Last updated on April 24, 2024 by Stefano Ferro, founder of MEL365, following extensive travelling in Costa Rica

Costa Rica Vs Nicaragua: In-depth Comparison in 17 points

It’s always hard when you compare two countries, even more so when you compare Costa Rica Vs Nicaragua because these two destinations are truly amazing.

In this guide, I highlight the main 17 differences, from the geography of the country to the beaches and surfing opportunities, from the planned budget to the transportation system, you find them all.

And if you are still unsure about Nicaragua or Costa Rica, leave any questions in the comment area, I usually reply in no time.

Costa Rica vs Nicaragua – Key Points

In this table below I have summarized the key points for this comparison. Of course, it’s all very subjective and it really depends on what kind of experience you are after.

Click on the subject to see a full description (or read them all after the table). Swipe left and right on a mobile to see all the columns on a mobile.

SubjectCosta RicaNicaraguaThe verdict
GeographyDiverse landscapes, active volcanoes, rainforests, coastlines.Lakes, volcanoes, coastlines, less developed for tourism.Both are captivating.
ClimateTropical climate with dry and wet seasons, varied microclimates.Similar to Costa Rica, slightly hotter on average.Similar tropical climates.
Access to the CountryTwo international airports, well connected domestically.Main international airport in Managua, less domestic flights.Costa Rica is easier.
TransportationBuses, taxis, car rentals, domestic flights available.Local buses, taxis, car rentals, limited domestic flights.Costa Rica has more options.
Renting a CarWide choice of cars, challenging terrain, better infrastructure.Less maintained roads, less popular among travelers.Costa Rica stands out.
Cost of TravelMore expensive, wide choice of experiences.More affordable, less choice but more local experience.Nicaragua is cheaper.
BeachesStunning beaches on both Pacific and Atlantic coasts.Pacific Coast surfing hotspots, undisturbed Caribbean coastline.Both have unique experiences.
TourismEstablished tourism industry, diverse national parks, adventure activities.More raw experience, less developed tourism industry.Costa Rica is more established.
Family TripAttractions for kids of all ages, educational eco-tours.Volcano boarding, colonial cities, boat riding in Lake Nicaragua.Both are family-friendly.
Safety for TouristsGenerally safe, petty theft can occur.Relatively safe, political instability may cause concern.Similar safety levels.
AttractionsArenal Volcano, Manuel Antonio National Park, Monteverde Cloud Forest.Granada, Ometepe Island, León, Corn Islands, Apoyo Lagoon.Both have natural and cultural treasures.
ActivitiesNational parks for hiking, surfing, diving, wildlife spotting.Hiking up volcanoes, sandboarding, island-hopping on Lake Nicaragua.Both offer a variety of activities.
Surfing Spots and OpportunitiesRenowned spots include Jacó, Tamarindo, and Santa Teresa.Popular surf spots include Popoyo, San Juan del Sur.Both offer excellent surfing.
NightlifeClubs and bars in San José and Jacó, beach parties in Tamarindo.Lively nightlife in Granada and León, ‘Sunday Funday’ in San Juan del Sur.Both have exciting nightlife.
Culture“Pura Vida” lifestyle, emphasis on peace and environmental conservation.Rich in poetry, music, dance, traditional and folkloristic local festivals.Nicaragua’s culture is more diverse.
PeopleFriendly and hospitable, environmentally conscious.Warm, friendly, proud of their country.Both are warm and hospitable.
Food and CuisineBased on rice, beans, corn, variety of fruits and vegetables.Similar to Costa Rica, wider variety of meats.Nicaraguan cuisine offers wider variety.

Geography in Nicaragua and Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s shape and size give it a geographical diversity that’s hard to rival. Expect amazing mountains and active volcanoes in the center of the country. Then you have lowland tropical rainforests and stunning coastlines on both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.

In a few words, Costa Rica is an adventurer’s playground. The country is celebrated for its biodiversity; with its various microclimates, Costa Rica hosts an astonishing variety of plants and animals.

Whether you’re surfing Pacific swells, hiking in the cloud forests or spotting wildlife in the numerous national parks, Costa Rica’s geography will enchant you.


