Many of the eco lodges and eco hotels, especially on the pacific side, offer yoga sessions in the rainforest as well as spa treatments using products made from volcanic ash or Costa Rican coffee.
Costa Rica is a land of adventure and the options are endless. Most well-known activities to do in Costa Rica are walking through clouds in Montverde, zip lining over a rainforest canopy, surfing on the pacific coast, biking in central valley (areas such as Turrialba are popular) and white water rafting (most famous Rio Pacuare and Rio Sarapiqui). Push yourself out of your comfort zone and make the most memories you can whilst working the body out.
La Fortuna is home to Arenal volcano, in this town you will find many hot spring pools with thermal water coming directly from under the volcano. After a day of activities, relax the body and the mind.
Pura Vida Gastronomy focuses on making fresh and organic choices. You will find local dishes that all use locally grown fruits, veggies and herbs. Freshly squeezed juices and smoothies are the preferred choice of drink. Favourite local dishes are Gallo Pinto and Casado. The pacific is most famous for its fresh seafood and you will find restaurants playing with European, Asian, and Latin flavours to create fusion dishes. The most famous dish on the pacific is ceviche.
Costa Rica produces only 100% Arabica coffee. You can take a plantation tour and learn the art of producing coffee. To this day, coffee farmers handpick each bean.