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Costa Rica For Dummies (Dummies Travel) by Eliot Greenspan

By Eliot Greenspan

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At many of the better hotels and local restaurants you’ll find chefs doing interesting and tasty things with the local fruits and vegetables and fresh seafood, meats, and poultry. You can also get good international cuisine at a host of Italian, Peruvian, Mexican, Pan-Asian, and other restaurants across the country. Getting the most out of eating in Costa Rica: Bocas and fresh fruit Appetizers, known as bocas, are served with drinks in most bars. Often the bocas are free, but even if they aren’t, they’re very inexpensive.

Finally, Chapter 4 lays out several potential itineraries that you can either follow to the letter, or use as a rough draft in designing your perfect trip to Costa Rica. Chapter 1 Discovering the Best of Costa Rica In This Chapter ᮣ Scoping out Costa Rica’s top accommodations ᮣ Finding the finest restaurants ᮣ Exploring the best beaches, adventures, and attractions F or such a small country, Costa Rica is a rich and varied destination. You can visit rain forests, cloud forests, and active volcanoes.

See Chapter 12. ߜ Playa Tamarindo: This lively surf town has a bit of something for everyone. This is a great spot for teens to learn how to surf or boogie-board, and there are a host of tours and activities to please the entire family. Hotel Capitán Suizo has an excellent location on 16 Part I: Introducing Costa Rica a calm section of beach, spacious rooms, and a great pool for kids and adults alike. See Chapters 13 and 14. ߜ Manuel Antonio: Manuel Antonio has a little bit of everything: miles of gorgeous beaches, tons of wildlife (with almost guaranteed monkey sightings), and plenty of active tour options.

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