Nicaragua is often called “the land of lakes and volcanoes”. You will find a blend of dramatic landscapes, peaceful lakes, and scary volcanoes. It’s home to Central America’s largest freshwater body, Lake Nicaragua, and Ometepe Island, formed by two majestic volcanoes.

Its coastline offers great surfing opportunities, while its interior hosts vast coffee plantations. The country is certainly less developed for tourism compared to Costa Rica. And in this respect, I believe Nicaragua works better for a more off-the-beaten-path experience.


It’s a tie! Both Costa Rica and Nicaragua captivate with their unique landscapes. While Costa Rica offers lush rainforests and biodiversity, Nicaragua seduces with its tranquil lakes and adventurous volcanoes. Both offer a range of outdoor activities making them perfect destinations for nature enthusiasts.

It's always hard to choose between a Costa Rica Vs Nicaragua comparison, however, this photo is a good representation of what you should expect from both
It’s always hard to choose between a Costa Rica Vs Nicaragua comparison, however, this photo is a good representation of what you should expect from both

Climate in Costa Rica and Nicaragua

Costa Rica

The country’s tropical climate is characterized by a dry season (December to April) and a wet season (May to November). However, microclimates exist due to the varied geography.

For instance, the Pacific Coast is typically warmer and drier, while the interior highlands can be cool and misty. Costa Rica’s weather is part of its charm, allowing lush rainforests to flourish and giving life to its vast biodiversity.


Nicaragua’s climate is also tropical but a bit hotter on average than Costa Rica. Like its neighbor, it has a dry season (November to April) and a wet season (May to October).

The western lowlands and the Pacific Coast tend to be hot and dry, while the mountains and the Caribbean Coast are more humid and receive more rainfall. This country’s weather patterns contribute to its verdant landscapes and abundant wildlife.


It’s a tie again! Both Nicaragua and Costa Rica share similar tropical climates, and the best time to visit depends more on the activities you have in mind than significant differences in weather patterns.

Another isolated coastline practically virgin and accessible by 4x4
Another isolated coastline practically virgin on the Pacific Coast side

Is it easier to Access Costa Rica or Nicaragua?

Costa Rica

Travelers can fly into one of Costa Rica’s two international airports, making it a convenient destination. The major airlines offer frequent flights to Costa Rica, and the country is well connected domestically, which is great if you’re planning to explore more remote regions.


Nicaragua, while not as well connected as Costa Rica, is still easily accessible through its main international airport in Managua. Direct flights from several U.S. cities are available, and other connections may include a stopover but remain relatively hassle-free.

While domestic flights are less common, overland travel is straightforward.


Costa Rica takes the lead. While both countries are fairly easy to access, Costa Rica’s broader range of direct international flights and more robust domestic connections give it the edge over Nicaragua.

Most rental agencies will pick you up from outside the airport - Right side as you exit the terminal
Most rental agencies will pick you up from outside the San Jose International Airport – Right side as you exit the terminal

Transportation in Costa Rica Vs Nicaragua

Costa Rica

Getting around in Costa Rica is facilitated by a variety of transport options. Buses connect most parts of the country, taxis are readily available in cities, and car rentals offer a flexible way to explore at your own pace.

Moreover, domestic flights can quickly whisk you away to far-flung corners of the country.


Nicaragua’s transport network may not be as extensive, but it’s still efficient. Local buses and taxis provide reliable service, and car rentals are available for those comfortable with self-driving.

Though domestic flights are limited, they offer a unique way to reach more remote areas like the Corn Islands.


Costa Rica takes this round. While both countries have dependable public transportation systems, Costa Rica’s wider range of options, including more comfortable buses and extensive domestic flights, put it slightly ahead of Nicaragua.

Renting a Car

Costa Rica

Navigating Costa Rica by car allows a fantastic sense of freedom and adventure, despite the occasional challenging terrain. You will be spoiled by the choice of cars, especially if you arrive at the San Jose Internation Airport.

Try to rent a car in Costa Rica well in advance, especially in peak season, between December and April. Availability can be especially scarce around Christmas time, raising the price to unbelievable levels.

Driving in Costa Rica is a unique experience, however, it has its own challenges, especially if you want to visit remote destinations. In this case, I suggest renting a 4×4 car which may become essential in the rainy season.


