Do you know what to expect in Costa Rica? Well, you should expect emerald rainforests that are packed with wildlife, imposing volcanic peaks, rapid rivers, the fresh oranges picked from the trees and the famous, pastel colored hummingbirds. Costa Rica is a country that has a unique nature which puts breathtaking scenery in front of the eyes of every tourist. Numerous people from all the corners of the world fell in love with Costa Rica and you will surely do that too if you choose to visit the country. If you have such a plan, then you should visit Costa Rica during one of its public holidays. It doesn’t matter if the public holiday is a religion related one (as Costa Rica is a highly religious country) or a historic one; what matters is that you will experience some unique celebrations that will show you the culture, the customs and the traditions of this beautiful country. For example, if you choose to visit Costa Rica around the New Year, you will enjoy the special festivities organized on the New Year’s Day, while if you choose to visit the country around Easter, you’ll be witness to the impressive processions and the pilgrimages that Costa Ricans love so much.
There are 2 public holidays in Costa Rica in 2013.