When it comes to North Americans, Costa Rica already tops the lists of many travelers. Its close proximity to Canada and the United States make it one of the most highly desired destinations by many. In 2014, Americans, Nicaraguans, and Canadians made up over 60% of Costa Rican visitors. The rest were represented by travelers from neighbouring Central American countries and just a few thousands from other parts of the world.
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The number of visitors to Costa Rica is growing year on year, but there are still so many that have never considered Costa Rica as a destination of their choice. Are you one of them?
Having recently visited Costa Rica I discovered the uniqueness, diversity, and beauty of this country for myself and am now on a mission to convince more travelers all over the world to follow my footsteps in exploring this incredible country. I’ve written about so many reasons to visit Costa Rica, but today I want to do a bit less talking and a LOT more showing. Here is my recap of Costa Rica in photos…
Costa Rican Sunsets
Costa Rican Beaches
Costa Rican Nature
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Costa Rican Animals
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Costa Rican Entertainment
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Costa Rican Food
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But my favourite part about Costa Rica is their Pura Vida outlook. The term Pura Vida is an expression of happiness and optimism, a belief that no matter what seemingly bad situation you might be in, there are many others out there who are even worse off. It’s an expression of hope, of better things to come, and of the laid back lifestyle that Costa Rica is known for.
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