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Pacific Coast of Costa Rica

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For endless secluded beaches of dark volcanic sand, stretching away against a backdrop of swaying palm trees and lush tropical jungle, the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica is hard to beat. There are abundant surfing and fishing possibilities. The sunsets here are among the most beautiful anywhere.

Written by  Mike Lyvers.

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