Costa Rica Travel Guide

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San José

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525,881,133

Jacó

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149,236,57

Tamarindo

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147,226,40

Quepos

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171,348,51

Fortuna

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197,501,51

Puerto Viejo

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157,262,20

Monteverde

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181,402,19

Liberia

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46,93,15

Montezuma

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94,166,7

Puntarenas

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44,78,28

Arenal

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31,105,9

Tortuguero

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110,325,8

Cahuita

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92,233,0

Alajuela

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60,174,44

Arenal

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99,193,6

Puerto Jiménez

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36,90,1

Mal País

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61,82,9

Sámara

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60,172,8

Santa Cruz

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3,6,13

Cartago

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31,91,3

Sarapiquí

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21,26,6

Heredia

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16,25,13

Corcovado National Park

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22,48,1

Tárcoles

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14,37,0

Sarchí

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10,27,0

Orosí

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19,31,3

Playa Hermosa

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14,21,7

Dominical

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19,26,2

Santa Lucía

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116,173,0

Poás

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14,31,0

Nosara

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19,24,1

Puerto Manzanillo

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15,23,0

Turrialba

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21,40,8

Isla del Caño

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4,22,0

Brasilito

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5,13,1

Santa Teresa

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11,11,2

Monte Verde

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10,7,1

Escazù

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10,16,7

Chirripó

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15,28,0

Santa Elena

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3,16,3

Tambor

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4,19,2

San José

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27,54,0

Potrero

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2,7,2

Parismina

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7,9,0

Isla del Coco

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7,17,0

Birrí

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7,20,1

Zarcero

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6,40,0

Tronadora

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0,0,1

Sixaola

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0,1,0

Puerto Viejo

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2,1,2

San José

See all 525 San José Tips
  • National Theater

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    San José Things to Do

    On Monday, one of the things we did was a tour of the National Theatre (which was being renovated, so it wasn’t really a tour, and we didn’t pay for it because the guard at the entrance wasn’t there) and had lunch there ($12.91 for 2 including tip). I didn't take many photos because everything was shrouded with dust cloths. Now the visiting hours...

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  • Hotel Santo Tomas

    San José Hotels

    Very friendly an to other d helpful staff. The newer rooms are excellent. good value relative...

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  • Nuestra Tierra

    4 out of 5 stars

    San José Restaurants

    A nice, huge restaurant on a busy street corner on the east side of the city. Kind of touristy, with traditional dancers dancing during the busy dinnertime. Good enough though. Grilled pollo w/rice & beans and a potato salad I think.

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Jacó

See all 149 Jacó Tips
  • The best Bar in Jaco

    Jacó Restaurants

    Where you go with friends jaco beach? in jaco beach there are a variety of places to go, one of these places, the bar and restaurant, Surf Dogs which is a great option to have fun, hang out and try some delicious daiquiris, Jaco restaurants are an excellent choice and Surf Dogs is one of these, the bar is modeled and in the heart of the city, so it...

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  • Hotel Villa Caletas

    Jacó Hotels

    Most satisfying stay I have ever had. Breathtaking views and luxurious rooms. If you want your own...

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  • Thief in Esterillos Oeste

    Jacó Warnings and Dangers

    There is a known thief in Esterillos Oeste. His name is Marlo. He will distract you by offering to get coconuts from the highest palm tree. While he has your attention showing off his partner will come in the back and steal the first available thing. In our case it was my daughters brand new Ipad.The local police are well aware he is the thief and...

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Tamarindo

See all 147 Tamarindo Tips
  • Dont miss the Israeli food

    Tamarindo Restaurants

    Me ans my family invite who ever is in tamarindo to experience a real Mediterranean /Israeli real food !! we cook all the traditional food everything from scratch and fresh every day even the pitas we bake ourselves we serve humus , falafel, kabab, babaganush, shawarma, chopped salad, and much more this is a really good place for veterinarians and...

