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Arenal National Park | Costa Rica

From Monteverde, we made the 3 hour drive (about 75 miles) to the Arenal Volcano area. There is no direct route because of the mountainous terrain so we drove up, over and around Arenal Lake. The first part of the trip from Monteverde to Tilarán is not paved, but the views along the way are...

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    Driving to Nosara (Nicoya Peninsula) and Monteverde | Costa Rica

    When you travel, you have to go with the flow. Things don’t always go as expected. That being said, I have always been very fortunate as far as hotel reservations go. This changed in Nosara, Costa Rica. We made a 6 hour drive from Manuel Antonio to Nosara arriving on the Friday night before Easter....

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      Manuel Antonio and the Central Pacific Coast | Costa Rica

      Costa Rica has 34 national parks and reserves protecting more than 12% of the country. When you include the private reserves it’s closer to 23% of the country. Located in the province of Puntarenas, 98 miles south of San Jose, Manuel Antonio National Park is part of the Central Pacific Coast. This area is unique because...

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        Do You Know The Way to San Jose | Costa Rica

        How do you get to San Jose, Costa Rica? With poor planning, from Thailand it involves 4 flights and 44 hours to get from Koh Samui to Bangkok, Bangkok to Dohar, Dohar to Madrid, and Madrid to Miami. Add to that the 13 hours time difference and you have no idea where you are, who you are,...

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