Top Hotels in Quepos Manuel Antonio | Tico Travel

The Best 4 Hotels in Quepos & Manuel Antonio Costa Rica

Quepos and Manuel Antonio are two separate but completely interdependent central Pacific coast towns. Quepos is a fairly good sized town with about 7,000 permanent residents, a large hospital, banks, markets, stores, hotels, bars, restaurants and main bus terminal. Manuel Antonio to the south is much smaller and extends along both sides of the road that stretches 4 1/2 miles …

Hotels in Arenal Costa Rica | Tico Travel

Arenal Costa Rica – Where to Stay & What to Do

The active Arenal volcano is the main attraction in this part of Costa Rica. However it is also a very beautiful and scenic part of the country with primary forests, Costa Rica’s largest lake and several noteworthy tourist attractions. Volcán Arenal which rises 5,436 feet above sea level is the most active and no doubt the most studied of all …

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Monteverde Costa Rica | Tips on What To Do & Where To Stay

Monteverde In Spanish, Monteverde means “green mountain” and it is one of the most interesting and most popular tourist destinations in Costa Rica. Best know for the world famous Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve, there are a number of other reserves and activities in this area. For nature-lovers and birders Monteverde is a natural destination. Getting There There are no flights …

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The 7 Must Stay At San Jose Costa Rica Hotels & Lodges

  I am often asked what hotel or lodge would I recommend staying at in San Jose? Why am I asked this question to ofter? Because, if you are flying into and out of the San Jose Airport, chances are you are going to have to spend a night or 2 in the capital and there are plenty of options …

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Costa Rica Caribbean Coast Recommended Hotels

The Caribbean coast has a completely different look and feel as compared to the Pacific and so do the hotels. The road from Limon to Manzanillo is lined with gorgeous and uncrowded beaches and the area extends from the main port city of Limon and goes all the way south to the Panamanian border. Along the way you will pass …