Costa Rica: A Travel Survival Kit

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Lonely Planet, Jan 1, 1994 - Costa Rica - 414 pages
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Rachowiecki's guide has been revised to provide the most concise and contemporary information to this Latin American wonderland. Sun-drenched beaches, steamy jungles, smoking volcanoes, rugged mountains, and a host of dazzling native birds and wildlife all await your visit. Color photos.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
9
Geography
17
PENINSULA DE NICOYA
19
FACTS FOR THE VISITOR
40
Visas Embassies 40 lime
52
Food
68
Tours
77
SAN JOSE
104
Silvestre Caño Negro
228
Lodges North of Puerto Viejo
237
THE CARIBBEAN LOWLANDS
244
Moto
253
Parque Nacional Cahuita
272
East of Puerto Viejo
281
SOUTHERN COSTA RICA
287
San Gerardo de Rivas
293

CENTRAL VALLEY THE HIGHLANDS
139
Northwest to Zarcero
145
The Heredla Area
151
Parque National Braulio
159
Parque National Volcan
164
Parque Nacional Palo Verde
194
Parque Nacional Rincón de
201
THE NORTHERN LOWLANDS
224
North Along the Golfo Dulce
317
Puerto Jim6nez
321
Wilson Botanical Garden
328
Hacienda Santa Marta 342 Parque Nacional Manuel
341
West of Liberia
372
TELEPHONE NUMBERS
401
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Rachowiecki was born near London and became an avid traveler while a teenager. He works part time in Peru and Ecuador as a leader for Wilderness Travel.

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