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The wild south pacific coast of Costa Rica

Enjoying the jungle and sea of the South Pacific coast of Costa Rica.

by charlotteblouet95About Me:Hello, I’m Charlotte a french girl of 27 years old. I traveled 6 months in America Latina after working in marketing and communication for 2 years. My next plan is to discover Asia. read more

North AmericaCosta Rica7 days / June 2022

Highs & Lows

An impressive nature and landscapes !

Prepare a good budget !

Itinerary Overview

Costa Rica is THE country if you want to be impress by a huge, dense and beautiful vegetations. But also if you wanna see so easily all kind of animals. The country doesn’t have a big cultural atmosphere. You won’t visit museum, historical cities or ancestral temples but you will be immersed in the earth of what a intense and strong natural area is. And a very humide nature ; the jungle. The is the main word of Costa Rica, preserved the territory as wild as possible. 

I traveled 1 month in Costa Rica, principally visiting the coats with this mixed of paradise beaches and jungle environment.

For this article I will bring you to the South Pacific coast, at Corcovado Park to visit the most wild and untouched jungle of Costa Rica and at Uvita, a small city where you can do on your own accessible things in the nature.

  • 3 Nights: Parque Nacional Corcovado
  • 4 Nights: Uvita

Q & A

  • What would you have changed?

    I would have stay the night in the Corcovado Park.

  • How was the food?

    Indomitos café & bar

  • What tips would you give a friend?

    To visit Costa Rica at the beginning of the rainy season. Less people, less hot and still you see the sun.

  • Packing tips?

    Stuff against the rain, 2 closed shoes because it’s easy to get one wait or muggy.

  • Transportation Tips?

    It’s very easy to travel in bus in Costa Rica and cheap.

  • Any surprises?

    All the activities are quite expensive in Costa Rica.

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