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Go Green in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is well known for having two seasons, the high (or 'dry') from December to April and the rainy or 'green' season between May and November. When is the best time to visit? The typical 'dry season' response ignores the fact that with such diverse ecosystems, Costa Rica can be a year-round d... Read more»

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Emily in undiscovered Costa Rica

In May I had the opportunity to visit Costa Rica for the first time.  The itinerary was exciting and really varied and gave me the chance to explore the less visited Caribbean coast. Whilst there I enjoyed discovering the growing town of Puerto Viejo, Cahuita National Park and the new Aguas Claras H... Read more»

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Family Costa Rica - David Rose - Mail on Sunday - 2017

Last Frontiers sent journalist David Rose and his family on a wonderful three week adventure around Costa Rica. A fantastic destination for visitors of all ages and interests, this verdant and largely forested country offers an abundance of outdoor activities throughout its numerous national parks a... Read more»

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Easter holidays 2017 - a collection of 18 day itineraries from Last Frontiers

For just 9 days leave you can head to Latin America for an epic 18 day Last Frontiers adventure, maximising on time out of the office and making the most of the rare opportunity to spend 18 days away over the Easter break. Departing Good Friday (14 April) you won’t need to be back at your desk until... Read more»

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Sue spots a quetzal in Costa Rica

As a lover of the outdoors, nature and wildlife, the opportunity to fly non-stop to Costa Rica (on the new non-stop British Airways flight) and spend 10 days seeking out some of the wonderful wildlife the country is famed for was just my thing. Bordering the Carara National Park on the central Pacif... Read more»

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Nicola finds paradise in Costa Rica

Hidden away in a remote and lush corner of Costa Rica lies the Osa Peninsula, ‘the most biologically intense place on earth,’ according to National Geographic. In a country famed for its wildlife, this region has, rather surprisingly, remained relatively quiet on the tourism front. It was for this r... Read more»

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Winter Newsletter December 2015

Welcome to our regular round-up of Latin America news and staff travel reports. In this issue: Office news Last Frontiers' Top Three Gardens Claire and Fran in north-east Brazil Ali in Uruguay Last Frontiers in the press Office News Since our last newsletter we have launched our new websi... Read more»

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Stephen Fry in Central America

Stephen Fry travels through Central America in ITV's new 4 part series. He journeys overland from northern Mexico down to the Colombian border in Panama, learning about the people, places wildlife and history of the Central American isthmus. In the first episode, Stephen begins his journey at the bo... Read more»

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