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Rosario de Naranjo Travel Tips

Enjoy a Taste of Home with Rosario de Naranjo Vacation Rentals

Traveling can become stressful at times, but our Alajuela villas can help ease that stress. Just because you're in a different country, doesn't mean you have to give up on all the comforts of home. Your rental will let you get away from hotel workers, other travelers and the stress of the day to find peace and serenity. If the culture shock gets a bit too much for you, then you can rest and recharge in the privacy of your vacation rental.

Your Rosario de Naranjo Travel Will Open Up the Natural Wonders of Costa Rica

Costa Rica holds immense beauty. The province of Alajuela to which Rosario de Naranjo belongs is no exception. One can visit the Poas Volcano National Park to the northeast. Poas remains an active volcano and its acidic lake constantly gives off steam and geysers. Any adventurer interested can arrive upon its summit with just a short hike. One can also explore the tropical rain forests found in Juan Castro Blanco National Park, which includes not only a wide variety of tropical birds, but also a host of wild orchids. Once you've worked up an appetite, why not visit the farmers market in San Ramon, buy some fresh produce and cook it up in one of our Alajuela villas.

Our Alajuela Villas Provide a Base for a Diverse Range of Activities

Costa Rica will provide you a new adventure every day. One can visit a coffee plantation, raft down river rapids, or visit Museo de San Ramon, which includes a recreated traditional farm worker's home. If you want to make the drive, you can even catch a football (soccer) game of the successful Liga Deportiva Alajuelense at the Estadio Alejandro Morera Soto.

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