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Know the 5 Cutest National Parks in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has quickly become a destination for outdoor enthusiasts, who want to connect with nature and awaken their spirit of adventure. With 5 percent of the world’s known biodiversity, the country has maintained a long-term commitment to conservation with 26 percent of its land mass under national protection. With an impressive list of 28 national parks and 8 biological reserves, those seeking to travel to the Central American nation can begin by exploring one of the five most visited parks in the country:

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15 Things you have to do at Jacó Beach

15 Things you have to do while visiting Jacó Beach Jacó Beach is a town located in the coast zone of Central Pacific of Costa Rica. A touristic place that has it all, mountains, beach, the best accommodation places, restaurants, banks, Movie Theater, commercial centers and whatever you need to make your stay more comfortable and pleasant. But certainly the best is its people, very friendly people who always have a smile available, willing to show you the best of their town and make you feel welcome.

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Healthy and Sustainable Gastronomy

Healthy and Sustainable Gastronomy Our country is already world renowned as a sustainable destination, so it’s only natural that our cuisine be sustainable and healthy, in keeping with the uniquely Costa Rican expression our visitors find so appealing: Pura vida! (“pure life”) The National Plan for Sustainable and Healthy Gastronomy (PNGCSS, for its name in Spanish) is therefore an exceptional tool to give new value added to our tourism product through gastronomy.

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Arenal Volcano National Park

Arenal Volcano National Park Arenal Volcano National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Volcán Arenal) is a Costa Rican national park in the central part of the country, forming the Arenal Tilaran Conservation Area. The park encompasses the Arenal Volcano, which “was” the most active in the country, which had previously been believed to be dormant until a major eruption in 1968. It neighbors Lake Arenal, which is the site of the country’s largest hydroelectricity project, the Lake Arenal .

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