If you’re looking for Costa Rica on a map or globe, find the narrow isthmus of land that connects Central America to South America. That southernmost country is Panama and Costa Rica is just north of there right below Nicaragua. The political map that you see below shows Costa Rica divided into regions with road systems labeled and all of the top destinations. Other maps on this page show more detail about the different regions in the country as well the very best spots for surfing. If you have any questions about planning a trip to the wonderful country of Costa Rica, or simply need help, do not hesitate to let us know!
Measuring approximately 20,000 square miles (51,100 km2) in area, Costa Rica is home to a staggeringly diverse population of plants and animals. The maps on this page will help get you prepared ahead of time to understand the different landscapes and areas to visit in Costa Rica. With over 2 million visitors a year, the tiny nation of Costa Rica is proud to be one of the top tourist destinations on the planet. With a strong focus on eco-tourism and adventures, Costa Rica is also a prime location for scientists and biologists who come to the country to get a unique opportunity to study the wide variety of wildlife and plants that are found here.
The best way to make the most of your vacation in Costa Rica is to map out all of the spots that you want to visit so you can see all the places you want to visit. All of the maps on this page are original and were created with you, the visitor, in mind.
We encourage you to bookmark this page as we are always updating our maps and adding new ones in order to give visitors the very best information on where to go and what to see in Costa Rica.
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