In contrast, Nicaragua’s road conditions might make you think twice before choosing to self-drive. Signage is sporadic, and some roads are not maintained well, making car rentals less popular among travelers.

However, driving your car will give you more of that feeling of exploration and the opportunity to access less popular destinations. Something that is certainly not there in the main resort areas of Costa Rica.


Here, Costa Rica stands out, with its better road infrastructure and a wider choice of rental vehicles, offering travelers the flexibility to craft their adventure on their terms. Do you need to rent a car in Costa Rica? Probably not, however with a vehicle you will experience so much more.

Cost of Travel in Nicaragua and Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Costa Rica might make your wallet lighter but rewards you with so many choices of experiences. The price of accommodation is certainly higher but you can really find any type of stay in Costa Rica, from pocket-friendly hostels to magnificent beachfront resorts.

Restaurants can be almost as expensive as in the USA, although it’s rare that tip and tax are not already included in the bill. One thing I loved on my trips is the wide choice. You will be able to find everything you want, whether you prefer affordable local eateries or more luxurious restaurants.

Getting around Costa Rica is inexpensive if you do it with public buses, however, you will be very limited. I personally recommend renting a car in Costa Rica. It will open up so many possibilities and you will be able to visit amazing gems like empty beaches and lush forests.

Be sure to check the car rental insurance though because this is one of the biggest scams in Costa Rica when you rent a car.


Nicaragua is undoubtedly more affordable, no question about it. The country offers a good range of budget accommodations, including hospitable family-run guesthouses and backpacker-friendly hostels.

Food expenses are also going to be much lower, with street food stalls and local markets serving fantastic local cuisine at incredibly reasonable prices.

Sure, you will not have the choice that you have in Costa Rica, but it works better if you are after a local experience.

Getting around Nicaragua typically involves navigating its comprehensive yet sometimes crowded bus system, a decidedly economical choice for transport.


Nicaragua emerges as a clear victor in the cost category. Offering most of the natural allure and cultural vibrancy at a fraction of the price, Nicaragua proves to be a more budget-friendly option without compromising on the adventure.

You can drive to some of the most amazing beaches in Costa Rica otherwise impossible by bus
You can drive to some of the most amazing beaches in Costa Rica otherwise impossible by bus


Costa Rica

Costa Rica has some of the most stunning beaches in the world, no question about it! The Pacific Coast serves as a haven for surfers, while the Caribbean side offers peaceful beaches adorned with clear waters and vivid marine life.

I have experienced almost empty beaches with beautiful turquoise water as well as incredible swells perfect for beginner surfers.

Manuel AntonioA tropical paradise, known for its national park and biodiversity.
TamarindoSurfer’s paradise with lively evenings and vibrant culture.
Santa TeresaKnown for its laid-back atmosphere, surf, and yoga retreats.
NosaraA hidden gem offering solitude with a dash of adventure.
Puerto ViejoA blend of Caribbean culture, pristine beaches, and coral reefs.
5 great beaches of Costa Rica


Nicaragua offers a medley of beach experiences, from its Pacific Coast surfing hotspots to the undisturbed Caribbean coastline that remains relatively underdeveloped, delivering an unspoiled charm that’s increasingly rare to find.

San Juan del SurA bustling beach town, offering surfing, spectacular sunsets, and nightlife.
Playa MaderasA surfer’s paradise with consistent waves and a relaxed vibe.
Corn IslandsTurquoise waters, abundant marine life, and unspoiled beaches.
Playa MarsellaPerfect for those seeking peace, tranquility, and a swim.
Playa HermosaA broad beach with excellent surfing conditions and beautiful sceneries.
5 amazing beaches in Nicaragua


There is no winner in this Costa Rica Vs Nicaragua shutout. They both have their distinctive beach experiences, satisfying a variety of traveler expectations. You won’t be disappointed in either Costa Rica or Nicaragua, doesn’t matter if you are after an idyllic calm beach or the most challenging surfing

There is a Playa Hermosa every region you drive - This one is next to Jaco
There is a Playa Hermosa in every region you drive – This one is next to Jaco


Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a wonderful place to visit! It’s known for its commitment to sustainable tourism and preserving biodiversity. The robust tourism industry caters to millions of travelers every year, drawn by its diverse national parks, adventure activities, wellness retreats, and unforgettable wildlife encounters.

