Costa Rica is one of the most underappreciated foodie destinations in Latin America. If you enjoy eating, you can’t go wrong in this beautiful little country, whether you choose their simple offerings (locally sourced coffee, tortillas, beans, and plantains) or the great restaurants that have been popping up in recent years as chefs flock from abroad, fusing their traditional cuisines with the flavors of Costa Rica.

Guanacaste in the northwest part of the country is great not just for gastronomy, but for adventure travel and wildlife, including 774 species of birds. Solo travelers will love staying at El Mangroove, the beach resort closest to Liberia Airport (a 20-minute ride; no small thing in a country where many resorts are situated three hours from the nearest airport). You’ll love their “Me, Myself, and El Mangroove” package for solo women travelers. The package offers a nice balance of relaxing time to yourself (stand-up paddleboarding, daily breakfast, a spa treatment), as well as opportunities to meet other travelers, such as a rainforest excursion and a tour of a local farm where you’ll milk cows, sample fresh local cheeses, and snuggle baby goats. (Still wondering why everyone is doing yoga with animals? We dug into it.)

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