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Rincón de la Vieja Volcano National Park, Costa Rica - Eric Rubens

Rincón de la vieja volcano national park Six pools with thermal waters heated naturally by the Rincón de la Vieja Volcano. The soothing mineral waters are crystal clear, all natural,fed by a river. Not to mention the freely available volcanic mud!

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Costa Rica Travel Cheat Sheet - so helpful!

Classic Costa Rica: the near-perfect cone of Arenal volcano is a sight to behold. Image by Arturo Sotillo / CC BY-SA 2.0

Top 10 Costa Rica stops for first-timers

Sea Turtles in Costa Rica the turtle preserve is our next door neighbor! Come volunteer.. Or just check out the hatchery! Or even watch a release! @VillasDeOros southern Pacific of #costaRica

Sea Turtles in Costa Rica the turtle preserve is our next door neighbor! Come volunteer. Or just check out the hatchery! Or even watch a release! southern Pacific of

Isla del Coco, Costa Rica, mezclándose con las tortugas de mar,

I swam alongside huge turtles in Australia, watched them eating grasses under the water - it was one of the most incredible experiences of my life! (Cocos Island, Costa Rica, Mingling with Sea Turtles)

13 Can’t-Miss Spots in Costa Rica

13 Can't-Miss Spots in Costa Rica

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…

5 Waterfalls You Can't Miss When Visiting Costa Rica

The world's only sloth sanctuary is located just outside Cahuita on the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica. Here they rescue and rehabilitate sloths as well as take of the ones who cannot be released.

A must for the next Costa Rica trip. The world's only sloth sanctuary is located just outside Cahuita on the Caribbean Coast of Costa Rica. Here they rescue and rehabilitate sloths as well as take of the ones who cannot be released.

Everything you need to know before your trip to Costa Rica.

You are planning a trip to the land of pura vida , and it will be life-changing. There will always be a before and after Costa Rica. My husband Andy, our dog Sophie, and I.

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