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Georgia Atkin

Costa Rica is more than just sand and sun

When most people think about Costa Rica they imagine wonderful beaches. However, visitors should also discover the mysterious cloud forest. If you love scenic locations and wish to enjoy spending your time out in the wild, then you must certainly visit this little paradise of Monteverde and Santa Elena. Many locals in the region can trace...
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Transportation in Costa Rica

Traveling to a foreign country is not easy, especially when it is for the first time. In Costa Rica’s case, it is important for both domestic and foreign to know the characteristics of the various means of transportation available. That way you will avoid many problems and make your trip a more pleasant experience. Rent...
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Boat Trip To Santa Teresa Beach, Costa Rica.

Santa Teresa Beach is located on the southwestern tip of Nicoya Peninsula and it has been gaining many awards and recognition lately, being named one of the top ten most beautiful beaches in the world. Even though is not easy or fast to get to this beach destination, once you get there, you won´t want...
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Nosara Beach, my Family Vacation

Nosara Beach is a beautiful beach destination sitting on the north pacific coast of Costa Rica, enclosed by sea on one side and tropical forest on the other. Nosara, a beach Village of Guanacaste Province is actually a base camp for experienced surfers, a hidden place for honeymooners and there are many adventure tours for...
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Tamarindo Beach Sunset

Things to do in Tamarindo Beach, Costa Rica

To do´s in Tamarindo Jardin del Eden Hotel, Tamarindo Beach, Costa Rica Erick Hidalgo Summer time delivers with it warmth and mugginess. The time of year also provides the chance for heat weary folks to escape to beaches for a properly deserved rest. In Costa Rica, Tamarindo beach really worth visiting; nine leading things to...
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Costa Rica: A photographic paradise

Pick a color… red, blue, green, yellow… any color! Pick a contrast, pick a scenery, pick nature, pick beauty… all this elements will be available anywhere you head your lens and shoot. There’s no reason to doubt and many reason to confirm Costa Rica as a perfect set for nature photography. This small tropical country...
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Tamarindo Beach, Costa Rica

Tamarindo Beach, Costa Rica

Tamarindo Beach Costa Rica, which is a part of the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica, is one of the most beautiful coastal cities in the country. This place includes a number of popular beach destinations of the world, which draw in thousands and thousands of tourists from within the country, as well as, outside, every...
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Costa Rican Cooking

Costa Rican Cooking

  In Costa Rica, gastronomy is an inheritance, and the result of the mixing of many races. Authentic Costa Rican food is made on wooden stoves and served on plantain leaves. Costa Rica is a country that stands out for its multicultural wealth, and although its population is a legacy of the mixing of races...
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Costa Rica public transportation

Costa Rica Public Transportation

Costa Rica Public Transportation – Bus Schedules and driving times Mostly, Costa Rica public transportation system works really well from San Jose to all destinations. If you are planning to travel Costa Rica by public buses here you will find the main routes from San Jose city. Also, please take note of safety tips we...
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The Sloths in Monteverde Costa Rica

Monteverde Costa Rica, a natural spot

Montevere Cloud Forest has long been a destination chosen by the thousands, the initiatives by the government to boost tourism; it is now attracting a wider range of travelers than ever before. While there may be many reasons for choosing the Costa Rica – from sampling its spa resorts to getting involved in local sustainability...
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Art, Sun and Fun! San Jose

Sunny days and a perfect temperature is the correct match to enjoy the summer time in San Jose-Costa Rica. The capital city is full of things to do! Mainly during the weekends! Hosted by the Municipality of San Jose, the 2011 Transiarte Festival (March 12 and March 13) was a collage of art expressions in...
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