Osa and South Pacific

; Luciano Capelli

This guidebook showcases the prized jewel in Costa Rica's ecological crown-the South Pacific region, including the Osa Peninsula. Readers plunge into the jungles of Corcovado National Park, waters that conceal extraordinary marine life, and the remarkable history of a region at the forefront of conservation efforts. Les mer
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(Paperback)
Leveringstid: Sendes innen 21 dager
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Om boka

This guidebook showcases the prized jewel in Costa Rica's ecological crown-the South Pacific region, including the Osa Peninsula. Readers plunge into the jungles of Corcovado National Park, waters that conceal extraordinary marine life, and the remarkable history of a region at the forefront of conservation efforts.

Costa Rica is much more than a verdant paradise. It's a land of diverse landscapes and cultures. This collection of regional guides reveals unknown facets of Costa Rica and helps travelers understand what makes this country unique.

Includes a foldout map of key tourist destinations.

Fakta

Innholdsfortegnelse

1. GOLD OF MANY HUES
2. THE LAST FRONTIER
3. ROAD TO THE SOUTH

Om forfatteren

Diego Arguedas Ortiz is a climate change writer from Costa Rica. His work has been featured on the BBC and Univision and in MIT Technology Review.

Luciano Capelli has produced award-winning books about the culture and natural history of Costa Rica.