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Costa Rica's Marvelous Green Season

Pura Vida! Costa Rica is an ideal destination for outdoor adventure lovers, where there are extensive trails and an abundance of wildlife. Fly like tarzan over the treetops on a zip canopy adventure, where you can gain optimal views of the rainforest and valleys below. 404 more words

They're just trying to make a living

Yesterday morning, when I returned from my beach walk, I sat down to enjoy a second cup of copy.

In the few minutes I sat on a stool at the kitchen counter, the house was invaded by “cleaner ants”. 160 more words


Santa Cruz

We decided to be in a more central area for Día de Guanacaste, a local holiday marking the anniversary of the annexation of the Guanacaste region to Costa Rica during the civil war in Nicaragua. 836 more words


Costa Rica National Park, Wildlife Refuge, And Biological Reserve Entrance Fees Set To Increase. Here's How Much A Visit To Each Will Cost.

Attention all travellers! Costa Rica’s national park, wildlife refuge, and biological reserve entrance fees are set to increase on August 1st, 2014 (thanks to decreto Nº 38295­ published at the end of April earlier this year). 1,230 more words

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Day 1
As we haven’t had much beach time (or seen the sun much for that matter), we decided to head to the beach town of Nosara… which has nice beaches and is in the midst of a 6-10 month drought (depending on who you talk to). 966 more words



We didn’t leave the Tilarán area until mid-afternoon, but we only had a short drive to our next destination of Liberia. On the way we stopped at a gorgeous waterfall (rolled in around 4:30 to find out they close the lot at 5… just enough time to roll down to the falls, enjoy the view for a bit, buy a coconut and head back out on the road). 315 more words


Lake Arenal

From our perch at the swanky hotel we reserved a place via AirBnB that was just outside of Tilarán, a small town on the west side of Lake Arenal. 462 more words