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Tamarindo
From luxury hotels to sunset sailing and leatherback watching tours, vacationers are starting to add this destination to their must-do list. Located just a few hours from San Jose, Tamarindo offers an easy escape into one of the idyllic micro-worlds of Costa Rica.

Flamingo Beach
An upscale area with plenty of room for people of various tastes. The beaches line the coast and run beyond the horizon with ocean temperatures and beach activities keeping visitors as happy as the well-fed iguanas.

Jaco Beach
More nightlife than any other place aside from San Jose. The idle beach visitor and the industrious pro surfer will both find their slice of bliss in Jaco Beach.

Mal Pais
The popular misconception kept the throngs of tourism away for years, until the truth got out. Today, the weather, biodiversity, beaches, waves and sanctuaries around Mal Pais are catching on to the ears of travelers. From lavish accommodation to hanging hammocks, Mal Pais has a place for all.

Manuel Antonio
The Manuel Antonio National Park is home to hundreds of species of birds, mammals and marine life. Postcard perfect surroundings, Manuel Antonio is fast becoming one of the most visited parks in Costa Rica.

Montezuma
All the activities to see and do but lacks the overcrowdedness of other more known destinations. With perfect dry season weather and hotels offering pampering luxury, Montezuma makes a perfect escape for the expatriate or executive.

Nosara
The perfect blend of escape without leaving behind all the comforts. With long and wide stretches of beach and plenty of room to sprawl, Nosara is a place that people come back to. The snorkeling, sunset sailing, and jungle hiking makes it all to Utopic to believe.

Santa Teresa
Offers luxury to low-cost accommodation and everything between. The biodiversity and beaches are an array of Costa Rica’s best. There is more than enough to see and do, with surfing and other water sports topping the list of most newcomers.

Puerto Viejo
A laid back style with waves, beach and chill attitudes. A much different ambiance to other more resort-centered parts of Costa Rica, reggae and calypso roll on like the waves.

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