5 WATERFALLS YOU CAN'T MISS WHEN VISITING COSTA RICA! Costa Rica has many things to offer; surfing, bird watching, pristine beaches, hiking, active volcanoes, natural hot springs, zip lining, canyoning…I mean the list goes on and on. And while I loved Costa Rica for all of those things, my favorite activity when abroad is chasing waterfalls. Just like the rest of the natural wonders you can find in Costa Rica, it doesn’t disappoint when it comes to waterfalls! By Tessa Torrente for…
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A Small Guide to Visiting Costa Rica - Updated, January, 2014
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