Costa Rica among Best Vacation Destination
Also among the nine destinations with the best night views
Tourists that visit Costa Rica are invited to lose some sleep. The web site Msnbc.com, in the Travel Destinations section, recommends the marine turtle nesting on Costa Rican beaches as one of the nine unique night spectacles in the world; worth staying up for, at least for one night.
“Spending a night watching these endangered creatures and carefully preparing for the arrival of their young is a once in a lifetime experience,” highlights the source, which suggested going to the Corcovado National Park and Tortuguero National Park between October and March.
The list of best night spectacles, including natural attractions, as is the case with Costa Rica, are the cities that come alive at night time with respect to their architecture, engineering, nightlife, and others: Amsterdam, Paris, and Las Vegas
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In an online survey conducted earlier last month, the second most popular national park among visitors was the smallest national park in the country – Manuel Antonio National Park and Beaches. It was mostly praised for its fantastic beaches, amazing trails, wide variety of wildlife and plants, and coral reefs. This place is also known to have more monkeys than people. The survey revealed that the majority of Costa Rica vacations include a trip to this national park.
Meanwhile, despite the fact that Costa Rica is well known for its magnificent zip lines, whitewater rafting is continuously becoming one of its main attractions. Costa Rica has more locations for whitewater rafting than any other country in Central America.
The Tourism Department also said that every year, they see more and more tourists searching for the countries whitewater rafting sites.
The government is working hand in hand with private groups and travel agencies to promote the preservation of the tourist spots and the promotion of Costa Rica vacations in the country, as tourism is considered one of the major contributors in Costa Rica’s revenue.