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  • Hotel Capitan Suizo

    Tamarindo Hotels

    Having stayed at the Peace Lodge at La Paz Waterfall Gardens, I considered Capitan Suizo in...

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  • Looks great but they're so RUDE!

    Tamarindo Restaurants

    The Langosta Beach Club in Tamarindo has a bright cheerful sign on the beach advertising “Beach Bistro!” “Pool!” “Happy Hour!”It looked great, so we went inside and ordered a delicious poolside dinner, served by friendly, attentive French chefs. It was an expensive but lovely meal in a beautiful setting looking out over Tamarindo Beach.BUT…Having...

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Quepos

See all 171 Quepos Tips
  • El Avion

    Quepos Restaurants

    We came to El Avion on the advice of my brother-in-law, who had come to Quepos the year before. It was great fun! I love the open-air restaurants, and we were seated under the wing of the airplane. After ordering, we walked into the body of the plane, which is now a bar, and were able to climb up into the cockpit - a GREAT photo op! The food came...

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  • Makanda By The Sea Hotel

    Quepos Hotels

    A great getaway in the jungle. Big and luxurious rooms, great ocean views, good pool, excellent...

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  • Manuel Antonio National Park

    Quepos Things to Do

    We will be going to Costa Rica in November 2014. We plan to see Manuel Antonio National Park this tip is in preparation for my travel there. It is advisable to rent a 4X4 vehicle if you drive there. The park is open from 7am to 4pm. Closed on Mondays. The park allows 600 people on weekdays, 800 people on weekends to enter daily. Entrance is US$10...

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Fortuna

See all 197 Fortuna Tips
  • The name says it all!

    Fortuna Restaurants

    This is a nice little find. Small and tucked away on the main street into La Fortuna. We were a large group some things seemed tight but still plenty of room. The owner is an ex-pat from the US. Very personable and really strives to serve the best food he can. The wait staff were great. Unique, especially in CR, the waiter took our order with an...

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  • Hotel Los Lagos

    Fortuna Hotels

    Los Lagos is one of the best affordable hotels on Arenal Volcano. It is one of the closest to the...

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  • Fast, inexpensive and good!

    Fortuna Restaurants

    This is an open air cafe restaurant. The wait staff were very attentive. I was very surprised on how fast my food came. Very inexpensive. I had the chicken casado tipico which comes with a fresh fruit drink. The drink was Guayaba and was very good. I added an order of fresh chips and guacamole which was the highlight. Everything was good though and...

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Puerto Viejo

See all 157 Puerto Viejo Tips
  • Mostly veg restaurant

    Puerto Viejo Restaurants

    Veggie restaurant upstairs. Big menu, mostly vegetarian, good juices. I ordered a coconut water, but they were out of coconuts. No problem, the guy stepped over the railing, walked across the corrugated roof to a coconut tree and cut 1 off the tree.

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  • Hotel Banana Azul

    Puerto Viejo Hotels

    We stayed 4 at this hotel, front beach in Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica. Very nice place with everything...

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  • Jaguar Rescue Center

    Puerto Viejo Things to Do

    They do 2 tours a day, 9:30 & 11:30. They rescue hurt or abandoned animals, nurse them back to health and then reintroduce them to their habitat. They do good work, and give a great tour. Saw sloths, parrots, caiman, owls, birds of prey and they let you go into the monkey cage--so you're in the middle of monkeys flying all around. One jumped on my...

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Monteverde

See all 181 Monteverde Tips
  • Weather in Winter

    Monteverde Favorites

    In Arenal and Monteverde it can be cloudy most days that time of year, especially at Arenal and La Fortuna. At the coast, the weather is very good. It is considered the dry season (as well as the high season) but that is mostly at the coast. The later you go in March the better chance you will have in seeing Arenal Volcano. I have been there 6...

