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Corcovado National Park

While you stay in Corcovado National Park, you'll have effortless access to the incredible beaches and forests this region is known for.

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From Corcovado National Park, it's approximately 95 miles north to Cartago and 100 miles north to San Jose.

Two of the most loved local beaches are Playa Cacao and Corcovado Beach. The first is 25 miles to the east and the second is 4 miles to the southwest.

If you enjoy the great outdoors, visit some of the Corcovado National Park region's nature areas. Parque Nacional de Fauna Silvestre Golfito is located 30 miles from Corcovado National Park, while Piedras Blancas National Park lies 30 miles away.

Sirena, 4 miles to the east, is a close by locality. Drive there and go to La Tarde Wildlife Area and Corcovado National Park. If you're keen on experiencing even more of this part of the world, travel to Golfo Dulce and have a look at Parque Nacional Corcovado and Humedal Nacional Térraba-Sierpe. They sit just 8 miles from Corcovado National Park.

Platanillo, a regional hub, is another great place to visit. It's around 55 miles from Corcovado National Park and offers a variety of decent visitor attractions, including Hacienda Baru, Costa Rica Dive and Surf and Costa Rica Stand Up Paddle Boarding. If you're after more, head straight to Sunset Surf Dominical - Day Lessons and Centro Turístico Cataratas Nauyaca.

Take a deep breath and feel your worries drift away as you try out a couple of the region's more relaxing activities, such as sunbathing and bird watching.

If you want to explore the surrounding area, get involved in the region's guided nature walks and wildlife spotting tours.

Water adventures are a much-loved diversion here. Dive into some swimming or surfing because and you'll have an amazing experience.

To truly grasp the heart and soul of Central Pacific Coast, you're going to have to accustom yourself with its unique spices and flavors.

There's nothing like local ingredients. You'll soon discover that pork and chicken are go-to favorites here.

Your vacation wouldn't be complete if you don't order pargo (red snapper) and casado.

For a sweet encounter that will leave you wanting more, try tres leches (custard flan), a delectable dessert.

Pull up a stool at the nearest bar and take a breather with a few brews. If you ask for the local favorite, they'll probably recommend a Bavaria.

If you are not really a drinker, fresco de frutas (fruit shake) is a great alternative.

You can't leave without tasting Ron Centenario. This spirit is perfect for those that like a hard drink.

Learning some of the language is a simple way to bridge the cultural divide, so be sure to learn some useful Spanish phrases before you depart. Buenas noches translates to good evening. ¡Hola! is also worth learning. It translates to hello.

You'll have a great time at Independence Day, a national celebration that takes place on the 15th of September.

When the time comes to return home, say one last "Adiós" to the friends you've made and start making plans to visit again!

Once you're ready to get your flight, it's good to remember that the most convenient airport is roughly 100 miles north.


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