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COSTA RICA - The Destination
Costa Rica's Caribbean province of Limon runs 125 miles (200 km) from the northern Nicaraguan border to the sourther border with Panama. Exotic nature reserves, such as the famous Tortuguero National Park, beckon adventurous travelers, while alluring southern beaches allow visitors to relax in an easy Caribbean vibe.
The Oso Peninsula is located on the South Pacific Coast. This region is referred to by National Geographic Magazine as "The Most Ecologically Intense Place on the Planet. It is also where the edge of the Costa Rica's largest coastal rainforest meets the pacific. It is also the home the Corcovado National Park.
Quepos allows tourists to experience a once in a lifetime nature experience in Manuel Antonio National Park without leaving any of the familiar amenities behind. Offering a wide array of services, makes Quepos the perfect place to stay for those who wish to explore this enchanting area. The amenities include everything from banks, restaurants, hotels, gift shops, bakeries, bars, a hospital, supermarket and even a post office.
San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica, has pleasant spring like climate. It is also ringed by volcanoes and mountains and the fact that cloud forests, ranging rivers and rain forests lie within a few hours drive, make this a very popular choice for the travelers looking for a very diverse vacation experience.
Taramindo & Flamingo
A province for the active soul, Guanacaste draws visitors with its stunning shoreline, incredible bird watching, amazing horseback riding, excellent surfing, superb snorkeling, fishing and wonderful mountain lake windsurfing. With so much to do, it's easy to understand why so many people come to visit this amazing province.
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