Exploring around San Carlos

Exploring around San Carlos

The northern zone of the country is filled with national parks, incredible views, waterfalls and thousand of unique activities. Not to mention it’s one of the most visited parts in the entire country. Some time must be dedicated for relaxation – of course. There are many hot springs in La Fortuna.

For the more adventurous type, this region of the country has plenty to offer. Rafting, guided hiking tours, kayaking, fishing, horseback riding, canopy tours and bout tours along Cano Negro are just some of the activities anyone can enjoy while they are visiting. 

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Marbella - San Juanillo & Nosara

Marbella - San Juanillo & Nosara

If the experience of Costa Rica is what you are looking for, then this area is worth the visit – especailly since the west coast of Costa Rica is home to the most beautiful beaches in the country. What better than spending your days in a hammock and sipping cocktails than on the beaches in central Guanacaste?If the experience of Costa Rica is what you are looking for, then this area is worth the visit – especailly since the west coast of Costa Rica is home to the most beautiful beaches in the country. What better than spending your days in a hammock and sipping cocktails than on the beaches in central Guanacaste?

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Cerro Pelado

Cerro Pelado

Cerro Pelado is a very old horshoe shaped volcano located 12 kilometers from the city of Cañas in Guanacaste. The name of this hiking destination literally translates into the barren hill, this is because of hard winds that batter the area on a constant basis and most of the terrain is made up of rock so hardly any vegetation or trees grow there or can even take root.

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Minas del Aguacate

Minas del Aguacate

Minas is a perfect day trip to do with family or friends. You can freshen up on a sunny day at the well-known watering holes of Union River or even go on a quick exploration of the mines themselves that were initially discovered during the gold rush of 1821. The tunnel of the mine is 7 kilometers long but you can only walk a few meters inwards.

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Del Toro Waterfall

Del Toro Waterfall

Situated in the province of Alajuela, Catarata’s del Toro is a private 250 acre private reserve and a relatively unknown tourist destination. Located in a small town known as Bajos del Toro Amarillo, it is surrounded by two national parks named Poas and the Juan Castro Blanco. Its tranquility and isolation create a perfect scene for those travelers looking for different, unique and relatively free tourist destinations.

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