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Costa Rica - Active travellers can surf, hike, snorkel and spot wildlife for starters. The incredibly varied topography means you can cruise the cloud forest one day, visit an active volcano the next, and finish relaxing on a hot sandy beach. Adrenaline junkies have a myriad ways to make mothers worry – among them zipping through canopy lines hundreds of meters long and riding the rough surf of the Pacific. Choice and variety name the game.

waterfall, La Fortuna, Costa Rica La Fortuna Waterfall is located in central Costa Rica, in the Alajuela Province. In Spanish, it is known as Catarata Fortuna.

This place is great:) Highly recommend✯ Steaming hot spring in the rainforest of Costa Rica

Costa Rica. I've already been and it was an incredible experience. I cannot wait to go back. The people are so friendly and nice and completely understanding of my broken Spanish. It's beautiful in its naturalness.

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Footbridge at Parque Nacional Volcán Tenorio is a National Park in the northern part of Costa Rica

Rio Celeste Waterfall with the blue waters, Costa Rica (reminds me of the jungle in Chiapas, Mexico)