Sights & Attractions in Central Pacific Coast

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Sights & Attractions Central Pacific Coast

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
 
Cabo Blanco Absolute Nature Preserve
Conquistadores named this area Cabo Blanco on account of its white...
Nature Preserves Cabo Blanco Absolute Nature Preserve
 
Carara National Park
One of the last remnants of an ecological transition zone between...
Nature Preserves Carara National Park
 
Cóbano
Paquera is the closest city to Tambor, but if you're headed to...
Towns Curú National Wildlife Refuge
 
Curú National Wildlife Refuge
Established by former farmer and logger-turned-conservationist...
Nature Preserves Curú National Wildlife Refuge
 
Fincas Naturales Wildlife Refuge
A former teak plantation has been reforested to allow native...
Nature Preserves Manuel Antonio
 
Isla Tortuga
This idyllic, unpopulated island has clear turquoise water, where...
Islands Isla Tortuga
 
Paquera
If you take the ferry from Puntarenas to the southern tip of...
Towns Puntarenas
 
Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio (Manuel Antonio National Park)
Costa Rica's smallest park packs in an impressive collection...
Nature Preserves Manuel Antonio
 
Playa Bejuco
The surf here is as big and consistent as at Playa Hermosa, but...
Beaches Playa Bejuco
 
Playa Espadilla
As the road approaches Manuel Antonio National Park, it skirts...
Beaches Manuel Antonio
 
Playa Hermosa
Despite its name, "Beautiful Beach" is hardly spectacular. The...
Beaches Playa Hermosa
 
Playa Herradura
If sportfishing and golf are your priorities, this is a good...
Beaches Playa Herradura
 
Playa Jacó
This long, palm-lined beach west of town is a pleasant enough...
Beaches Jacó
 
Playa La Pita
About a kilometer (½ mi) south after the entrance to Tárcoles...
Beaches Between Tárcoles and Playa Herradura
 
Rainmaker
This private nature reserve is spread over Fila Chota, a lower...
Nature Preserves Quepos
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