The Costa Rican government is aiming to develop a quiet stretch of its Caribbean coast into a tourism mecca with the biggest investment of its kind in the country’s history, InternationalLiving.com has revealed.
The province of Limon, a two-and a-half-hour drive east from the capital, San Jose, on the country’s Caribbean coast, is made up of virgin rainforests and white-sand beaches.
While the country’s northern Pacific coast has been popular with overseas visitors for decades, the Limon region has so far been undeveloped as a tourism destination. However, the Costa Rican government is introducing a raft of measures to help draw businesses and tourists to the area.
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