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Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio National Park is a small and unique coastal sanctuary, combining tropical rainforest, exotic wildlife, idyllic Pacific beaches and resorts from tourist to first and luxury.

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Osa Peninsula & Corcovado

Covered by pristine primary lowland tropical rainforest, the Osa Peninsula is renowned for its biodiversity & endemic wildlife.

Monteverde

Monteverde Cloud Forest

Monteverde boasts a huge degree of biodiversity, with hundreds of species of migrating and endemic birds, including the famous but elusive Resplendent Quetzal.

Arenal Volcano

Arenal Volcano Park

Considered as "the place to see", Arenal National Park is well-known for its volcanoes, its lake and abundant wildlife.

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Guanacaste Beaches

Located in the northwest on the Pacific Ocean, Guanacaste is known for its warm climate, incredible bird watching, and excellent surfing, snorkeling, and beaches.

Tortuguero Canals

Tortuguero Forest & Canals

Tortuguero is an area of lowland wet tropical forest and mangroves, famous for being the principal nesting site for various species of turtles.

Playa Esterillos

Playa Esterillos Beach

Playa Esterillos is a wide sandy beach located in a secluded part of Costa Rica's Pacific coast.

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Bajos del Toro

Bajos del Toro is a small village nestled in the lush, forest covered mountains north of San Jose.

San Jose

San Jose & Alajuela

San Jose lies amidst the central mountains, dividing the country between its Pacific, Caribbean coasts and its lowlands. Alajuela is the region just north, outside the city, with country lodges to explore the surrounding countryside, Poas and Irazu Volcanoes and La Paz waterfall Gardens.

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Sarapiqui

Sarapiqui is home to several nature reserves, rivers, protected areas and national parks and one of the last places to see the endangered Green Macaw

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Tenorio Volcano Park

Created in 1995, the Tenorio Volcano National Park is one of Costa Rica's best kept secrets. Taking its name from the still active Tenorio volcano, the park offers stunning river views, waterfalls, wildlife spotting and great hiking.

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Nicoya Peninsula

Explore the jungle-clad hills of the southern tip of Guanacaste, with stunning beaches and excellent hotels and lodges.

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Caribbean Coast

Stunning white sandy beaches, excellent boutique hotels and a relaxed Afro-Caribbean atmosphere - perfect for beach lovers.

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Pacuare River

An area of outstanding natural beauty on the Caribbean side of the Central Mountain Range with the wild Pacuare River offering a wide range of adventure sport activities and grade III-IV river-rafting.

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Carara National Park

Go in search of the rare scarlet macaw, as well as many other birds and wildlife.

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The Central Valley

A land of scenic volcanic hills, coffee plantations and Costa Rica's major cities.

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Rincon de la Vieja

Located in Guanacaste Province with waterfalls, hot springs, mineral rich streams and well marked trails to explore.

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San Gerardo de Dota

A lush region of cloud forest and one of the best places to observe the Resplendent Quetzal - one of the most beautiful birds in Costa Rica.

Turrialba volcano

Turrialba Volcano Park

Home to Costa Rica's 2nd tallest volcano and a haven for birdlife.

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Puerto Caldera - Embark Cruise

Costa Rica's port city for cruises on the Pacific coast.

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