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Tips to travel to Costa Rica

To many, Costa Rica’s charm lies in its lush rainforests, unspoiled beaches and abundance of wildlife. With breathtaking landscapes and a myriad of creatures — from toucans to monkeys to jaguars — it’s easy to see why. Where else can you hike active volcanoes, zip line through cloud-covered rainforests and surf warm turquoise waters within the span of just a few days? In this compact but diverse tropical paradise, exhilarating outdoor activities are abundant. Nature-seekers will roam thick jungles while beachgoers will sprawl across the powdery sands. It’s hard not to admire all the splendors this “Rich Coast” has to offer.

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Active Volcanoes in Costa Rica

The Hotel Jardines Arenal has built up quite the reputation for being situated in a very quiet and serene area, surrounded with various forms of wildlife. What really tends to attract tourists, however, is the Arenal Volcano which is situated a few kilometers away from the resort. In the heart of La Fortuna stands this volcano which is still active after many years. It used to be dormant until 1968 when it spewed lava and again in 2010 when there was another eruption. Since then, however, there had been no more signs of activity. There are many active volcanoes in Costa Rica that attract tourists on a monthly basis. Here are a few active volcanoes that you must visit during your next holiday. Poás Volcano The Poás Volcano is probably one of the most popular volcanoes in Costa Rica, if not the world. It is one of the largest active volcanoes on the planet. Situated in the Central Valley, it boasts with sulfuric emissions, active fumaroles, and 2 crater lakes. The northern lake is called Laguna Caliente, which literally means “hot lagoon” is one of the most acidic lakes in the world. It lies in direct contrast to the southern […]

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Costa Rica Surfing

Costa Rica will host the World Surfing for second chance For the second time, Costa Rica will host the World Surfing the ISA International Surfing Asociation (its acronym in English), to be confirmed Monday. The finals will be in Jaco Beach during the first half of August, so that our country will have the privilege of defending the world title he won last year in Nicaragua, both male teams and with Noe Mar McGonagle. In recent months, the president of the Federation de Surf de Costa Rica, Randall Chaves, along with government entities and private companies, worked to collect the million dollars that costs about organizing the event. Costa Rica Surfing

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