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Cartago (Costa Rica)

Cartago is a city in Costa Rica.

59km

9.8667-83.9167

La Fortuna

La Fortuna de San Carlos is a small town in the north of Costa Rica.

132km

10.471396-84.645374
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Quepos

district and town in Puntarenas, Costa Rica

6.8km

9.431917-84.16146

Tapantí National Park

Tapantí National Park, sometimes called Orosí National Park, is a National Park in the Pacific La Amistad Conservation Area of Costa Rica located on the edge of the Talamanca Range, near Cartago. It protects forests to the north of Chirripó National Park, and also contains part of the Orosí River. The area known as Macizo de la Muerte was added to the park on January 14, 2000.

57km

9.77055556-83.79972222

Tárcoles River

river in Costa Rica

71km

9.786315-84.641175

Turrialba

city in Costa Rica

76km

9.9-83.68333333

Poás Volcano National Park

The park is a popular destination for both foreign and Costa Rican tourists. Poás allows tourists to see into the crater of an active volcano. You can often smell sulfur from the crater while visiting the peak, and a couple of hiking trails to see Lake Botos, an acid water lake on a dormant crater.There are many guided tours offered to the volcano through private tour companies or you can catch a daily "tourist" bus provided by the TUASA bus company. The 10.0149079-84.21614711 TUASA bus to Poás will take you to the top of the volcano and then return you to Alajuela after several hours—leaves at 9AM, return 12:30PM or 2:30PM (ask!), US$3 return.Make sure the volcano is not closed due to activity. Probably, it is best to buy the ticket during the bus ride to the volcano (if possible) or at most a day before. The bus driver will know whether it is closed or not. Getting a refund, if the volcano is closed, seems not properly working.

90km

10.198-84.231

Osa Peninsula

115km

8.55-83.5

Limón Province

province of Costa Rica

124km

10.03-83.22

Monteverde and Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserves

protected area

126km

10.3-84.817

La Fortuna Waterfall, Costa Rica

Stone steps lead to the bottom. Take a swimsuit for the pool in the lovely stream below. The entrance is accessible by road, so a cab works fine too. Once you pay to go in, you are free to stay as long as you'd like. It's about a 10-min hike down to the waterfall and 20 min back up.

131km

10.44809722-84.66825556

Arenal Volcano

mountain

134km

10.46333333-84.70333333

Golfito

district of Costa Rica

135km

8.634316-83.161869

Tortuguero National Park

national park

145km

10.54111111-83.50222222

Lake Arenal

artificial lake in Costa Rica

148km

10.505167-84.872168

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Manuel Antonio National Park

Costa Rica
Manuel Antonio National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Manuel Antonio) is a national park in the Central Pacific region of Costa Rica in the municipality of Manuel Antonio, 7 km south of Quepos.

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