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Central Pacific of Costa Rica

If there is one place that conjures up memories, vacations, and smiles, it is the thriving coastal hotspot of the Central Pacific of Costa Rica.  For many years, it was the place for a sun-filled getaway thanks to its proximity to the capital city of San Jose, the diversity of activities the area offers, and the town`s vacation vibe. 

Nowadays, the area continues to be a popular destination for locals, temporary and permanent visits alike; that has metamorphosed from a stretch of sleepy, surf, seaside towns into a vibrant, international destination that continues to flourish and surprise. Over the years, the Central Pacific region has become a hub that boasts a trendy, carefree atmosphere with a variety of beach-inspired shops, wellness-focused centers, high-energy adventure, and diversity-rich dining.

The Central Pacific of Costa Rica is a stretch of coast that stretches from the Tarcoles River with its famous basking crocodiles to the Baru River by the surfing town of Dominical. The region is best well-known for its long, palm-tree lined beaches and aquatic activities including fishing, surfing, and boating. It also has a number of recognized tourist centers including Jaco, Quepos and Manuel Antonio that attract many beach, nature, and nightlife enthusiasts.

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