What to See and Do in San Jose

Spanish for Saint Joseph, San José is the capital of Costa Rica and also happens to be the largest city in the country. San José was founded in 1739 by the Cabildo de León Spanish Council, making it the youngest…

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5 Things to Do in Tamarindo

This quaint town arose on the north western portion of the otherwise barren (not to mention scorching) region of Costa Rica known as Guanacaste for one reason, and one reason only: Tamarindo beach. Tamarindo’s usual population is a mere five…

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Things to See and Do in La Fortuna

La Fortuna, situated in northern province of Alajuela in Costa Rica, is a tropical paradise that is better known to most as Arenal. The name is derived from the nearby Arenal Volcano, which is considered one of the 20 most active…

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Top 10 Things to See and Do in Tortuguero

Tortuguero National Park is an ecological treasure trove buried in northeastern Costa Rica. Accessible by plane, bus, and boast from San Jose, the park is part of the larger Tortuguero Conservation Area, which is in turn part of Humedal Caribe…

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Top 10 Things to Do in Jaco

About one hour’s drive outside of Costa Rica’s capital San Jose, lies Jacó, which is a small central Pacific coastal town that is the perfect tropical getaway for adventurous folks. Leave your high heels, makeup, and ironed shirts at home…

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Best Beaches of Costa Rica

Bookended by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean, Costa Rica is home to what is arguably the most treasured and beautiful diversity of beaches in all of Latin America. A sunbather’s dream come true and a surfer’s haven, here…

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Top 4 Costa Rica Natural Wonders

The natural wonders of Costa Rica are many. Here are our top 4: La Fortuna, situated in northern province of Alajuela in Costa Rica, is a tropical paradise that is better known to most simply as Arenal. The name is…

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