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5 Must See Gems in Costa Rica

There are many special secrets that lie in the Costa Rican borders. From historic lairs to majestic hidden waterfalls, there is much to explore. These are 5 places that most tour guides don’t even know about, and will certainly fulfill your adventurous spirit.

Tree house Tarrazú – We start this list off with a destination that is by invitation only. There are many treehouses that you can choose from, but the Tarrazu is exclusive! Just like Tarzan, you can live amongst the wildlife. You will be living in style surrounded by lush gardens and striking views. These luxury treehouses are an experience you will never forget.

Piscina de los Pobres – Another destination that many tourists do not frequent, Piscina De Los Pobres is full of wonder and gorgeous sites. The site literally translates to ‘Pool of the Poor’. There are hot springs and plenty of trails to hike. Located roughly eight miles from La Fortuna, you will know you’re in the right agoradesign.it place when you see a yellow gate. Be prepared for a decent hike on your way.

Bajos del Toro – Located outside of Juan Castro Blanco National park, Bajos del Toro is in the Central Highland area. The Catarata del Toro is the most stunning and largest waterfall in Costa Rica with water reaching over 300 feet. Since the Poas Volcano borders this wonder, there are many majestic rock formations as well as tropical wildlife and plant life.

Sand Dollar Cove – This is a very remote beachfront rental property with lots to offer! The actual beach has no name and is at the North end of Playa San Miguel. It is the only house on the cove and it is a deluxe living quarter. One night will cost between $270 and $330 depending on the time of year you visit.

Tirimbina Rainforest Reserve – This reserve is a treasure and a perfect place to experience the rainforest safely and on a budget. You can really engage with nature; from night walks and birdwatching, to chocolate and self-guided walks with hanging bridges, there are vast options to choose from. There is also a resort that is in the heart of the rainforest and offers a breathtaking view.

Now you’re all set! This Central American country ranges from the Pacific Ocean to the Caribbean Sea and has much rich history. With these 5 lavish destinations, you can not go wrong on an enjoyable experience.

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