Natural Attractions of South Pacific Costa Rica
Costa Rica has been identified as one of the happiest countries in the world! And you can understand why. With its mild climate all year, beautiful beaches, lush jungle, beautiful views, mountains, waterfalls, abundant nature, and breathtaking natural attractions, combined with the friendliness of the people who live here.
Costa Ballena, Osa Peninsula in the South Pacific Coastal Region, has amazing attractions too: lush jungle, waterfalls, beaches, mountains, nature, and varied wildlife.
The costarican South Pacific Region has four National Parks: Marino Ballena National Park, Corcovado National Park, Piedras Blancas National Park, and La Amistad National Park.
Come and enjoy this paradisiacal place, and its natural attractions, live the adventure, surf, whale watching tour, birds, dolphins, and a lot of animals who live here.
Check out: South Pacific and Costa Ballena Beaches >>>
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Why is there no MLS in Costa Rica?
When searching for their perfect bit of real estate in Costa Rica, many potential buyers need to contact several realtors to get an accurate view of the available properties. Many companies have tried to create an official Costa Rica MLS (Multiple Listing Service).
UVITA COMMUNITY LIBRARY
Now is the perfect time to head to the Uvita Community Library and get a great book to read!
The Magic Moon and the Plants
The moon is a mirror that reflects the sunlight which causes variations in the behavior of the plants. Farmers know that lunar phases influence the movement of plant sap, germination and growth.
The images wouldn’t have won any awards, but they were good enough to identify the bird as a Green Ibis (Mesembrinibis cayennensis). The species wasn’t seen again until November 2022, ten years later.
Dare to Discover and Enjoy…
What to do, Where to eat and Where to stay…
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