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Punta Uvita, Costa Ballena,     Photo by Andres Madrigal

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Cerro Chirripó (Costa Rica). 'The view from the rugged peak of Cerro Chirripó, Costa Rica’s highest summit – of wind-swept rocks and icy lakes – may not resemble the Costa Rica of the postcards, but the two-day hike above the clouds is one of the country’s most satisfying excursions.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/costa-rica/southern-costa-rica/parque-nacional-chirripo/sights/mountain/cerro-chirripo

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Playa Sámara (Costa Rica). 'Some expat residents call Playa Sámara ‘the black hole of happiness,’ which has something to do with that crescent of sand spanning two rocky headlands, the opportunity to learn to surf, stand-up paddle board, surf cast or fly above migrating whales in an ultra-light, and the plethora of nearby all-natural beaches and coves.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/costa-rica/peninsula-de-nicoya/playa-samara

Playa Sámara (Costa Rica). 'Some expat residents call Playa Sámara ‘the black hole of happiness,’ which has something to do with that crescent of sand spanning two rocky headlands, the opportunity to learn to surf, stand-up paddle board, surf cast or fly above migrating whales in an ultra-light, and the plethora of nearby all-natural beaches and coves.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/costa-rica/peninsula-de-nicoya/playa-samara

Playa Zancudo

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Punta Uvita, Costa Ballena,     Photo by Andres Madrigal

Punta Uvita, Costa Ballena, Photo by Andres Madrigal

Cerro Chirripó (Costa Rica). 'The view from the rugged peak of Cerro Chirripó, Costa Rica’s highest summit – of wind-swept rocks and icy lakes – may not resemble the Costa Rica of the postcards, but the two-day hike above the clouds is one of the country’s most satisfying excursions.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/costa-rica/southern-costa-rica/parque-nacional-chirripo/sights/mountain/cerro-chirripo

Cerro Chirripó (Costa Rica). 'The view from the rugged peak of Cerro Chirripó, Costa Rica’s highest summit – of wind-swept rocks and icy lakes – may not resemble the Costa Rica of the postcards, but the two-day hike above the clouds is one of the country’s most satisfying excursions.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/costa-rica/southern-costa-rica/parque-nacional-chirripo/sights/mountain/cerro-chirripo

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