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PUNTARENAS

169The Central Pacific's largest city, Puntarenas is the perfect place to enjoy fresh seafood. Though the water is murky, and the beach may seem a bit urban, it's a lively town on weekends, with its waterfront restaurants and bars, that line the beach. Perfect place to head for dessert or refreshment.

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SAN JOSE

170San Jose, fresh and breezy, the most cosmopolitan city in Central America. There's a large diplomatic and international business presence here with small, elegant hotels in renovated historic buildings, as well as innovative new restaurants, museums and souvenir shops of every kind here in the city.

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MONTEVERDE

167The Monteverde tourism zone is known around the world for its conservation efforts and lifestyle centered around respect for nature. Its most significant tourist activities rest on nature and adventure. Great for bird watching, horseback riding, mountain biking and treetop adventures.

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SOUTH PACIFIC

171Blue sea, crystal waters and blunt waves that slide over the white and gray sands. Islands, beaches, trails, sloths, monkeys, tapirs, felines and ferns mixed together with the magical colorful flowers along with marine birds and dolphins. Great for surfing, snorkeling, kayaking and sport fishing.

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LIMON

165Puerto Limon, in a bay on swampy Caribbean lowland. A leading port of the country and end of the Northern Railway to San José. Exports include bananas, coffee, cocoa, and coconuts. It is the site of a cathedral, a large trading market, and Vargas Park, with botanical gardens; beaches lie nearby

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MANUEL

166Manuel Antonio is the most visited National Park in Costa Rica, with two white sandy beaches. Just off shore are twelve islands, most of them without vegetation, but excellent seabird sanctuaries, with more than a hundred mammal species and birds here. The park has also many beaches and hotels.

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JACO

164Jaco is hot and sometimes humid. The number-one attraction is the surf, and this is definitely a surfer-dominated beach town. Nice place if you're looking for a cheap place where you can spend a few days in the sun, with the tropical forest surrounding the town.

 

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CORCOVADO

162Corcovado National Park. is within a couple of hours of the town of Puerto Jimenez. The Park is a unique combination of flora and fauna that many researchers, photographers, and nature lovers find overwhelming. Any of its trails will take you to a mystical forest with trees reaching up to 60 meters home of a complex system of lianas, insects, epiphytes, birds, and mammals.

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CENTRAL VALLEY

161Central Valley is the gateway to Costa Rica with wide range of activities and attractions worth exploring in a pleasant climate. Gastronomic variety and high-level lodgings characterize this region which has great museums in the country, and, of course, a great nightlife.

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PUERTO JIMENEZ

168Hot and humid. Despite its small size and languid pace, Puerto Jimenez is where wealthy eco tourists mix with budget backpackers, and a surprising number of celebrities seeking a small dose of anonymity and escape. It is just a couple of gravel streets, a block of general stores and several bars.

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ARENAL

160Arenal, Town of La Fortuna. Warm and humid, its main attraction is the Arenal Volcano, constantly active, where you will find exotic birds, but as you approach other areas of interest, Caves and Cano Negro, you might experience more wildlife sightings, and also natural heated waters for relaxation.

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GUANACASTE

163Guanacaste, northern Pacific is a region with great influence on its history, where strong visitor numbers mingle with traditions and typical elements. With many beaches, the area constitutes one of the most important tourism areas with nice hotels, and great places to play golf and sport fishing.

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TORTUGUERO NATIONAL PARK

172The small village of Tortuguero ("Region of Turtles") lies on the northeastern Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, approximately 50 miles north of the principal Port of Limon, The region is covered by a large expanse of tropical rainforest.

 

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