Cadogan Guide Costa Rica
For such a small country, there’s a huge amount to see and do in Costa Rica - and Cadogan will guide you every step of the way. The landscape is spectacular, with volcanoes, rainforests, mangroves, coral reefs, rivers, swamps and sandy beaches. This guide has all the information you need to enjoy many different activities in the great Costa Rican outdoors: trekking through the rainforest, mountain climbing, white-water rafting, zip-lining, surfing and dolphin and whale spotting. Or spend some time in Belize’s capital city, San Josť, with its great museums, restaurants and the county's hottest nightlife. Cadogan picks out the best places to stay, visit and enjoy a cup of coffee, made from the famous grando de orro. With insightful and comprehensive sections on the country’s history, culture, wildlife and ecotourism, this guide is ideal for reading before you go, as well as accompanying you once you have arrived.
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Northern San Jose
North of Alajuela
North of Heredia
Parque Nacional Palo Verde
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