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Costa Rica una de sus bellezas naturales; El Volcan Poas Vista Los Sueños

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En Centroamérica hay cientos de volcanes. Pero muy pocos son tan accesibles como el volcán Poás, en Costa Rica. Por eso y por su cercanía a la capital se ha convertido en una de las atracciones imprescindibles en toda visita al país. No es fácil ver de cerca el cráter de un volcán de casi 3.000 metros de altitud; más aún si es un volcán activo. La mayoría de ellos o son inaccesibles por el peligro que entrañan o requieren una ascensión de varias horas no apta para espíritus sedentarios. De ahí la fama del volcán Poás: es el único –al menos de los que yo conozco- que se puede subir en coche prácticamente hasta la cima. Desde el parking al mirador del cráter principal no hay ni diez minutos andando; vamos, lo hace hasta mi abuela. Por eso es el volcán y el parque nacional más visitado de Costa…

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Why do I see those painted oxcarts everywhere? Vista Los Sueños Rainforest

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The Costa Ricans Costa Ricans (Ticos) are generally gentle, spirited, friendly, educated, polite, and kind people. Most seem to like visitors from other countries and treat them well. There are, of course, exceptions, but on the whole, you can expect to be made welcome wherever you go. Ticos are a mixing of races. Though most of the country’s 4 million inhabitants descend from Spanish immigrants, many families originated in other parts of Europe, Asia, Africa and Central America. A large number are fair-skinned, especially in the Central Valley.  In the outlying areas, more people are mestizos, a mixture of European and Indigenous blood.  On the Caribbean coast you find strong links to African lineage, and in Talamanca Mountain, you will find it inhabited by the pure-blooded Indians of various tribes. In Guanacaste Province, you will find Ticos dark skinned reflecting their Nicaraguan heritage. Ticos are extremely family oriented and love…

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Enjoy a Great Lifestyle in Costa Rica

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Enjoy a Great Lifestyle in Costa Rica Costa Rica is one of the most popular retirement havens in Central America. Expats have been flocking here for more than 30 years. And when you are living in Costa Rica you will enjoy the country’s long stretches of deserted and undeveloped beaches, on the Caribbean and Pacific Coasts…dense jungles teeming with exotic wildlife…towering volcanoes, lush green valleys, mountain villages, bustling market towns, quiet rural areas, and hundreds of crystal-clear lakes, rivers, streams, and waterfalls. All these things, and much more, make living in Costa Rica such a draw for retirees and other expats. Whether you choose to live in Costa Rica full- or part-time, you will relish the ideal climate, safety and security, neighborly atmosphere, welcoming attitude of the locals, low cost of living, low-cost and high-quality healthcare, stable democracy, bargain real estate—whether you rent or buy, and countless ways to have…

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Meet our team at Vista los Sueños Rainforest tours Costa Rica

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Meet our team At Vista los Sueños we have the best group of guides, not only for their ability and for the years they have dedicated to studying, but also because they are people who have adopted this style of life and love their work.Each time a group of guides receive our clients, they strive to give the best show of their life, because their service is not only based on security, it is about having fun and making this experience unique for our visitors. Jeanfred Agûero Jeanfred was born in Alajuela on November 26, 1986, grew up in Turrubares with his family and got his formal education in the same place, worked as a naturalist guide in Monteverde while studying Tourism at the Universidad tecnica Nacional, Jeanfred has more than 8 years of experience Working in the sector of the Central Pacific that has facilitated its knowledge in birds, activity…

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Instant fix for Summer Fever Vista los Sueños

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Instant fix for Summer Fever Vista los Sueños An afternoon of ziplining is an instant fix for Summer Fever. The adrenaline rush is sure to improve your mood and overcoming any anxiety or fear of heights as you take the leap from the platform to flying across the sky is extremely self gratifying. Vista los Sueños Rainforest tours offer zipline trips at two convenient locations, near San Jose and Manel Antonio Beach. Vista los Sueños  Zipline can even combine a half day of ziplining with a package to also include, horseback riding, atv´s or whitewater rafting.    

