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Anyplace that is totally poverty stricken or sickenly wealthy.
Accidentally participating in an animal sacrifice. Seeing humans being treated like trash by their cultures.
Open your mind and learn something.
Wherever my family and friends are.
New Zealand (home sweet home) Australia, China, Costa Rica, Panama, United States, Peru.
The easiest way to get around Dominical is to walk. It’s easy, affordable, environmentally-friendly, and only takes about 15 minutes ......Read More
Don’t assume problems never happen in small quiet towns full of friendly people. Lock your car, don’t leave valuables lying ......Read More
Use your legs. The place isn’t huge so you can generally trot around from place to place on foot. The ......Read More
In true surfer style, Dominical is laid-back, relaxed, and all about the beach. The Pacific waves keep the faith year-round by ......Read More
La Mansion Inn is located in Manuel Antonio, just off the main road that heads down to the beach and ......Read More
The Tucan Hotel is a budget establishment aimed at travelers, backpackers, students and tour groups. Long-term accommodation deals are available ......Read More
The Sundancer offers security and privacy at reasonable rates. The hotel is located down a short, paved driveway, just off ......Read More
This Italian Restaurant, which stocks 90 different wines from all around the world, is decorated with dark wood, warm colors ......Read More
Maracatu specializes in natural tropical food with the owners taking steps to ensure their ingredients are locally produced, organic, and ......Read More
With its red, green and yellow color scheme, Wachacha exudes a definite Caribbean atmosphere. If there is any further doubt ......Read More
Most shops here are focused on surfing. The South Wave Surf Shop rents boards for $10-$15 for 24-hours and also ......Read More
Both sea kayaking and mangrove kayaking tours offer unique experiences for both beginners and experts. Mangrove tours take you at ......Read More
Spanning beaches, rivers, mangroves, wetlands, pastures, tree plantations, primary, secondary, and selectively logged forests, the refuge is literally crawling with ......Read More
Southern Expeditions run a variety of tours outside of Dominical for people wishing to see more of natural Costa Rica. ......Read More
A versatile and professional company able to provide tours in Spanish, English, French, German, Swiss, or Italian. Not only do ......Read More
Exclusively offering scenic mountain biking adventures and spinning classes for learners and pros, this bike store stands out amid the ......Read More
You can rent bikes and boogie boards for $10 per day from the Jungle House (2787-5005). For surfboard rentals try ......Read More
Las Olas provides a 3-hour laundry and house cleaning service. Hours are from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Contact 8881-3594. ......Read More
There are no medical facilities in Playa Matapalo, however, if you go to the town you will find some located ......Read More
If you keep going up the main road along the beach you’ll come into the refuge. Established in 1996, the ......Read More
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