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Get to know your guides: Gerardo Lara, Costa Rica

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Gerardo is one of the absolute best guides I would want for any traveler on their vacation in Costa Rica. I get the most inspiring reviews from people who have traveled with Gerardo, whether it is families, groups of friends, couples, etc. He is the most requested guide from repeat travelers.I have parties who have been guided by him on over 3+ tri...
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Get to know your guides: Ale Sanchez, Costa Rica

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Ale is a very natural guide, he lets the flow of his traveler's experience carry him and makes the best out of every opportunity that presents itself during a trip. No matter what, he always reaches his goal: leaving travelers 100% satisfied, with big smiles on their faces. When Ale is assigned to my travelers I know they will be in great hands…oh ...
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A Graduate's Gift: Family River Rafting in Costa Rica

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 Chris, Amy and their kids are experienced travelers who were referred to us by an alumni and were looking for a family adventure in Costa Rica. They wanted a completely different travel experience than they were used to; their son was graduating high school and they gifted him with a trip of his choice. He chose our Pacuare Cos...
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10 things you probably didn't know about Olive Ridley Turtles

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Turtles are one the oldest and most primitive groups of reptiles and have outlived many other species. One can only wonder if their unique shell is responsible for their longevity, did you know that their shell is made up of 60 different bones all connected together and developed from their ribs?!! Today I wanted to share a few other facts of a ver...
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Into the Jungle - Costa Rica's Caribbean Coast

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The Indigenous Bribri people of Costa Rica live deep in the Talamanca rainforest near the coastal Caribbean, where the campesinos (farmers) grow plantains and cacao among other produce. Their ancient culture is steeped in tradition and they speak their own language, Bribri, as well as Spanish. The "Undiscovered Caribbean Adventure" is one...
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