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Get to Know Costa Rica

Costa Rica extends majestically from the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean Sea, and its distance is barely 200 miles. Its land portion occupies only 20 thousand square miles.If you travel throughout the provinces of Costa Rica, it’s easy to notice … Continue reading

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Costa Rica Facts

Fast Facts Population: 4,331,000 Capital: San José; 1,085,000 Area: 51,100 square kilometers (19,730 square miles) Language: Spanish, English Religion: Roman Catholic, Evangelical Currency: Costa Rican colon Life Expectancy: 79 GDP per Capita: U.S. $8,300 Literacy Percent: 96 Costa Rica Facts … Continue reading

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Cooking Demonstrations at Villa Perezoso

STAY COOK LEARN Beginning in 2011, guests* of Villa Perezoso will be able to enjoy two 3 hour “Cooking Costa Rica Style” cooking demonstrations by our talented Chef Over. Guests will learn how to make dishes such as arroz con … Continue reading

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The History of Manuel Antonio Park

History Manuel Antonio National Park was born from the desire of the people in the region to preserve their access to one of the most beautiful parts of Costa Rica. As David Rains Wallace describes it in The Quetzal and … Continue reading

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The Birds of Manuel Antonio

Birds Over 350 species of birds call Manuel Antonio home, and many more visit the park.  You’ll certainly see brown pelicans fishing offshore, and five species of kingfishers (martín pescador) including the brilliant emerald amazon (amazónico) species working the streams … Continue reading

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Come see Manuel Antonio National Park

Manuel Antonio National Park Despite its relatively tiny size, Manuel AntonioNational Park holds an incredible biodiversity. Visitors can expect to see Families of White Face monkeys (Squirrel Monkeys) playing and feeding on swarms of green and black grasshoppers. On a short … Continue reading

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Fishing is always good off of Quepos

Fishing ‘s Always Good Off Quepos Releases of up to 20 fish a day common during peak season Sport Fishing always good off Quepos, with top billfishing traditionally well underway by early December, when the mayor concentration of sailfish moves … Continue reading

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