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  Coco Beach (Playa del Coco) is well known for its popularity with Costa Rica’s youth. Seeking fun in the sun, many people pack the beach from end to end on weekends. Although the town is only a small fishing village, Coco has built great tourism infrastructure, and it is one of the most frequently […]

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Enjoy a full-day adventure tour in the Central Caribe region of Costa Rica for the entire family. This beginner white water rafting section of the mighty Reventazón River is ideal for ages 8 so everyone can experience the beauty of rafting in Costa Rica! Lots of gentle paddling with pools for resting and observing the […]

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Liberia is located in the northwest of Costa Rica, on the Guanacaste province, and has all the makings of a popular tourist spot: an international airport, a modern churches, an authentic colonial atmosphere, a rich history, and a central park. While Liberia is mostly used as a waystation to move on to Guanacaste’s more developed […]

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Located about 10 kilometers away from Costa Rica’s capital city, the quiet community of Coronado is one of San Jose’s finest suburbs. The city borders the Braulio Carrillo National Park along the Central Valley, making it an ideal place for travelers to hang their hat if they plan on venturing to the park. Coronado is […]

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The province of Cartago is located only 45 minutes away from the capital city, San Jose, and hour and a half from the Juan Santamaria International Airport, so visiting this wonderful tourism destination isn’t hard at all. In this particular province visitors can enjoy active volcanoes, beautiful rivers, impressive valleys, incredible national parks and protected […]

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Frequented by tourists from all over the world, the Parque Nacional Tortuguero is another significant turtle nesting site in Costa Rica. Among the most important nesting areas in the Western Hemisphere of the endangered green turtle, the stunning Parque Nacional Tortuguero lies on Costa Rica’s beautiful Caribbean coast in the northeastern region of the country. […]

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ara—peak of tzu—thunder The last time Volcán Irazú awoke was in the first half of the 1960’s, when, for four years it showered the residents of Cartago and San José with ash, clogged the air with smoke, and sent glowing boulders rolling down its sides. Today, as you travel along the southern slope of the […]

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