Corcovado (24 to 27 November 2019)

Costa Rica contains 5% of the world’s biodiversity.  That’s a stunning number, when you consider it’s only 51,100 square kilometres.  To put that in perspective, the United States is 9.8 million square kilometres, and Australia…

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Manuel Antonio (21 to 24 November 2019)

Manuel Antonio National Park is one of the smallest national parks in Costa Rica, but it’s also one of the most visited.  That’s not surprising when you consider it is an area of pristine rainforest…

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Monteverde (Santa Elena) (18 to 21 November 2019)

Arenal to Monteverde  As mentioned in our previous post, there are quite a few outdoor activities operators in La Fortuna.  They all offer much the same things – hiking in the old lava flows/rainforest, rafting,…

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Arenal (La Fortuna) (14 to 18 November 2019)

Arenal is one of seven active volcanoes in Costa Rica.  Until 2010 it was Costa Rica’s most active, and one of the ten most active in the world. It’s the classic, perfect, volcanic cone shape,…

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