The New Key to Costa Rica

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Ulysses Press, Jan 27, 2009 - Travel - 488 pages
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• Over 400,000 copies sold of previous editions
• The original guide to Costa Rica, updated with even more insider hints, tips, and secrets
• Features extensive travel information plus in-depth coverage of the natural environment and advice on how to benefit the local economy and conservation efforts
• Recommends and details over 50 hotels that practice sustainable tourism
• Written by a dedicated conservationist who lived in Costa Rica for 12 years
Covers the entire country, from 44 beaches on two oceans to 38 national parks, 13 volcanoes, and three cloud forests
• Shows how to enjoy Costa Rica's natural beauty and ecology in a socially responsible way

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About the author (2009)

Beatrice Blake has been living or travelling in Costa Rica for more than 30 years. In 1985 she rewrote The Key to Costa Rica, which her mother, the late Jean Wallace, had originally published in 1976, and has been updating it every other year since then.

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