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Lonely Planet Costa Rica

Lonely Planet Costa Rica

by Matthew Firestone and Wendy Yanagihara
  Stroll through pristine cloud forests and peer into simmering volcanoes, catch the perfect turquoise wave and howl back at howler monkeys, gaze at the waters of the Caribbean and the Pacific from the top of Mt Chirripo - Costa Rica is an adventurer's dream. Packed with expert advice on making the most of your trip, our authoritative guide will help you discover your own paradise in the land of pura vida.
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Costa Rican Wildlife

Costa Rican Wildlife, An Introduction to Familiar Species

by James Kavanagh
Must-have reference guide for beginners and experts alike, providing an introduction to species that are familiar, widespread and/or unusual in Costa Rica.
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Nicoya, Costa Rica

Iglesia de San Blas, Nicoya

Iglesia de San Blas, Nicoya

Nicoya is a pretty town which once played a significant part in Costa Rica's colonial history. The town's most significant landmark is the Iglesia de San Blas, a church dating back to the 16th Century. The white-washed church has been beautifully restored in recent years. It contains a number of religious figures of great age and a fine wooden-beamed interior.

Iglesia de San Blas, Nicoya - Interior

Iglesia de San Blas, Nicoya

The town has a peaceful and shady park and a wide selection of reasonable places to eat and drink. Nicoya's main day of celebration is July 25 when it celebrates Guanacaste's annexation by Costa Rica.

Nicoya Park

Nicoya Park

Iglesia de San Blas, Nicoya - Figures

Iglesia de San Blas, Nicoya
Religious Figures

Nicoya Park - Provincial Arms Commemoration

Nicoya Park
Provincial Arms Commemoration

Iglesia de San Blas, Nicoya - Altar

Iglesia de San Blas, Nicoya
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