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Five hundred meters down the hill from the middle of town is this lovely little trout farm, operated by the Marin family...
About 2km north of San Gerardo above the ranger station the road forks; take the left fork and walk for about 1km on a paved road for these hot springs...
Pieter Westra runs this highly recommended company, and the Belgian expat is fluent in English, Spanish and many dialects of bird. His website provides an excellent introduction to bird-watching in Costa Rica...
A popular local fishing spot that is home to a well-stocked trout pond as well as hiking trails – good for a full day of fun.
Borrow equipment to fish in the river and ponds, then bring your catch back and have the staff fry it up for dinner.
Near Santa María de Dota, this is a local spot that is popular among Tico families.
This lodge provides equipment and guides for fly-fishing in Río Savegre, or you can fish in the picturesque pond and pay for what you catch.
A few kilometers before Uvita, opposite the turnoff to Oro Verde, is this 506-hectare national wildlife refuge (and former cattle ranch) with primary and secondary forests and mangroves lining the Río Morete...
A few kilometers before Uvita you’ll see a signed turnoff to the left on a rough dirt road (4WD only) that leads 3...
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