Central Pacific info

The Central Pacific is one of the most easily accessible regions in Costa Rica. It is no wonder the region remains one of the country's most frequented destinations. Along Coastal Highway 34, the incredible landscape features Beaches, national Parks, nature Reserves, and exotic flora and fauna. World-renowned Manuel Antonio National Park is just one of the region's many points of natural interest. Additionally, ocean stretches along the Central Pacific provide the ultimate setting for water activities such as Surfing, sport fishing, and Scuba Diving.

Lined with stunning mountainous coastline, the Central Pacific generally maintains a more arid climate then on Costa Rica's Caribbean Coast. (Nevertheless, bring a rain jacket, as showers in the tropics are always a possibility.) The Central Pacific is also not as humid as the Caribbean Coast or the South Pacific. However, it is more humid than Costa Rica's Nicoya Peninsula to the northwest.


Bays in Central Pacific, Costa Rica

The largest mountains on earth are under the Oceans. Mangrove: A tropical coastal Wetland with thick growths of trees in a sheltered saltwater Swamp....

Welcome to Costa Rica's best kept secret, Playa Esterillos, the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. Here, there are no traffic jams or four laned highways. Just waves lapping up the shore in a peaceful, tranquil environment. As the locals say, "pura vida" - the pure life....

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