For those with a passion for the outdoors, Costa Rica is magic.


Located in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, Diamante’s oceanfront location offers the most exciting zip line course featuring the longest dual-line in the country. Diamante’s Animal Sanctuary is one of the finest Wildlife Education Centers in Costa Rica. Diamante’s bilingual team is known for excellent customer service and raising awareness among visitors and locals about the importance of the protection of wildlife.


The North Pacific has some of the greatest surfing in all of Costa Rica and has long been one of the big wave destinations for avid and aspiring surfers—with Ollies & Witches Rock among the favorites. Rental boards are readily available, and there are surf camps for beginners. The Costa Rican coastline is the destination for beginner and star-level surfers.

Sport Fishing

Some of the best sport game fishing in the world is to be found in Costa Rica. A variety of charter boat operations are available to take you out for an exhilarating day of record-breaking catches. Marlin, sailfish, dorado, wahoo, cubera, snapper, grouper and tuna tantalize the ardent fisherman in these waters.

Scuba Diving

The Costa Rican waters are known for world-class diving. Favorite dive sites attract grunts, damsels, scorpion fish, triggerfish and more, as well as octopus, sharks and eels. Further offshore—around the Catalinas or Bat Islands, larger mantas, massive schools of cow-nose or devil rays and bull sharks offer breathtaking underwater encounters for bold divers.

Parks & Reserves

National parks and private reserves dominate the Guanacaste region. Dense rainforests define the Monteverde and Santa Elena National Cloud Forest Reserves, and the Lomas Barbudal Biological Reserve is a spectacular example of Costa Rica’s immense biological diversity.


Costa Rica’s most famous volcano, Arenal, borders Guanacaste and attracts tourists drawn by its simmering outbursts and active lava flow. The Miravalles volcano demonstrates its active state with thermal waters and hot mud pits.

Eco Tourism

Because of Costa Rica’s ideal tropical climate and broad span of habitat, the country is one of the most bio-diverse eco-centers in the world. It is home to more than 9,000 plant species; 850 bird species; 900 tree species; and at least 1,000 species of butterflies. The cloud forests, ocean, waterfalls, jungle, savannahs, mountains, volcanoes, caverns and beaches of the country offer an almost unlimited range for exploration and discovery.


When you visit Costa Rica experiencing a quality zip line course is a must-do. For example, Diamante Eco Adventure Park offers the longest ride times and features a nearly mile-long ocean view line Superman-style. Also included is a 30-foot free-fall Quick Jump. The dual lines let guests share their experiences with their families and friends, riding side by side.


An ATV tour experience is unique! Safety is always important as you tour throughout trails with professional guides. Enjoy dirt paths that wind through the jungle and lowland forest. Comfortably explore nature as you slowly climb up hills that have beautiful views of the Pacific Ocean.


Costa Rica has hundreds of beaches from developed stretches of white, gold or black sand beach to small, secluded and seemingly undiscovered stretches edging rocky coves. The developed beaches offer leisure activities including surfing, sailing, and scuba diving and kayaking.


The resort-rich Gulf of Papagayo offers avid golfers three rigorous and challenging 18-hole golf courses with more on the way. The Melia Playa Conchal Beach & Golf Resort is home to a Robert Trent Jones II course, but local golfers also play the Pacific Royal and the Hacienda Pinilla courses near Playas Grande and Tamarindo. Several other courses are planned.

Bird Watching

Costa Rica is the ardent bird lover’s paradise, and Guanacaste is home to more than half of the 850-plus species known to make their home in Costa Rica. In neighboring parks and reserves, and the tropical vegetation surrounding private homes–one can spot varieties of hummingbirds, toucans, macaws, parrots, and other colorful, exotic avians.

CRDG hosts discovery events for those seriously interested in exploring investment in Costa Rica.Reservations for the inclusive investor events are required.