Costa Rica

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Consisting of pristine beaches, riverbanks, mangrove estuaries, wetlands, primary and secondary forests, tree plantations and pastures. — Lonely Planet
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This 25,700-acre, amazingly biodiverse preserve is the most popular tourist attraction in Costa Rica. — Travel + Leisure
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This 248-hectare coastal refuge extends from Punta India in the north to Playa Guiones in the south, and includes the beaches of Playa Nosara and Playa Ostional — Lonely Planet
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this glorious Blue Flag beach has 7 km (4½ miles) of hard-packed sand, great for jogging, riding bikes, and saluting the sun. — Fodor's
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One of the largest craters in the world (approximately 1.3km in diameter and 300m deep) spits its fumaroles out into the heart of the Parque Nacional Volcán Poás. — Michelin Guide
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Straddling the transition between the dry forests of Costa Rica’s northwest and the sodden rainforests of the southern Pacific lowlands, this national park is a biological melting pot. — Lonely Planet
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Las Baulas national marine park encompasses the entire beach at Playa Grande, as well as the adjacent land and 220 sq km of ocean — Lonely Planet
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Up the hill and about 200m east of the beach, La Selva is a small but well-maintained wildlife refuge, with monkeys, iguanas, alligators, pizotes (coatis) and other critters. — Lonely Planet
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— Travel + Leisure
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A mecca for speleologists, the caves beneath the 390-meter (1,184-foot) Barra Honda Peak were created millions of years ago by erosion after the ridge emerged from the sea — Fodor's
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Sloth rehabilitation center in the jungle of Costa Rica.  — Atlas Obscura
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