SOUTHERN COSTA RICA
The Talamancas, the highest mountains in the country, are here, along with beautiful mid- and southern-Pacific beaches; plantations of pineapple, African palm, and bananas; reforested pastures; virgin forest; rice fields; cattle ranches; and some lands that knew only indigenous peoples and a trickle of pioneers until the Inter-American Highway to Panama pushed back the frontier in the 1950s.
with the growing amount of interest many land opportunities are revealed and big projects are built up in the recent years. houses , farms and condominiums are find the top of the hill watching the southern Pacific Oscan.
Road travel into the region from San Jose is via three routes: along die Inter-American Highway through the highlands; the old Spanish road i Trough Orotina and the coast; or the Inter-American to Puntarenas, then south for Puerto Caldera and Orotina. Scheduled flights go to Quepos, Giolfito, and Puerto Jim6nez. Some of the largest and smallest national parks are here, along with biological reserves, wildlife refuges, and private nature reserves.
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