Friday, 25 September 2020

Paradise in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula

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Have you ever traveled somewhere you’ve never been, and the instant you set foot you knew in your heart that it was the perfect place for you? This is exactly what happened when Christina and Kevin Wagar stepped off their boat taxi and onto the shores of Costa Rica’s beautiful Osa Peninsula.

Near the end of their honeymoon in Costa Rica, they discovered a paradise in a remote nature lodge near Corcovado National Park. They experience close encounters with dolphins and whale sharks, snorkelled in the Pacific waters and got a true taste for Costa Rica’s divers wildlife.

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Read all about Discovering Paradise in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula on their website.

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