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10 Best Places to Visit in Costa Rica Before You Die

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If you want to get a better hold of one of the smallest countries in Central America, we’ve got your back by giving you the best places to visit in Costa Rica before you die. Costa Rica lies between Panama and Nicaragua and it is also bordered by the Caribbean Sea and Pacific Ocean. Costa Rica is a temperate country with two climates. The rainy season that runs from May to November and the dry season is defined From December to late April. Although, most of the time weather changes very quick in the country like the skies are going to cry hard suddenly and the next thing you know, you wouldn’t need your coat again. Costa Rica is an interesting country to stay at.

As much as you will take pleasure in the picturesque view, the Ticos and Ticas are a very warm set of people. They are family-centered, well-educated and born with the blood of nature-lovers. This is the very reason why the crime rate is maintained at a low number in the country.

We know that you want to stroll across Costa Rica the second that you land your foot in the country. But hey, you need a starting point, don’t you? As we listed the 10 best places to visit in Mexico that are beautiful and safe the last time, we have another set of safety tips and tourist hacks that we’ll be glad to share with you! We listed 10 best places to visit in Costa Rica before you die!

10. San Jose

San Jose is the Capital of Costa Rica and the nation’s largest city. It has all the places you are looking for. From shopping districts to museums, from theater parks to plazas, San Jose has a zoo as well which is a home for a variety of exotic animals. If you’re up for a food exploration, head to San Jose for it has a selection of local dishes. You should not leave the city yet if you haven’t tasted the Gallo pinto.

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