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Costa Rican cuisine arises from the confluence and contributions of 3 very different cultures: that of the Native American, Spanish and African peoples. Food used in the pre-Columbian era is combined with the Spanish Mediterranean influence and has been shaped by the contributions of the African peoples who settled on Costa Rican soil in past centuries.
The union of these 3 different worlds has given rise over time to delightfully unique gastronomy.
“The hotels met or exceeded expectations and the staff were very friendly and helpful. Our guides were very interesting and informative. My main interest was the wildlife and the included tours were excellent. I was pleasantly surprised by the small groups so we never felt like hapless tourists being herded around!”
“The trip was an excellent taste of Costa Rica, with the different locations. All the hotels were very good as were the meals provided. All the transfers were very prompt or early & very efficient, the minibuses were clean & smart as were the drivers.”
“The excursions that you chose were all fantastic and the guides/drivers were all brilliant. Everything ran on time and felt safe and understood. Thank you for a fantastic unforgettable holiday. ”
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