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For your adventure seeker Vista Los Sueños

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Wonderful Destinations in Costa Rica for Families Herradura Rainforest Tours So, you’re looking to try something a little different from last year’s Disney vacation? Your youngest wants to see monkeys. The oldest wants to zip line. Everyone’s interested in a rainforest. You’ve considered Costa Rica, but is it a good destination for families? Where should you go? And where would you stay? These are all common concerns for family travelers. Costa Rica is perfect for a variety of age ranges. And we don’t mean just kids. Anyone who enjoys nature, wildlife, and a little adventure is a great fit for Costa Rica. There are many tour operators that specialize in all-inclusive vacations in Costa Rica that can help you put together the right vacation for your family. Work with one of these travel planners and there’s no reason to worry about logistics when you should be enjoying family time. Destination…

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Walk in Costa Rica Vista Los Sueños

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Costa Rica is well named the ‘jewel of Central America’, with its tropical rainforest, active volcanoes, deserted beaches, colourful wildlife, perfect climate and friendly people; experience it all on a exciting wildlife and walking adventure. Walking on hills is literally built into most tours, lodges, and resorts in Costa Rica. Independent guides can usually hired at the entrance to the more popular wildlife watching areas and sometimes they are extremely good. If you don’t want to gamble on quality it’s advisable to book a guided nature walk in advance with a travel service or tour company where they generally require certification and training and also realize that if you have a bad experience it will probably be reflected in your reviews. If you really know your stuff you can usually pick out the guides that do too. Give them a little pop quiz on the habits of the Puma yagouaroundi…

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Esterillos Beach

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Esterillos Beach Esterillos is situated on the Central Pacific coast, about half way between Jaco and Manuel Antonio. It’s known for its miles of secluded beaches and the little beach village of Esterillos Oeste. Esterillos stretches along the coastline, and is divided into four beaches; Esterillos Oeste, Esterillos Centro, Esterillos Este and Playa Bejuco, each beach with its own access from the coastal highway. The name Esterillos comes from the Spanish words “esteros” and “rios” (estuaries and rivers), and each of the four beaches is separated from each other by river mouths emptying into the ocean. Esterillos Oeste is the most populated of the beaches, although it’s still extremely quite and laid back compared to other beach areas of Costa Rica. Practice surf in Esterillos As a surf destination, the beaches of Esterillos have much to offer. Oeste is known for its long-breaking rights and the inside barreling beach break….

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Have you ever felt like one adventure in a day just wasn’t enough? Vista los Sueños

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Have you ever felt like one adventure in a day just wasn’t enough? Vista los Sueños   Have you ever felt like one adventure in a day just wasn’t enough? I have! That’s one issue that Vista los Sueños does not have a problem with rectifying. April is a great time. Did you know that in Vista los Sueños Rain Forest tours  you can zipline, Horseback riding  in the same day? Spice up your ski trip by adding a zipline trip into the mix. Maybe you were looking into taking a vacay during Easter? If so, you should look into our Horseback riding, this is a 2 hour tour departing from or office where the zip line is located, you will shortly start to ascend into the Rainforest for a 45 minute ride, till you arrive at our private Waterfalls. Just think about it, this is the ultimate, double-adventure in one day. Even if…

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Some Fish Species in Costa Rica

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Some Fish Species in Costa Rica Here’s an overview of many great different Costa Rica fish species you can come across while going after deep water sea beasts, such as blue marlin, or fly fishing fresh water fish in Costa Rica’s rivers and lakes. Read everything about your favorites as we are sure these fish species in Costa Rica will not disappoint even the most experienced fisherman. Marlin The largest and most sought after game-fish. Those lucky enough to fight and land one of these monsters will have a fisherman’s tale worth listening to! Sailfish Sailfish in Costa Rica are so abundant that it is common to have double digit days and even get two hooked at the same time! Dorado This colorful and acrobatic fish is a favorite game fish all over the world! Tarpon Tarpon are found in shallow, warm tropical waters in the Atlantic ocean from the Caribbean to…

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