ARA Tours

ARA Tours Costa Rica is an innovative and multilingual incoming  tour operator in Costa Rica and is intended for tour operators and travel agencies. Our strength is individual tourism and we focus on high quality.              


Company Profile

ARA Tours Costa Rica is an innovative, multilingual incoming tour operator inCosta Rica and is intended exclusively for tour operators and travel agencies. Our strength is individual tourism and we focus on high quality.
A reliable, strong sales team with approximately 20 employees will assist you with a strong knowledge of the destination area. The Group Department Team will provide you with the perfect price / performance ratio for a single group or several groups. The homepage is designed for professionals, by professionals, and contains a lot of valuable destination information that can give you expert knowledge of Costa Rica. Read More

Mission & Vision

Our mission: Connecting Costa Rica with the world’s tourism industry through high quality destination management, innovative technology and sustainable business practices.
Our vision: ARA Tours meets the expectations of challenging individual and group travellers providing above-the-ordinary services. We care for long-term partnership with our distribution associates and service providers. They constantly benefit from our strategic advantages. ARA Tours is an equal opportunity employer and defines quality-conscious and motivated staff as the key factor for success. Therefore, ARA Tours offers a pleasant working environment with job stability and promotes participative decision-making processes.

Company History

A retrospect by Daniel Küng, co-owner and president of ARA Tours:
We need new, innovative destinations for our catalogue! This was the challenge I received from my former employer in Switzerland, a tour operator where I worked as a product manager.
I immediately started reading accounts, statistics and reports and then came across Costa Rica, a country pretty much neglected by tour operators at the time but highly praised by backpackers.
In May 1993 I travelled to San José to get a better idea of the country and was instantly captured by the people, the nature, the climate and the vast variety of attractions – so much actually that without further ado, I decided to make Costa Rica my new home. Read More