Settle into La Quinta Country Inn. Enjoy the gardens, swimming pool and wildlife.
Be ready for the exotic and the beautiful. Above, a chestnut-mandibled toucan.
Even the athletes become nature lovers in Costa Rica, but there will be time and opportunity for sports -- especially the Costa
Experience the dense tropical rain forest from the understory to the canopy.
At our closing fiesta, local dancers show off folk traditions and contemporary Latin numbers.
Sing or play soccer with the local schoolkids.
You may see three or four different kinds of monkeys. Here's the white-faced capuchin.
Rooms at La Quinta are comfortable, cheerful and full of amenities including air conditioning and ceiling fans. All have porches
Some interesting creatures live in Costa Rica
Welcome to La Quinta Sarapiqui, a special, cozy, colorful, lovingly-run home-away-from-home.
Favorite La Quinta staff members, Pedro and Ana, will make sure we have a great time. The Butterfly House is in the background.
This collared aracari is one of the dozens of bird species that frequent Costa Rica.
The dining at La Quinta is open-air, the food is fresh and well-prepared. Tropical fruits abound. Ice-cream is available any tim
Now and then, a sloth chooses a tree right on the grounds of La Quinta for hanging out a while.
Thrill-seekers can choose to go whitewater rafting or ziplining over the rainforest canopy.
Browse the gardens your first day in Costa Rica
Tour the leaf-cutter research facility on La Quinta's grounds