As well as tropical rainforests and beautiful beaches, Costa Rica features active volcanoes and windswept mountain-tops. Though a relatively small country, it boasts a variety of wildlife, especially exotic birds and rare animals such as jaguars and tapirs. This guide offers travellers the full range of options available in Costa Rica - from secluded beaches to resorts, from camping to staying in luxury hotels. The first edition of this guide was the 1992 Gold Medal Winner of the SATW Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Awards.
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Many Costa Rica guides provide hotel, restaurant, and arrival information, but Lonely Planet's stands out from the pack. Written by Rob Rachowiecki, an award-winning travel writer and naturalist, this guide delves into Costa Rica's flora, fauna, and nature reserves like no other. Rachowiecki's Costa Rica includes a 36-page color wildlife guide, contacts, and details on outdoor activities from kayaking to scuba diving, and bird watching to surfing. There are 54 maps of cities, towns, regions, and parks, plus a comprehensive e-mail and Web site directory, and scads of eating and accommodations options, from budget to upscale. With its rainforests, wildlife, volcanoes, and beaches, Costa Rica is among the most beautiful destinations, and Rachowiecki's guide prepares you to explore and enjoy.
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