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  • San Pedro
    San Pedro is "La Isla Bonita" that Madonna made famous. Now it's a tourist mecca, but still boasts great beaches and plenty of dive shops so you can enjoy the sun, sand, and sea. Plan a side trip to Caye Caulker while you're here; it is less developed and more laid back, and has its own splendid swimming areas.
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  • Panama City
    A diverse multicultural city of almost 1.3 million, Panama City offers a lot more than an up-close view of the Canal. Shantytowns slink up alongside shiny high-rise condos. The Old City is an atmospheric labyrinth of churches, plazas and palaces. Fifteen miles from downtown Panama City, Soberania National Park is an excellent destination for hiking and birding. For a fascinating look at the canal, take a taxi or local bus to Miraflores Locks Visitor Center and look down on the traffic below.
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  • Manuel Antonio
    With equal efforts dedicated to wildlife preservation and a beach-getaway atmosphere, Manuel Antonio has surely earned its reputation as one of Costa Rica's most gorgeous locales. A lively resort town sits just north of a national park, where a rain forest teeming with monkeys resides.
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  • La Fortuna de San Carlos
    La Fortuna de San Carlos is at the centre of an array of geological wonder. The nearby Arenal is Costa Rica's most active volcano, routinely bursting with lava and ash, and the Catarata de La Fortuna is a waterfall pouring from a seventy-metre cliff. The Tabacon Hot Springs are a relaxing intermission in the midst of the various spectacles, and the Leaves and Lizards Arenal Volcano Cabin Retreat is a blissful end to any day's excursion.
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  • Brasilito
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  • Placencia
    Once a sleepy fishing village, Placencia has emerged as an increasingly popular eco-destination on the Caribbean. For those who enjoy outdoor adventure, the Stann Creek region offers a host of activities: hiking through mountainous rain forests, kayaking, deep sea fishing, diving and exploring Mayan ruins. The peninsula boasts 16 miles of tranquil beaches, with a lagoon to the west and the Caribbean to the east and lots of peace and quiet in the middle. Tour guides and dive centers offer a variety of excursions, with boat rides to the outer cayes an ongoing favorite. Also popular are guided land tours to Mayan Ruins or trekking the jungle trails of Cockscomb Basin Wildlife Sanctuary, where the first Jaguar Reserve in the world was established.
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  • Tamarindo
    Tamarindo is a prime spot for surfing and sportfishing, diving and sunning. Nesting leatherback turtles do their thing along the beaches from October to May and, for some nesting of your own, gorgeous beach houses, B&Bs and luxury hotels line the sunny sands. Shopping and dining options are superb and plentiful, perfect for sampling the true flavours of Costa Rica.
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  • El Jobo
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  • San Jose
    Vibrant and packed with Victorian mansions, Costa Rica's rowdy, bustling capital was built on the profits of the coffee trade and working "golden bean" plantations still surround the city. Try freshly roasted local beans at Mercado Central. For shinier gold, visit the Museo del Oro. Many renovated landmarks now house stylish hotels. Usually viewed as a hub, rather than a destination, nightlife is concentrated in Spanish village-inspired El Pueblo. Don't miss the elegant 1897 National Theater.
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  • Playa Manuel Antonio
    One of Costa Rica's most popular beaches, Playa Manuel Antonio frequently hosts parties and festivals, and it is an ideal destination for avid surfers.
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  • Casco Viejo
    This charming old community’s churches, pedestrian walkways and historical plazas and palaces make it a must-see on any tour.
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  • Panama Canal
    Operating since 1914 and considered one of the wonders of the world, this fifty-mile waterway transports ships by raising them from sea level to more than 85 feet via a series of gravity-powered locks.
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  • Museo Miraflores
    Miraflores Museum is the first Site Museum in Guatemala City. Located right where the Ancient Maya City of Kaminaljuyu was. It has one of the best archaeological collections of Guatemala's Valley. The Museum has 2 halls with permanent exhibitions -displaying archaeological artifacts- one showroom for temporary expositions -devoted mostly to contemporary art- and a big garden where local botanical species can be seen, while you breath fresh air in a peaceful and safe environment. A Precolumbian burial was reproduced underground, just below the pyramid, making the visit a whole new experience. There is also a living collection of spiders and snakes, with species that were very important for the Ancient Maya. At the entrance, the Museum welcomes you with a reproduction of a Precolumbian canal and a scale model of the Great City of Kamnialjuyu. The scale model is displayed in such a way that the visitor may relate the ancient buildings -buried under the actual city- with the nowadays streets and avenues. Kaminaljuyu was one of the most importat cities due to commerce, obsidian was the most important product of trade throughout Mesoamerica. Miraflores Museum is the place to visit if you want to know the origins of Guatemala City and more about our history.
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  • Hacienda Alsacia Starbucks Coffee Farm
    A place where connection - and our mission - come to life. Located on the slopes of Poás Volcano, less than one hour away from Costa Rica's capital of San Jose, Hacienda Alsacia is the company's first and only coffee farm. But it's so much more. See firsthand the work being done to partner with local farmers, promote sustainable practices and develop the next generation of coffee in Costa Rica and around the globe. Visitor Center Experiences: • 90-minute guided Coffee Tour • Visitor Center Cafe (reservations not required)
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  • Green Hills Butterfly Ranch
    Green Hills Butterfly Ranch is the premier Live Butterfly Exibit in Belize. Green Hills literally has thousands of live butterflies on display in a 4,000 square feet walk-in flight area. See the full metamorphosis from egg to adult butterfly. The photo opportunities are unlimited. The tour of the butterfly flight area and the Caterpillar Center takes about an hour. The facilities are surrounded by a botanical garden with more than 150 plants, shrubs and trees. There is a hummingbird viewing and photographic area where the average visitor can easily see a multitude of species. During the visit you are welcome to take advantage of the covered picnic area and clean restrooms. WiFi is freely available. Green Hills is worth a stop on your way to or from other popular destinations such as the Mountain Pine Ridge, Barton Creek, Caracol or the nearby villages of San Antonio and El Progresso. We open at 9am and close at 4 pm every day of the year.
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  • Nature Observatorio
    Nature Observatorio is a beautiful treehouse suspended 25 meters up on a tree in the middle of the jungle in the Gandoca Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge at the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. Enjoy wonderful nature hike through primary forest, exercise yourself climbing up the tree with ropes, and sleep up on the tree in the middle on the jungle. This is not just your ordinary accommodation. We are offering the ultimate 3-in-1 Costa Rica Tour Adventure: 1. Hike through real prime rainforest. Watch wildlife in its real natural habitat and listen to the sounds and whispers of the nature. 2. Climb 25 meters (8 stories) high up the tree. Use our safe climbing technique to hoist yourselves up to Nature Observatorio. 3. Spend a night up on the tree in the middle of the jungle. Enjoy one of the most memorable nights of your life and feel like Tarzan and Jane. To prepare yourselves for the adventure we suggest to read Frequently Asked Questions on our website.
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