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Located in the Eastern Tropical Pacific, 300 miles southwest of Cabo Blanco, Costa Rica, lies the renowned Cocos Island Marine Park. A rugged yet incredibly verdant island, this World Heritage Site is the spectacularly beautiful crown jewel of Costa Rica’s many National Parks. In 1994, after several return visits to the island, Jacques Cousteau pronounced […]

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Golfito is Costa Rica’s most southern port town; it located across from the Osa Peninsula on the Golfo Dulce. Golfito has long been know to surfers as the gateway to Pavones, just to the south, and to sport fishermen as the year round sport fishing meca. However recently Golfito has become the gateway to Costa […]

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Located inside the wonderful Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife and Marine Refuge, the small laid back fishing village of Manzanillo is the last town due south of the surfing paradise of Puerto Viejo. Lying on Costa Rica’s gorgeous Caribbean coast, Manzanillo is situated south of Puerto Limon in Limon province. The main attraction of this tiny town is […]

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Situated in Guanacaste, Roca Bruja or Witch’s Rock has been repeatedly praised as a world-class surfer’s spot. Those who want to experience the ‘gnarliest’ breaks come to this surfing haven just off the Playa Naranjo beach in Santa Rosa National Park. Deriving its name from the legend of a witch living on the rock, Roca […]

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Arenal volcano was the most spectacularly active in Costa Rica. Hotels in the region touted their views of the lava flows and red hot boulders ejected from the volcano glowing in the darkness. For going on six years the red hot lava has been biding its time and the activity at Arenal has been limited […]

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  Barra Honda is unique among the National Parks of Costa Rica: its main attraction is a large, intricate system of limestone caverns, decorated with a multitude of capricious forms and figures. The hill of Barra Honda hides many surprises The nearly flat mesa of the Barra Honda hill looms 300 m above the Tempisque […]

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You will hike through the rainforest and along the Celeste River, where you can observe one of nature’s most intriguing phenomenons. Two brooks merge together, turning clear water into a divine hue of turquoise. This chemical reaction, due to the volcanic minerals present, makes for an astounding sight that can only be experienced at this […]

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Most visitors flock to the city’s downtown, negotiating the bustling urban gridiron, using the pedestrian-only Central Avenue (Avenida Central) for reference. Culture Plaza (Plaza de la Cultura) provides an ideal location to begin exploring the city’s urban attractions, although is not of much interest in itself.  The plaza is a central meeting point for locals […]

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With a total of 5,921 sq. miles and more than 400 miles of coast line, the Guanacaste tourism area comprises the Pacific Coast area from the border of Nicaragua to the Bongo River estuary in the Nicoya Peninsula. This tourism area is home to a very important section of Costa Rica’s cultural and natural heritage. […]

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