Costa Rica is not anymore the hidden gem that used to be 20-30 years ago, and this has its positive and negative side.


Nicaragua, on the other hand, offers a somewhat raw experience. Its tourism industry is still underdeveloped, it certainly lacks the Costa Rican organization.

I have met a few travelers in Costa Rica suggesting Nicaragua as a better destination because it is still unspoiled like Costa Rica was many years ago. I tend to disagree with that.

These are two different countries with their own culture and way of living. Certainly in Nicaragua, you have more opportunities to explore unspoiled landscapes, colonial cities, and vibrant local cultures.

The country’s growing reputation for eco-tourism is adding another compelling string to its bow.


Despite Nicaragua’s potential, Costa Rica takes the crown in this category. Its established tourism infrastructure, variety of offerings, and renowned commitment to conservation make it a more attractive and accessible destination for international travelers. In saying that, if you are after a more raw experience, then Nicaragua should be your next travel destination

Family Trip

Costa Rica

Costa Rica serves as a superb destination for family trips. With attractions such as the Tortuguero National Park’s sea turtle nesting sites, thrilling zip-lines in Monteverde, or fun-filled exploration of the La Paz Waterfall Gardens, there’s something for kids of all ages.

Educational eco-tours, child-friendly beaches, and an array of animal encounters keep young minds engaged and entertained.


Nicaragua too offers a rich tapestry of experiences for families. Volcano boarding on Cerro Negro promises an adrenaline rush for older children, while the picturesque Ometepe Island, with its twin volcanoes and petroglyphs, provides a fascinating natural playground.

Visiting the colonial city of Granada, boat riding in Lake Nicaragua, or relaxing in San Juan Del Sur’s calm beaches, there’s much to explore.


Both Nicaragua and Costa Rica offer diverse activities for families, but Costa Rica’s more established tourist infrastructure may give it a slight edge for family-friendly conveniences.

Son and father at Jaco Beach - so friendly
Son and father at Jaco Beach – so friendly

Costa Rica vs Nicaragua Safety for Tourists

Costa Rica

While Costa Rica is considered generally safe for tourists, common sense precautions should be taken. Petty theft can occur, especially in tourist areas. Use hotel safes for valuables and avoid displaying expensive jewelry or electronics.

Be aware of your surroundings, especially at night. On a Crime rate scale, Costa Rica ranks well after countries like Malaysia or the Bahamas, and just next to France and not too far from Sweden.


Nicaragua is relatively safe for tourists, but political instability in recent years may cause concern. As with Costa Rica, petty theft is the most common crime. It’s recommended to avoid displaying wealth and to stay vigilant in crowded places.

Always check your government’s latest travel advisory before planning a visit. Interestingly enough, the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime ranks Nicaragua as so much safer than Costa Rica and just next to New Zealand and the Netherlands.


Honestly, I believe both Costa Rica and Nicaragua have similar safety levels, but the occasional political unrest in Nicaragua may warrant additional caution. If you live in the USA you should check this Travel Advisory, meanwhile, if you are an Australian resident, Smartraveller is the best choice. Every country has its own travel advice.

Exploring around Santa Teresa with an ATV - you would need a 4x4 otherwise
Exploring around Santa Teresa with an ATV


Costa Rica

Arenal VolcanoActive volcano with picturesque views and nearby hot springs.
Manuel Antonio National ParkDiverse wildlife, stunning beaches, and hiking trails.
Monteverde Cloud ForestRich biodiversity and thrilling canopy tours.
Tortuguero National ParkKnown for sea turtle nesting sites and dense rainforest.
Corcovado National ParkHouses 3% of the planet’s biodiversity in its boundaries.
Top 5 attractions you should not miss in Costa Rica


GranadaColonial architecture, vibrant culture, and close to Lake Nicaragua.
Ometepe IslandTwin-volcano island offering nature, adventure, and archaeology.
LeónHistory, architecture, art, and volcano boarding nearby at Cerro Negro.
Corn IslandsPristine Caribbean islands, ideal for relaxation and snorkeling.
Apoyo LagoonA crater lake with warm, clear water for swimming and kayaking.
5 amazing attractions you should have in you Nicaragua bucket list


Both countries are blessed with natural and cultural treasures. While Costa Rica is globally renowned for its biodiversity, Nicaragua’s colonial cities and volcanic landscapes offer a distinctive appeal.


Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a real playground if you are into nature and adventures with its wide array of activities. On one day I woke up in the morning for some trekking in the nearby jungle along a waterfall, I did some zip-lining in the early afternoon and I finished off the day with some easy surfing. I had so much fun!

And the great thing is that you can do that in so many places around Costa Rica. Honestly, there’s something for everyone.

Its national parks provide excellent hiking opportunities. The Pacific and Caribbean coasts allow for surfing, diving, and sailing. For wildlife enthusiasts, spotting sloths, monkeys, and myriad bird species is a joy.


Nicaragua’s diverse landscape too holds a multitude of adventure prospects too. Hiking up volcanoes, sandboarding down them, and island-hopping on Lake Nicaragua are some unique experiences.

The colonial cities of Granada and León offer cultural exploration, while the Indio Maíz Biological Reserve presents an untouched rainforest experience. For a relaxing activity, floating down the Río San Juan is a delight.


Both Costa Rica and Nicaragua present an abundant choice of activities. Whether you prefer adrenaline-charged adventures or serene nature immersions, both countries cater to your preferences. Probably Costa Rica has more organized activities.

Entering the Costa Rican forest
Entering the rainforest with my little one

Surfing Spots and Opportunities

Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a surfer’s paradise. Waves are always there for you, doesn’t matter what time of the year you plan to travel there. Renowned spots include Jacó, Tamarindo, and Santa Teresa on the Pacific coast.

The Caribbean side, particularly around Puerto Viejo, also offers excellent surfing conditions. I really enjoyed my time in Costa Rica as a beginner surfer. Plenty of spots and plenty of surf shops to rent the gear and organize the occasional lessons

The country’s consistent surf, warm waters, and surf schools make it suitable for both beginners and experts.


Surfing is equally excellent in Nicaragua. The country is known for its offshore winds, ensuring good surf almost every day.

Popular surf spots include Popoyo, San Juan del Sur, and the remote Corn Islands. From challenging breaks to beginner-friendly waves, Nicaragua’s surf scene is vibrant and welcoming.


Both countries offer top-notch surfing opportunities. Costa Rica’s surf scene is more developed though. It works better if you are a beginner or you just want to approach this surfing with a few lessons and some fun.


Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s nightlife can be really different based on where you stay. San José and Jacó are famous for their clubs and bars playing everything from salsa to electronic music. Tamarindo and Puerto Viejo offer a laid-back beach party vibe. Santa Teresa and Uvita have a very quiet if non-existing nightlife.

If you are after nightlife, surfing, and occasional activities then Jacó is probably the place to be, although it’s not that characteristic and the beach is not as beautiful as others in Costa Rica


In Nicaragua, you will find a similar situation. The colonial cities of Granada and León have a lively nightlife scene. You will be spoiled by the choice of bars, clubs, and restaurants.

If you are after some party time, then you should not miss the (in)famous all-day long ‘Sunday Funday’ pool crawl in the beach town of San Juan del Sur. Meanwhile, Managua offers upscale clubs and live music venues.


Both Costa Rica and Nicaragua have exciting nightlife, each with its unique charm. It’s really difficult to pick one country. Probably Nicaragua has more of an international vibe meanwhile Costa Rica tends to have more of an American crowd.

Costa Rica - Pura Vida which means all and none but mostly take it easy
Costa Rica – Pura Vida which means all and none but mostly take it easy


Costa Rica

The Costa Rican traditions, music, and arts are a vibrant mix of indigenous heritage and Spanish colonial influence. Costa Ricans, or “Ticos”, have a “Pura Vida” approach to life, embodying a relaxed, simple lifestyle and friendly disposition.

The country is known for its emphasis on peace, having no standing army, and its commitment to environmental conservation is a central cultural tenet. I loved my time enjoying this peaceful environment where everything works out somehow but I am still asking myself how 🙂

And that’s probably the best way to describe Costa Rica, “Pura Vida” or “take it easy” or ” life is beautiful” or “enjoy today, tomorrow is tomorrow”.


