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  1. San José (Costa Rica)

  2. Heredia

    This guide covers the Heredia region of the Central Valley, including downtown Heredia and many of the towns around Heredia, particularly in the north mountains, like Barva, San Rafael, San Isidro, where there are many coffee plantations and fresh air year round.

  3. Cartago

    People near San José (Costa Rica)

  4. Alajuela

    Alajuela is in Costa Rica. It is a relatively small town thus there is not very much to see in the town itself, but Alajuela is an excellent spot for beginning and ending a trip.

  5. Grecia

  6. Turrialba
  7. Atenas
  8. Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí
  9. San Ramon (Costa Rica)

    San Ramon is a city in the Central Valley and also one of Costa Rica's agricultural centers. The Canton of San Ramon is the largest in the Province of Alajuela.

  10. Quesada

    thumb|400px|right|Corner of Calle 0 and Avenida 1 in the center of Quesada

  11. Quepos

    Quepos is a small town in Costa Rica near the Manuel Antonio National Park.

  12. Manuel Antonio National Park

    Manuel Antonio National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio) is a national park in the Central Pacific region of Costa Rica in the municipality of Manuel Antonio,

  13. Carara National Park

    Carara National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Carara) is a national park on the mid-Pacific coast of Costa Rica, north of the city of Jacó. Carara is Indian and means river of lizards.

  14. San Isidro de El General

    San Isidro de El General (sometimes referred to as Pérez Zeledón) is the capital and biggest city in the canton of Pérez Zeledon, Costa Rica.

  15. Parismina

    Barra del Parismina is village of 600 people located on the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica, at the mouth of the Reventazón/Parismina river. The village located is about half way between Tortuguero and Puerto Limon on the Tortuguero canals at the map coordinates 10 degrees 18 minutes 23 seconds North, 83 degrees, 21 minutes, 12 seconds West.

  16. Tortuguero

    Tortuguero is a village in the North East of the province Limón about 80 km north of the Caribbean city Limón in Costa Rica. It is the entrance of Tortuguero National Park which is one of the most popular parks of Costa Rica.

  17. Jacó
  18. Playa Hermosa (Garabito)

    Playa Hermosa de Jaco is a small surfing village just south of Jaco, in the Central Pacific region of Costa Rica. Known for consistent wave break throughout the year, it is one of Costa Rica's largest and most famous beaches.

  19. Dominical
  20. La Fortuna

    La Fortuna de San Carlos is a small town in the north of Costa Rica. It is mostly famous for the nearby Arenal Volcano (1,633 m).

  21. Puntarenas
  22. Puerto Limón
  23. San Juan Del Norte

    San Juan del Norte is a small town and municipality in Rio San Juan department of Nicaragua.

  24. Pochote

    Pochote is an isolated village in Costa Rica, that some consider a "ghost town". Located across the Gulfo de Nicoya on the tip of the Nicoya Peninsula, Pochote nonetheless offers unparalelled sightseeing and attractions.

  25. Tilarán
  26. Montezuma

    Montezuma is a town near the southern tip of the Nicoya Peninsula on the Central Pacific coast of Costa Rica.

  27. Mal País
  28. El Castillo
  29. Cahuita
  30. Santa Teresa (Costa Rica)

    Santa Teresa is a small, but fast growing town in Puntarenas Province, Costa Rica. It is located about 150 kilometres (93 mi) west of the capital city of San José.

  31. Tenorio Volcano National Park

    The Tenorio Volcano National Park is in the Guanacaste province of Costa Rica and home to the beautiful Rio Celeste.

  32. Los Chiles
  33. Puerto Viejo de Talamanca

    Puerto Viejo de Talamanca is a small coastal town in Caribbean Costa Rica in the province of Limón. It is popular with surfers and backpackers.

  34. Drake Bay
  35. San Carlos (Nicaragua)
  36. Nicoya City