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Caribbean

The Costa Rican Caribbean Coast stretches from the San Juan River on the northern border with Nicaragua, to the Sixaola River on the southern border with Panama. Limon, the provincial capital, is located in the centre and is the main distribution point for tourism.
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Central Pacific

Costa Rica’s Central Pacific region is a highly popular tourist destination, especially for its easy access to the Central Valley. Only one to two hours from the capital city of San Jose, you have beautiful beaches, fun coastal resort towns, the country’s most important Pacific ports, and fantastic surfing, sportfishing, sailing, scuba diving, and other water sports. Lined with a stunning mountainous coastline, the Central Pacific is a transition zone from tropical dry forest to tropical rainforest. It is not as humid as the Caribbean Coast or the South Pacific; however, it is rainier than Guanacaste and the Nicoya Peninsula.
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Central Valley

The Costa Rican Caribbean Coast stretches from the San Juan River on the northern border with Nicaragua, to the Sixaola River on the southern border with Panama. Limon, the provincial capital, is located in the centre and is the main distribution point for tourism.
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Guanacaste

The Guanacaste Province is considered a precious treasure in Costa Rica’s northern Pacific. Here, you will find unforgettable national parks and protected areas, dazzling beaches, majestic volcanoes, and captivating folklore.
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North Puntarenas

The province of Puntarenas is the largest, and one of the most important tourist regions of Costa Rica. It includes islands, coves, beaches and natural treasures of great beauty. Its destinations for sun and beach are complemented by unique protected forest areas. The city of Puntarenas is not only a place to visit, but is also a departure point for the southern Nicoya Peninsula, the Nicoya Gulf and its islands. Puntarenas is very close to the Central Valley – about 120 km (90 minutes) from the capital city of San Jose.
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Northern PlainsNorthern Plains

Northern Plains

The Northern Plains of Costa Rica are one of the most visited regions by international tourists for nature, adventure and ecotourism. Protected forests, lakes, lagoons, volcanoes, rivers and waterfalls abound here. Over the past 10 years, there has been a boom in tourism service development and adventure sites across the region. Thanks to frequent rains, the rainforests and fertile plains are always lush and green. These natural sanctuaries for waterfowl, reptiles, mammals, and the prehistoric Alligator gar fish, are important sites for wildlife enthusiasts.
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South Pacific

Costa Rica’s South Pacific region is a wild tropical paradise teeming with wildlife and lush vegetation. From enchanting, secluded beaches to celebrated ecotourism destinations, Costa Rica’s South Pacific is an outdoor adventurer’s dream. The climate here is hot, tropical and rainy throughout the year, and the South Pacific’s forests are some of the most bountiful in the country.
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