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Top 10 Costa Rica Itineraries Paperback – January 21, 2015
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Jennifer Turnbull and Matthew Houde moved from the United States to Costa Rica in 2013 and have been traveling the country ever since. Always on the lookout for that hidden waterfall or beach, they have lived in eight different towns so far and have explored dozens more. Jennifer and Matthew are also the authors of Two Weeks in Costa Rica, a travelogue that was published in 2012. To learn more, visit their website twoweeksincostarica.com, where they share articles about traveling and living in Costa Rica.
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I didn't actually follow the book's itinerary exactly but I based in around a few of the places recommended in their "Best of Costa Rica" section and filled a few in on my own around the country. I was back and forth on getting a 4x4 but the book steered me in the direction of getting one. I was glad I did because it really opened up the possibility to do basically whatever I wanted (at least comfortably in the dry season).
If you are on the fence about going to CR, driving, what to do, etc, I would recommend getting a copy of this book to help you sort through it. It's easy to read and broken down the type of trip you are looking for (adventure, surf, best of..., etc) You might find that you don't need to get a 4x4 and can save $. Or you might find that you want one. The good thing about the itinerary book is that the travel between towns is broken down for you (public transportation vs. drive your own and also what kind of vehicle you'll need if you do).
Recommendations: Buy the book. Read the book. Go to Costa Rica!