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Corcovado National Park Travel Guide

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Costa Rica’s Hottest New Hotels and Lodges

On a journey down the Pacific coast of Costa Rica and into the rain forest, T+L uncovers amazing jungle lodges and oceanfront hotels.

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.

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.

5 Costa Rica Itineraries

Planning a trip to Costa Rica—where your choices are virtually endless—can be overwhelming. Here, five takes on Central America's jungle-and-beach paradise, whatever your interest.

2008 World’s Best Hotel Values

Where are the top hotel values around the globe?T+L has the answers.

10 Best Cruise Lines for "Noncruisers"

Small ships afford flexibility, access to hidden ports, and surprising levels of luxury.

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...

It's Not Easy Being Green

Ecotourism is one of the fastest-growing segments of the travel industry. Is that a good thing?Costa Rica is still looking for the answer

A Family in Panama

Already familiar with Central America's more trodden territories, the author and her family set off for an adventure in Panama. They found rain forests, wide-open...

Back to Nature in Costa Rica

Mother Nature is still in charge at three superb eco-resorts in rough and ready Costa Rica
HOTELS

Corcovado Lodge Tent Camp

Set in what National Geographic calls one of the most biologically intense places on earth, the Osa Peninsula of Costa Rica, Corcovado Adventures Tent Camp houses its guests in full-size tents on... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Corcovado National Park

Corcovado’s 127,000 acres of lush primary rainforest protect an extraordinary array of wildlife. Central America’s largest population of scarlet macaws makes its home here, among some 400... more ›


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