The culture of Nicaragua, similar to that of Costa Rica, has been shaped by its indigenous heritage and the history of Spanish colonization. However, it also reflects unique Afro-Caribbean elements, especially in its eastern regions.

Nicaraguans are renowned for their poetry, music, and dance. You will be surprised by the many traditional and folkloristic local festivals.


While both countries share cultural similarities due to their shared history, Nicaragua’s culture is more diverse, reflecting a wider variety of influences. In saying that I also love the “pura vida” lifestyle of Costa Rica.


Costa Rica

Costa Ricans, or “Ticos”, are known for their friendliness and hospitality. As I previously mentioned, their philosophy of “Pura Vida”, or “pure life” says everything about the optimistic and laid-back approach to life. This is more prevalent once you leave the cities like San Jose.

Ticos are proud of their peaceful country and are generally environmentally conscious, welcoming tourists with warmth and pride.


Nicaraguans are similarly warm, friendly, and proud of their country. Despite experiencing political unrest and economic challenges, they maintain a positive outlook on life.

Nicaraguans appreciate curiosity about their culture and are happy to share their traditions and stories with visitors.


Both Costa Rica and Nicaragua are known for their warm and hospitable people, making travelers feel welcomed and embraced in both countries.

There are many eateries and cafes along most roads in Costa Rica - Great places to stop and respite
There are many eateries and cafes along most roads in Costa Rica – Great places to stop and respite

Local food and Cuisine

Costa Rica

Costa Rican cuisine is simple and hearty and very typical of Central America, mostly based on rice, beans, corn, and a variety of fruits and vegetables. “Gallo Pinto”, a rice and beans dish, is the national breakfast dish, often served with eggs and plantains.

A trip to Costa Rica has to include a visit to a coffee plantation followed by some coffee tasting. This is one of the most famous and exported Costa Rican commodities.


Nicaraguan cuisine also relies on corn, beans, and rice, but there is more use of a wider variety of meats, including beef, chicken, and seafood.

Dishes like “Nacatamales” (a type of tamale) and “Vigorón” (a cabbage salad with pork and yucca) are traditional favorites. Rum is a popular local spirit, with the Flor de Caña brand being internationally recognized.


While both cuisines are based on similar staples, Nicaraguan cuisine offers a wider variety of flavors and dishes. Both, however, will delight visitors with their rich, comfort-food character.


Both Costa Rica and Nicaragua offer unique experiences with their diverse landscapes, warm people, rich cultures, and lovely cuisines.

While Costa Rica might be favored for its stronger tourism infrastructure, ecological commitment, and safety, Nicaragua stands out with its diverse culture, surfing spots, and cost-effective travel.

Ultimately, the choice between the two depends on individual travel preferences, be it for a more organized experience (Costa Rica) or the charm of untouched authenticity (Nicaragua).

Frequently Asked Questions

Which is safer for tourists, Costa Rica or Nicaragua?

Both have areas that are safe and others less so. However, Costa Rica generally has a lower crime rate.

Which country is cheaper for a holiday, Costa Rica or Nicaragua?

Nicaragua typically has lower costs for accommodation, food, and transportation compared to Costa Rica.

Is the climate different in Costa Rica compared to Nicaragua?

Both have tropical climates but Costa Rica’s higher altitude areas can be cooler.

How does the beach experience compare between Costa Rica and Nicaragua?

Both offer stunning beaches, but Costa Rica’s are often busier due to higher tourist numbers

How do tourist attractions in Costa Rica compare with those in Nicaragua?

Both offer unique attractions, Costa Rica has diverse wildlife while Nicaragua has colonial architecture.

How is the nightlife in Costa Rica compared to Nicaragua?

Costa Rica, particularly in cities like San Jose and Jaco, generally offers a more vibrant nightlife

How easy is it to travel around in Costa Rica vs Nicaragua?

Costa Rica has more developed infrastructure, making traveling around a bit easier.

Which country offers better opportunities for outdoor activities, Costa Rica or Nicaragua?

Both countries have great outdoor activities. Costa Rica excels in biodiversity, Nicaragua in volcanoes and lakes.

Which is better for a family trip, Costa Rica or Nicaragua?

Costa Rica has more family-friendly infrastructure and activities, but Nicaragua can offer a more authentic experience

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