COSTA RICA Costa Rica occupies a privileged place in the heart of Central America, with 51 thousand square kilometers of extension and beaches bathed by the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. The variety of landscape and microclimates that can be enjoyed in one day, make this country a paradisiacal destination. The culture of Costa Rica is highly varied as it has indigenous, Spanish, Afro-Caribbean, and Asian cultural influences. Costa Rica is a mestizo, multiethnic and multicultural country. A pioneer in eco-tourism, Costa Rica has been distinguished for its environmental protection. The official language is Spanish, although more than 10 languages that coexist in the country can be counted, five of them are native to the indigenous communities and the rest come from the immigration of several countries and different ethnic groups that have contributed with their languages and dialects to the linguistic richness existing in the nation.
Main Sites of Interest:
Corcovado National Park and Drake Bay
Arenal Volcano National Park and La Fortuna
Tamarindo, Playa Langosta and Playa Grande
Manuel Antonio & Manuel Antonio National Park
Monteverde Cloud Forest Reserve
Tortuguero National Park 22
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