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Friday, October 27, 2006

Having a Costa Rica Honeymoon in November?

November is the end of the rainy season in Costa Rica. You should be able to go anywhere in the country and experience good weather. Also, Dec-Mar is tourist (dry) season and when hotel rates go up.

Costa Rica is about adventure, nature, and although there are some wonderful beaches, they are not as calm or as blue as you will find in some Caribbean destinations.

Some of the excellent all inclusive resorts in Costa Rica include :

Four Seasons in Papagayo (northwest Pacific beaches)
http://www.fourseasons.com/costarica/index.html

Paradisus Playa Conchal (northwest Pacific beaches)
http://www.solmelia.com/sol/hoteles/jsp/CHome.jsp?idSolRes=5891

Si Como No (central Pacific beaches ...specifically Manuel Antonio)
http://www.sicomono.com/

There are many others obviously but these are examples of first class resorts in really nice areas.

I would suggest that you consider the activities you want to include in your trip to identify which part of the country you want to visit. There are active volcanoes, beautiful waterfalls with swimming holes, world class white water rafting, canopy tours (zip lines through the tree tops of the rain forests), hiking in cool weather due to elevation, hiking in heat (sea level), and plenty of opportunities to experience monkeys, butterflies, sloths, reptiles, birds of all types and so on.

Here is a page containing national parks on a map showing information about each and where they are located.

http://www.fun-costa-rica-vacations.com/costa-rica-national-parks.html

Have a fun vacation and honeymoon!

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