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  • Hotel Belmar

    Monteverde Hotels

    5655, Costa Rica

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Sloth Sanctuary in Monteverde

    Monteverde Things to Do

    Sloths are such cute animals, and these guys take care of injured animals or otherwise in need of help.The 1 hour tour starts with a short (10-15 minutes) video about the sanctuary history, followed by a 15 minutes explanation, and culminating with the view of some 10 sloths - 2 and 3 toe types residing there. The cost is a stiff $20 per person...

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Liberia

See all 46 Liberia Tips
  • Amazing Cafe

    Liberia Restaurants

    Incredible coffee, the breakfast are amazing and they also serve lunch. The price are great and the food in delicious.The coffee come from they ouwn field and the staff is very friendly.If you are looking for a place on your way from/to the airport, you have to stop there.Everything is home made and very fresh. Desayuno de la casa (ciabatta bread,...

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  • Four Seasons Costa Rica

    Liberia Hotels

    Beautiful, isolated relaxation coupled with cookie-cutter "safe" ecotourism. Visited this resort for...

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  • Resort Specialty Restaurant

    Liberia Restaurants

    The restaurant has a formal air conditioned restaurant that you can eat at 2 times during your stay. The service is wonderful and the food is amazing. Plus it is nice to not sweat while eating! The Red Snapper was AWESOME!!

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Montezuma

See all 94 Montezuma Tips
  • Excellent Photography Tour

    Montezuma Things to Do

    I've wanted to learn how to take photos for a long time and finally, I found out the best way to do it while on vacation. John Ussenko is a professional photographer offering photography tips and techniques. He helped me understand the basic principles of aperture, shutter, and composition. The best part, we did this all in the rainforest. I have...

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  • Ylang Ylang Beach Resort

    Montezuma Hotels

    Montezuma Beach, formerly El Sano Banano Beach Hotel, Montezuma, 00001, Costa Rica

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 3 out of 5 stars

  • Cabuya Island Fishing & Snorkeling Tour

    Montezuma Things to Do

    You quickly learn that the main tour pushed all over Montezuma is the Tortuga Island tour. It's a fun tour but it is a pretty standard tour.... lots of lolling around the island time waiting for the boat to leave, snorkeling with 50 people in the water etc. In search of something a little different and more authentic we went on a fishing and...

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Puntarenas

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Arenal

See all 99 Arenal Tips
  • Bosque Nuboso El Corcora Butterfly Farm

    Arenal Off The Beaten Path

    On our way from San Jose to La Fortuna, we happened by El Cocora Butterfly Farm and Hummingbird Garden. We were ready for a break from our drive, my husband (the bird watcher) wanted to see hummingbirds, so we pulled in. The young woman who approached us spoke good English, and explained to us that this was a family-run endeavor, and was able to...

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  • The Springs Resort & Spa

    Arenal Hotels

    Arenal, 3.9 km from Palma Highway 142, , Costa Rica

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Arenal Nayara Hotel & Gardens

    Arenal Hotels

    600 Metros Noreste, La Fortuna de San Carlos, Costa Rica

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

  • For Hiking/Volcano/Zip/Thermal Baths

    Arenal What to Pack

    A light daypack to hold your supplies Sturdy hiking boots or athletic shoes - do NOT try to hike in flip-flops or sandals!Long pants will help you prevent bug bites & scratchesA poncho to protect against the frequent rains (it is a rain forest, after all!)A hat to cover your head & faceFor the thermal baths, you will need a swimsuit (they provide...

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Tortuguero

See all 110 Tortuguero Tips
  • Bus and Boat from San José to Tortuguero

    Tortuguero Transportation

    It is possible to travel from San José to Tortuguero by public transportation. In fact, it's rather challenging, a mini adventure in itself. You have to take a bus to Cariari, then another bus to La Pavona and finally a boat to Tortuguero. Buses to Cariari leave from the Gran Terminal del Caribe. I was told that the first one departs at 6am, so I...

