Traveling to Costa Rica
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Discover the real meaning of "pura vida" in Costa Rica, a diverse slice of Central American paradise. Picture verdant pastures and a lush rain forest alongside Costa Rica's largest, most breathtaking lake. A mighty volcano that still smolders and spurts. A sunny peninsula that beckons with soft sand beaches and gentle surf. And a country inhabited by some of the friendliest people on Earth. On knobby-tired bikes, we pedal over rugged terrain through several ecological zones, stopping for a break in a remote village or on an inviting beach. Come evenings, we settle in at a lake front villa and oceanside retreat where relaxation is easy.

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Arenal is the Costa Rica’s largest lake. It was man-made in 1973 to provide hydroelectric power.

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