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Costa Rica Spas

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When you are on vacation, it just seems appropriate to visit a spa. Whether you are escaping your hectic schedule or are in the market to unwind after a tiresome trek through the wilderness, spa services can be the ultimate treat. In Costa Rica, there are a number of treatment options - from beachside massages to hot spring pools to meditative yoga practices. Depending on where you are staying in Costa Rica, you'll have a number of options to unwind, refresh your mind and deepen your relaxation along stunning scenery.

Alajuela Spas

Alajuela is probably the famous region for spas because of the famous Arenal Volcano and its surrounding Hot Springs. You can head to the famed Arenal Volcano area to find hot springs that will release so much tension you'll want to come back each and every year. A few of the best and most famous spas are: the Tabacon Hot Springs and The Springs Resort. The both offer unparalleled views of the volcano while you bask in the natural hot tub. You will also have options for massages, volcanic mud wraps or coffee exfoliations just to mention a few.

Cartago Spas

You may be going to Cartago for whitewater rafting, but you can spend the rest of your time here unwinding after a stressful, yet thrilling excursion down the rapids. You'll find several large and luxurious resorts that feature spas in Cartago. Located in the Orosi Valley, you can melt away your troubles at one of the spas while enjoying the beautiful, sprawling landscape.

Guanacaste Spas

Guanacaste is one of the most popular regions for travelers to visit because of the ideal location along the water. This also means that there are numerous options for spas and resorts in the area. There are several large resorts with on-site spas here as well as many smaller options that make for the perfect escape from the stress of life.

Heredia Spas

Sitting just north of San Jose, the city Heredia is a smaller version of the capital that is home to several spas and large hotel resorts. People who would prefer to stay within a city that isn't as crowded as San Jose will find relaxation in an urban setting here. However, there are also several options for those who stray away from the city in Heredia. For instance, Barva Volcano is located in the region and is near luxurious spas and lodges.
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Limon Spas

Located along the Caribbean coast, Limon is known for its laid-back attitude and off-beat persona. You won't find too many spas that are not attached to a hotel or resort in Limon, but you will find them to be very relaxing. Whether you want to unwind in the middle of the jungle, along the sandy shoreline or with a stunning volcano in the distance, there is something to suit everyone's style.

Puntarenas Spas

As the largest region in Costa Rica, Puntarenas boasts countless options for spa treatments. There are all-inclusive resorts with full spa options and smaller lodges with body treatments fit for a king. Relaxation, rejuvenation and renewal is the norm here, so make sure to carve out time from exploring the outdoors with therapy like no other.

San Jose Spas

Exploring the hustle and bustle of a major city can be enough to need a relaxing afternoon at a spa. Whether you are planning to visit a center within the capital city, or you are planning to venture out to other areas of the province to unwind, you'll have many options. For example, the city of San Jose is home to many hotels and resorts, most of which have state-of-the-art facilities on-site. However, you can also find many options in the smaller communities of San Jose.
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South Puntarenas Region (South Costa Rica)Cartago Region (Central Valley)Limon Region (Caribbean Coast)San Jose RegionNorth Puntarenas Region (Central Pacific Coast)Heredia Region Alajuela Region (Arenal Volcano)Guanacaste Region (North Pacific Coast)