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Guanacaste Sunshine, Beaches, Cowboys, and Marimba

2.                  The Guanacaste Tree National Tree of Costa Rica 1.          Catholic Church Nicoya-Costa Rica Built by Spainards in early 1600's 3.         School children Nicoya Costa Rica 4.         Beach Guanacaste Costa Rica Let's travel  Costa Rica to the province of Guanacaste.  (Northern part of the country)...

Poas Volcano National Park Costa Rica’s most Visited

Travel Costa Rica to the most visited national park-Poas Volcano National Park.  My husband Ken and I left very early in the morning traveling thru Alajuela on our way up to the Poas .  We decided to stop at a Coffee Plantation tour called Doka Coffee Tour-Three Generations.  Here we sampled several blends of coffee, toured the plantation and p...

Manuel Antonio National Park Monkeys, Mangos, and Macaws

 Manuel Antonio National Park Monkeys, Mangos, and Macaws A vacation in Costa Rica is complete when you have visited the lowland rainforest national park named MANUEL ANTONIO National Park  Tucked in a rugged cranny midway down the Pacific coast,  this small park  offers natural diversity :  sand white beaches, a coral reef for snorklers,  an...

Tamarindo Beach Sun, Surf, and Sandals

Tamarindo Beach  Sun, Surf, and Sandals Let's vacation  Costa Rica and experience the great outdoors of tropical beauty.  Yes, everywhere you look is green and 1000  shades  of green.  From the rain forest of Monteverde and Corcovado to the savannas of Guanacaste.  And beaches! The northwest pacific has some of the world's most beautiful wh...

Retire in Costa Rica Why?

Retire in Costa Rica   Why? First, it's the climate. The weather is GREAT!  Most foreigners settle in the central valley in and  around San Jose,  Grecia,  Atenas,  Heredia, and  Alajuela. .... and depending on how high above sea level you are ( 3,000 feet is average ) the weather is great. Around 72 degrees F. most of the time all year rou...