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Costa Rica is one of the most naturally unique and abundant countries in Central America. 
 

Sun & Surf
Costa Rica takes up just a small small area in Central America, but it has coasts on both the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. Throughout its small territory, there is ample space for beach runs. On the South Caribbean coast, the beaches of Cahuita and Puerto Viejo feature eye-catching white and black sand and run adjacent to the lush greens of the forest. The Pacific side offers endless beaches such as those of Jacó and Hermosa that are perfect for snorkeling, diving or just sunbathing. The country is also home to several award-winning beach resorts.

Nature Lover's Paradise
This country is one of the world's leaders when it comes to biodiversity. It is home to 20 natural parks, 8 biological reserves and several protected areas that cover over 25 percent of the country's territory and attract visitors looking for the eco-tourism experience. Tortuguero National Park is well-known for the annual nesting of sea turtles as well as the natural canals that host manatees, otters and crocodiles. Drake Bay boasts whales and dolphins. Costa Rica is home to some of the most unique flora and fauna in the world, and over 11,000 plant species have been identified here.

Thrill Seeking
For those that enjoy adrenaline-pumping vacations, the country is abundant with opportunities. From zip lining through the jungle to sky tram tours or hiking across hanging bridges, there is more than enough adventure here. You can rent ATVs and cruise across the beach or explore the mountains and waterfalls.

River boat jungle tours allow you the chance to catch wildlife in their natural habitats while horseback riding offers a different method of transportation.

Currency

US dollars are widely accepted in Costa Rica, especially at upscale hotels and restaurants—some places even list their prices in US dollars to make it easier for international travelers. For smaller services (including local meals or public transportation), exchange someof your American dollars for local currency to be prepared to pay with colónes, the Costa Rican currency. 

Language

There are many languages spoken in Costa Rica. One of them is English. Americans generally have no problem with communication in Costa Rica.

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