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On Costa Rica’s Atlantic coast you will find everything you could ever wish for in a tropical travel destination. The Caribbean is a paradise for the tourist with the spectacular beaches, tropical rainforest, green sea turtles and abundance of vegetation and wildlife.
This region allows you to get up close and personal with a wide variety of national and cultural attractions, as well as experiencing some of the most exciting adventure, sporting and recreational experiences found anywhere in the world. Highlight places of this region:  Jaco beach, Puntarenas, Quepos, Manuel Antonio National Park and beach, Carrara biological reserve, Herradura beach, and others.
The central valley in which San Jose is located is the heart of Costa Rica and is considered a tourist gateway to the rest of the country.  It has its own plethora of activities and attractions that are worth exploring such as a full range of restaurants, shopping malls, museums, national parks, volcanoes, hotels and accommodation and a very active nightlife.
It is located in the northern part of the country. The region has the most beautiful beaches, colossal volcanoes, history, forest, culture and nightlife. This destination has two main tourist centers, one in Liberia and the other in Santa Cruz, and three other secondary: El Coco, Tamarindo, and Flamingo.
This region has a wide variety of geographical features including protected areas like lakes, lagoons, volcanoes, rivers, and waterfalls that cover the area. Due to the high levels of precipitation the region is filled with rain forests, evergreens and natural sanctuaries for aquatic birds, reptiles and mammals as well the prehistoric Gasper fish. This region definitely attracts nature lovers of all types.
The main attractions of this region include the beaches, marine life, such as whales and dolphins, mangrove swamps, reptiles, sport fishing and surfing.  Also hiking the national park trails, professional and amateur diving, trekking to the top of Costa Rica’s highest mountain Chirripo, the impressive waterfalls in protected areas and botanical gardens are some of the most popular.