Adventure


BY THOMAS ENDERLI Summiting Cerro Chirripó – Costa Rica’s tallest peak – is a national rite of passage. The mountain beckons serious adventurers and rambling newbies alike, rewarding all with majestic vistas of verdant, foggy valleys and distant peaks illuminated by the sun’s slanting rays. This may be the tropics, but the crisp mountain air [&hellip

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Escrito por: María Pía Chaves Las Cataratas de Nauyaca se encuentran en Dominical, en el Pacífico Sur de Costa Rica. A solo 35 minutos del Aeropuerto de Quepos, por lo que podés tomar un vuelo desde San José y estar allá en menos de 20 minutos, listo para vivir esta aventura. Estas espectaculares cataratas son [&hellip

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Llegás Volando: Cataratas de Nauyaca




Nature Air will take you to any of these destinations with a short flight and a few minutes. Enjoy Costa Rica with us. Dreaming of a trip to Costa Rica, but not sure where to start? With volcanoes to hike, legendary surf, miles of beaches, and endless wildlife spotting, Costa Rica rewards repeat visits. But [&hellip

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Top 10 Costa Rica stops for first-timers


Take a 30 minutes flight to Limón with Nature Air and enjoy this Kayaking Aventure in Tortuguero. Highlights Glide through the canals of Tortuguero by kayak, search for wildlife in the dense green forest canopy, try your hand at stand-up paddleboarding. Tour description provided by G Adventures Glide straight into the core of the Costa [&hellip

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Costa Rica Kayaking Adventure


Standing on the shore and looking out onto vast Lago de Nicaragua, it’s not hard to imagine the surprise of the Spanish navigators who, in 1522, nearly certain they were heading towards the Pacific, found the lake’s expanse instead. They weren’t too far off – merely a few thousand years – as both it and [&hellip

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Lago de Nicaragua