous golden beaches and azure waters, Costa Rica is an exotic getaway for adventurers, wildlife lovers and sun-worshippers alike.
Reasons to Visit
- Marine Life
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Nestled between Nicaragua and Panama at the heart of Central America, Costa Rica serves as a perfect starting point for yacht charters in the Caribbean. However, with its stunning landscapes, fascinating wildlife and pristine coastlines of white sandy beaches and azure waters, the country is also ranked as one of the top yacht charter destinations in the Pacific.
As one of the most biodiverse destinations on the planet, Costa Rica is teeming with wildlife. Humpback whales, hammerhead sharks, turtles and dolphins can been frolicking in the translucent waters along the coast and iridescent coral abounds underwater to create no-end of spectacular reef diving and snorkelling opportunities.
Jutting off the southeast of Costa Rica is a mass of untrodden islets and tiny islands known as the Osa Peninsula. Here, desolate beaches are bordered by coastal rainforests, thriving with tropical birds and home to some of the world’s best natural white-water rafting rapids.
Meanwhile in land, National Parks such Tortuguero hold the nesting grounds of green turtles and the famous Corcovado is home to the bellowing call of howler monkeys. Plus, dramatic volcanoes, steamy forests and deep river valleys create the perfect setting for adventure-fuelled activities such as hiking, zip wiring and rock climbing. Plus, Costa Rica is also world-renowned for its amazing surfing spots.
If you are interested in a yachting vacation in the waters of Costa Rica, view all Costa Rica Luxury Yachts available to charter.
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