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CANOPY SAN LUIS ADVENTURE TOUR

Set into the placid cloud forests of Costa Rica’s Central Valley region, the San Luis canopy tour will take you on an exhilarating and safe adventure through lush, green canopy and across the majestic Rio Cataratitas. Carried securely by a … Continue reading

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Responsible Travel

We are committed to promoting the principles of ecotourism and responsible travel, with the goal of uniting conservation, communities and sustainable travel.  By exploring alternative travel choices, you can have a unique trip and avoid leaving negative marks on cultures, … Continue reading

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COSTA RICA NATIONAL MUSEUM – REVIEW

The National Museum saw the light by the end of the XIX century, encouraged by the liberal project of “order and progress” that reorganized national culture by means of changes in education and the development of institutions with cultural and … Continue reading

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MANUEL ANTONIO TOUR ACTIVITIES

Adventure Sportfishing, scuba diving, snorkeling, surfing, sea kayaking, river rafting, mountain biking, horseback riding to pristine waterfalls, relaxing on white-sand beaches… If that’s not enough to keep you a busy in the Quepos and Manuel Antonio area, then how about … Continue reading

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MANUEL ANTONIO BEACHES

Because this national park has a series of small beaches and bays surrounded by luscious rainforest: North Espadilla Beach, South Espadilla Beach, Manuel Antonio Beach, Puerto Escondido Beach & Playitas Beach, all of them safe for swimming and great for … Continue reading

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MANUEL ANTONIO NATIONAL PARK!

With the establishment of ManuelAntonio National Park in 1972, the people of Costa Rica decided to preserve, for future generations, one of the most beautiful and bio-diverse areas in the world. Although it is the country’s smallest national park, the … Continue reading

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Costa Rica: What to bring

Here’s a list of what to brings, just in case you are not a experienced tropical traveler. I built this list through out the years of working in the Costa Rican [more specifically Manuel Antonio] tourism industry. I sincerely hope … Continue reading

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