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Activities in Caribbean Coast

Tours

Diversity of Costa Rica (8 days/7 nights tour)

  • 1 night in San Jose (Arival)
  • 2 nights in Tortuguero (Caribbean Coast)
  • 1 night in San Jose
  • 2 nights in Monteverde Cloud Forest
  • 1 night in San Jose (Departure)

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Accommodations

Almonds & Corals Lodge

Located in the heart of the Gandoca Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge, 25 kilometers south from Cahuita National Park at Costa Rica’s southern Caribbean Coast, is a delightful relaxing place with the magic touch of Nature; a unique idea for accommodation.

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Mawamba Lodge

The Mawamba Lodge hotel is situated on the Northeast area of Costa Rica's Caribbean Coast on a sand bar between the Tortuguero Canals and the Caribbean Ocean, an excellent location that provides direct access to the pristine beach and the canals.

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Laguna Lodge Tortuguero

Laguna Lodge Tortuguero

Laguna Lodge Tortuguero is a rain forest ecotourism lodge, a leader among this tropical country’s hotels and resorts with an extra touch in style, comfort and personalized service.

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Things to Do

Caribbean Coast Costa Rica Main Attractions - Tropical Discovery

Caribbean Coast Costa Rica Main Attractions

Barra del Colorado National Wildlife Refuge

Barra del Colorado National Wildlife Refuge

Created in 1985, this refuge is located at the north end of the Caribbean Coast Costa Rica, on the border with Nicaragua. Its 78,977 hectares shelter canals, lagoons, rivers, marshes, forests, hills under 250 meters high and continental or fluvial islands. Receiving some 5,500 to 6,000 millimeters of precipitation per year, the region has no dry season to speak of. Continue reading

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