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Yoga in Costa Rica

Yoga in Costa Rica A new trend into vacationing nowadays is the consideration of the travelers’ health and well-being. More and more people are getting health-conscious and alternating their lifestyle such as daily work habits and daily diet. Extending these positive changes in lifestyle, more people have also changed the way of their vacationing. Health-conscious people have slowly started changing their vacations from shopping sprees and lounging around the beach to a healthier option such as spas and fitness retreats. Tourism-driven countries such as Costa Rica have noticed this trend and offer this new alternative to its visitors. Vacations at Costa Rica are known for giving their tourist their much-needed relaxation and rest. Aside from the water sports...

Yoga in Costa Rica
posted on: Jun 19, 2011 | author: bluepen

Scuba Diving in Costa Rica’s Warm Waters...

Scuba Diving in Costa Rica’s Warm Waters Costa Rica Scuba Diving is a popular recreation activity in the land of the “Rich Coast”. Costa Rica is known for its tropical jungles, picturesque beaches and rich biodiversity. The country is also known for their different dive sites. A wide range of marine life can be explored and experienced in each different dive site. Costa Rica has the Cocos Islands, The Bat and Catalina Islands and Bajo del Diablo, all offering to experience the wonders of the naval worlds. The Cocos Islands is already well-known and is actually considered as one of the top ten best dive sites in the world. It is an unpopulated island off the coast of...

Scuba Diving in Costa Rica’s Warm Waters
posted on: Jun 19, 2011 | author: bluepen

Wild Animals in Costa Rica Jungles

Wild Animals in Costa Rica Jungles Costa Rica is rich in natural resources in the forms of seascapes, landscapes and wildlife. Aside from the country’s rich geographical qualities such as tropical jungles and glorious beaches, Costa Rica is also blessed with a great biodiversity. The blessed isle of Costa Rica is home to the Harpy Eagle. Considered as one of the largest and most powerful birds known, the Harpy Eagle was named after Hades’ wind spirits for its strength and agility. The Harpy Eagles are carnivores and are known to snatch up a monkey, a sloth or a porcupine from treetops for sustenance. They have black feathers but their undersides are covered in white. A typical female Harpy...

Wild Animals in Costa Rica Jungles
posted on: Jun 19, 2011 | author: bluepen

Costa Rica is the Land of Many Beautiful Beaches...

Who doesn’t like going out to smell the fresh open air of the sea? It’s safe to say that a pristine beach is nearly universally loved, and beaches are the ultimate vacation getaway for most. Vacationers can do lots of activities such as swimming, snorkeling, surfing and scuba diving. Volleyball, Tug-of-war and other games can be played by kids and adults alike. Everybody loves the beach. And everybody loves great beaches. Vacationers are always looking for the best beaches in the world. People travel to different countries in search for that perfect beach—such as Costa Rica. Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea, Costa Rica is blessed with rich biodiversity and gorgeous beaches. The country has numerous...

Costa Rica is the Land of Many Beautiful Beaches
posted on: Jun 19, 2011 | author: bluepen

Surfing in Costa Rica

Surfing in Costa Rica After a few decades since Hawaiians brought surfing to the world, this extreme water sport has become a worldwide phenomenon, and Costa Rica is as dedicated to the sport as any other nation. Many surfers travel to Costa Rica to experience and catch its famous waves, or to search out little-known spots hidden among the many remote coves. Nowadays, professional surfers and enthusiasts have flocked to Costa Rica, whose name means “rich coast.” The country is located in Central America with Nicaragua in the north and Panama in the south. What makes Costa Rica a surfer’s haven? Two large bodies of water surround it to the east and west—the Carribean Sea and Pacific Ocean,...

Surfing in Costa Rica
posted on: Jun 19, 2011 | author: bluepen