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  • Manatus Hotel

    Tortuguero Hotels

    Tortuguero, 705 40005, Costa Rica

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

  • Boats

    Tortuguero Transportation

    There is very little in the way of roads in Tortuguaro, so most travel is either by boat, train or plane. There are larger slow moving tourist boats with canopies where the guides take you along the canals, which is the way we took our tour from the cruise ship. I have read that we could arrange this trip on our own, but it seemed much easier to...

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Cahuita

See all 92 Cahuita Tips
  • Best food there

    Cahuita Restaurants

    One of the first restaurants on the Main St. Uses a wood-burning oven.Had a huge meal and a pineapple shake for $4. Open early for breakfast too. Had breadfruit for the first time, kinda like potatoes, very good..

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  • Visit Tree of Life Wildlife Rescue...

    Cahuita Things to Do

    Tree of Life Wildlife Rescue Center & Botanical Gardens is a piece of paradise in Cahuita. The owners take care of many different (displaced) animals as if they were their own children.All animals have plenty of space, so they created a real cozy park for them to recover. They are socially involved, as they teach lessons to school classes. In the...

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  • Bus, what else

    Cahuita Transportation

    Three daily buses leave San José for Sixaola. They stop at Cahuita after a 4 hour ride. Regional buses go to Limón, Puerto Vargas, Puerto Viejo and Bribri. Buses to and from San José can be very crowded on weekends in the "dry" season.

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Alajuela

See all 60 Alajuela Tips
  • A five colones banknote

    Alajuela Favorites

    While we stayed at the 1915 Hotel in Alajuela we brought our laundry to a little shop a few blocks from the hotel. The shopkeeper, being a collector, had a small display of banknotes on his counter. As we admired these, we started talking and gave him some notes from Indonesia, Suriname and Trinidad Tobago, that we happened still to have with us....

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  • Hotel Buena Vista

    Alajuela Hotels

    Stayed here as a treat, and it sure was! The view from the garden of the hotel is second to none,...

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  • Poás Volcano National Park

    Alajuela Things to Do

    Parque Nacional Volcán Poás is the easiest to visit and therefore the most popular. From Alajuela one or more tourist buses daily go the 37 km winding mountain road to the park, fare CRC 2100 both ways. They stop at a souvenir stall on the way, still there is ample time to walk the park at your leasure.From the parking a well paved road leads...

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Arenal

See all 99 Arenal Tips
  • Bosque Nuboso El Corcora Butterfly Farm

    Arenal Off The Beaten Path

    On our way from San Jose to La Fortuna, we happened by El Cocora Butterfly Farm and Hummingbird Garden. We were ready for a break from our drive, my husband (the bird watcher) wanted to see hummingbirds, so we pulled in. The young woman who approached us spoke good English, and explained to us that this was a family-run endeavor, and was able to...

    more
  • The Springs Resort & Spa

    Arenal Hotels

    Arenal, 3.9 km from Palma Highway 142, , Costa Rica

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Solo

  • Arenal Nayara Hotel & Gardens

    Arenal Hotels

    600 Metros Noreste, La Fortuna de San Carlos, Costa Rica

    Satisfaction: Excellent

    Good for: Business

    Hotel Class 4.5 out of 5 stars

  • For Hiking/Volcano/Zip/Thermal Baths

    Arenal What to Pack

    A light daypack to hold your supplies Sturdy hiking boots or athletic shoes - do NOT try to hike in flip-flops or sandals!Long pants will help you prevent bug bites & scratchesA poncho to protect against the frequent rains (it is a rain forest, after all!)A hat to cover your head & faceFor the thermal baths, you will need a swimsuit (they provide...

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  • Jul 12, 2013 at 3:24 AM

    Best place by far that I have ever visited ! have been here twice and would love to visit again one day soon as there is so much to do , see and explore . People and beaches are great and the Costa Rica Rental Villas are out of this world ! Anyone who has not yet visited really should do soon !

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