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Costa Rica (Caribbean coast)

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Costa Rica (Caribbean coast)

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Description

There are many differences between Costa Rica’s Caribbean and Pacific Coasts. The Caribbean coast stretches for some 125 miles between Panama and Nicaragua.

The region is sparsely populated, but has splendid beaches, excellent fishing, great water sports and it gives endless opportunities for getting close to nature.

The entire Caribbean Coast is the province of Limón.

The area attracts many tourists, surfers and backpackers who head to hip beach towns in this must see destination. With no set dry season, like the rest of Costa Rica, you’ll find lush green tropical forests and tumbling rivers year-round.

Puerto Limon, the Carribean main port of call, awaits visitors with the exuberant vegetation and friendly Afro-Caribbean culture.

19/12/2015
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Joëlle
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