"This picture of the Arenal Volcano was taken near La Fortuna. Costa Rica is a must see for everyone."
"A two-toed female sloth near Tortuguero National Park."
"This is a photo of a red-eyed tree frog I took while on a tour of the Old Lava Trail outside Arenal Volcano."
"The hanging bridges in Monteverde were very interesting. We hiked through the cloud forest before going zip lining. We went in January and the sun was out in force, which I think burned off a lot of the mist and clouds that normaly would be here. It was great none the less."
"On our last trip to Costa Rica in June of 2009, we had rain showers each day near sunset. One evening however, it did clear enough to produce a beautiful sunset with an amazing yellow-gold hue."
"The coastline of Herradura Island on Costa Rica's western coast."
"A close up of a caiman (a smaller relative of a crocodile) very close to our canoe in Tortuguero, Costa Rica."
"A mangrove—we saw lots of wildlife including a rare silky anteater."
"Monteverde National Park was great and after our hike we stopped by the Hummingbird Cafe. You can view them for free and there were a ton of them. They would fly so close you could hear and feel the breeze from their wings. If it was not for digital I would have given up after I shot the first 50 pictures."
"A church in Grecia, Costa Rica, made by welding together steel sheets in the 1890s."
"A view of Arenal Volcano from La Fortuna."
"Buttercup, the three-toed sloth who lives at The Sloth Sanctuary in Costa Rica."
"This is a photo of a howler monkey with its baby on its back, and was taken while on a hike in the Cahuita National Park."
"A bridge lets you walk across the top of the canopy in Costa Rica."
"A Purple Gallinule bird we saw in the Costa Rican rainforest."
"Playa Tamarindo, Guanacaste, Costa Rica."
"A church in Orosi Valley."
"The Guanacaste region of Costa Rica."
"Pictures on the top of Irazu Volcano were difficult to capture due to the cloud cover. The clouds would rush in to cover the view, but they would retreat just as quickly. The Irazu Volcano is the highest active volcano in Costa Rica at 11,260 feet (3,432 meters)."
"A practically empty beach near Playa Samara."
"A butterfly near Arenal Volcano."
"A white-faced howler monkey in Playa Semara, Guanacaste, Costa Rica."
"After a day of chasing monkeys and iguanas through the coastal jungle, I got to relax on this gorgeous beach in Quepos. True bliss."
From lush tropical rainforests and impressive active volcanoes to adorable photos of jungle wildlife, we present 25 travel-inspiring photos of Costa Rica, brought to you by our Budget Travel audience.