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Costa Rica Pacific Itinerary

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On our first wonderful trip to Costa Rica we flew into San Juan, visit the volcanoes, Monteverde and the zips, river/rain forest day, and spent 3 night in wonderful Nosara. Then we flew back to San Juan and home.

We are older but in good shape. Enjoy hikes, long walks on LONG beaches, snorkling, local color. We don't need to be entertained as in a formal resort: not big on nite life. Perfer a nice dinner and back to the beach for sunset. We are thinking Manuel Antonio and then go to Samara? 7 or 8 days most likely. San Juan, Manuel Antonio, Samara, San Juan? We picked Samara because of its reputation for beauty and great beach, enjoyed by the Tico, and we had enjoyed that area last time. Are we taking a sensbile approach?

Thanks,

Al
Boston

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