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Exploring Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula

On Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, howler monkeys rule the rain forest and locals still pan for gold. T+L explores the country's true nature.

Global Vision Awards 2011

The Global Vision Awards winners, selected by our panel of expert judges, offer journeys that enrich the destinations you travel through.

Best Hotels in Costa Rica

Book your next stay at one of these hotels—they’re the best in Costa Rica.

World's Scariest Bridges

From sky-high suspension bridges to dilapidated rope bridges, these crossings aren’t for the meek.

New Year's Resolution Trips

Looking to start 2011 on the right foot? Here, 12 trips to get you motivated.

Vacationist: Your ideal getaway to New Zealand, Florida, and Costa Rica

Pristine, remote location? Check. Top-notch dining? Check. Stellar service? Absolutely! If you’re looking for your next escape—and really, who isn’t?—Vacationist has upped the ante this...

Great Costa Rica Adventures

With its exotic wildlife, sun-soaked coasts, and dramatic mountains, this Central American playground offers trips for all types of explorers.

Costa Rica: The Ultimate Guide

With 4 percent of the earth's wildlife species, vast tropical rain forests, and live volcanoes, it's no wonder this former backpacker's haven in Central America...

Ask T+L: Twitter for Travelers, In-Flight Cell Phones, and Costa Rica’s Beaches

Q: How can I use Twitter to make traveling easier? —Steve Landman, Michigan City, Ind. A: “While you can search for what’s trending on Twitter,...

Costa RIca Treehouse Adventure | T+L Family

Costa Rica’s jungly Osa Peninsula is just the spot for an adventure-loving family. There’s rain forests, killer surfing, and ocean kayaking. But what would it...
HOTELS

Bahari Beach Bungalows

On an isolated six miles of dark-sand Pacific beach, this Costa Rican property attracts outdoorsy travelers who don't necessarily want to rough it. There are two bright rooms in the main building; at... more ›


RESTAURANTS

Mar Luna

About 100 meters north of the elementary school in Manuel Antonio, the wooden, blue seafood restaurant Mar Luna sits on a hilltop overlooking the treetops and sea coast. The view, especially at... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Sky Trek

The most dramatic zipline tour around, featuring 11 lines and the country’s tallest platform. more ›


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