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We will have one day in Puerta Caldera arriving by boat

We arrive in the evening by boat, have the next day and one last night on board the small cruise ship before we leave for a 6 day stay in Costa Rica on our own and already planned

After we leave the ship on the last day, we will head onto Manuel Antonio and then Arenal for a few days

We leave very early on the last day to San Jose for our flight home

What interesting activity/site could we do/see on that day that we will have in Puerta Caldera

Thanks

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