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WILD ADVENTURE BECK­ONS IN THE RUGGED RAIN­FORESTS OF CEN­TRAL AMER­ICA. WITH BREATH­TAK­INGLY BEAU­TI­FUL SCENERY, UNIQUE WILDLIFE AND COASTLINES STRETCH­ING FROM THE CARIBBEAN TO THE PA­CIFIC, LET COSTA RICA MAKE ITS MARK ON YOUR HEART.

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Costa Rica is lo­cated in Cen­tral Amer­ica and bor­dered by Nicaragua, Panama and Ecuador. With a pop­u­la­tion of 4.5 mil­lion, many of whom live in the cap­i­tal and largest city, San José, Costa Rica has a rapidly de­vel­op­ing econ­omy and is known for its pro­gres­sive en­vi­ron­men­tal poli­cies and focus on eco­tourism. Costa Rica is, af­ter all, a trop­i­cal des­ti­na­tion known for its beaches, vol­ca­noes and im­mense bio­di­ver­sity, with roughly a quar­ter of the coun­try made up of pro­tected jun­gle. Jour­neys In­ter­na­tional, an award­win­ning travel spe­cial­ist, op­er­ates a travel pro­gram to Costa Rica that is catered just for teens. A dy­namic jour­ney packed with un­for­get­table once-in-a-life­time ex­pe­ri­ences, the eight-day Costa Rica Adventure with Teens lets you ex­plore ac­tive vol­ca­noes, im­merse your­self in the colour­ful rainforest, shoot across zip-lines, raft in jun­gle rivers, jour­ney to beau­ti­ful beaches and out on the ocean. Dur­ing your trip, you’ll learn about the coun­try’s dis­tinct agri­cul­ture and sus­tain­abil­ity pro­grams. You will even visit a school and en­joy lunch in the home of a lo­cal fam­ily. All this ac­tion packed adventure comes to a mem­o­rable end with to­tal re­lax­ation at a serene beach lo­ca­tion. Rated as an “Ac­tive” trip, the itin­er­ary is catered for young fam­i­lies and teens that are keen for an en­er­getic ex­plo­ration with op­tional hik­ing. With com­fort­able ac­com­mo­da­tion and ac­cess to ameni­ties, you’ll rest easy in unique jun­gle-lodges and lovely beach re­sorts. With meals, ac­com­mo­da­tion and trans­fers all in­cluded, you’re sure to have a peace­ful, safe, idyl­lic and in­spir­ing trip in Costa Rica.

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