COSTA RICA
CARIBBEAN COAST

CARIBBEAN COAST

Costa Ricans will all agree that the Caribbean side of the country has a culture all its own. Besides the dominant Spanish language, the dialect used by many is patois--a.k.a. Patuâ--Creole-flavored English that has a strong Caribbean twist. Reggae music is played all day, and all around, people's energy seems to be in sync with the rhythm of the peaceful waves gently kissing the golden shore.
While most travelers tend to visit the Pacific side of Costa Rica for its larger array of lodging options, the South Caribbean of Costa Rica attracts people who search for a laid-back atmosphere and crowd-free beaches. On the Caribbean Coast the rainforest canopy is free from tall buildings that spoil the view. From the shore all you see is a long stretch of sand bordered by evergreen jungle on one side and clear water on the other, all topped with a brilliant blue sky.
Le Caméléon is located adjacent Playa Cocles, a beautiful sandy beach just 3 km (about 2 miles) away from the delightful coastal town of Puerto Viejo.

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Costa Ricans will all agree that the Caribbean side of the country has a culture all its own. Besides the dominant Spanish language, the dialect used by many is patois--a.k.a. Patuâ--Creole-flavored English that has a strong Caribbean twist. Reggae music is played all day, and all around, people's energy seems to be in sync with the rhythm of the peaceful waves gently kissing the golden shore.
While most travelers tend to visit the Pacific side of Costa Rica for its larger array of lodging options, the South Caribbean of Costa Rica attracts people who search for a laid-back atmosphere and crowd-free beaches. On the Caribbean Coast the rainforest canopy is free from tall buildings that spoil the view. From the shore all you see is a long stretch of sand bordered by evergreen jungle on one side and clear water on the other, all topped with a brilliant blue sky.
Le Caméléon is located adjacent Playa Cocles, a beautiful sandy beach just 3 km (about 2 miles) away from the delightful coastal town of Puerto Viejo.

CARIBBEAN COAST

Costa Ricans will all agree that the Caribbean side of the country has a culture all its own. Besides the dominant Spanish language, the dialect used by many is patois--a.k.a. Patuâ--Creole-flavored English that has a strong Caribbean twist. Reggae music is played all day, and all around, people's energy seems to be in sync with the rhythm of the peaceful waves gently kissing the golden shore.
While most travelers tend to visit the Pacific side of Costa Rica for its larger array of lodging options, the South Caribbean of Costa Rica attracts people who search for a laid-back atmosphere and crowd-free beaches. On the Caribbean Coast the rainforest canopy is free from tall buildings that spoil the view. From the shore all you see is a long stretch of sand bordered by evergreen jungle on one side and clear water on the other, all topped with a brilliant blue sky.
Le Caméléon is located adjacent Playa Cocles, a beautiful sandy beach just 3 km (about 2 miles) away from the delightful coastal town of Puerto Viejo.

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Costa Ricans will all agree that the Caribbean side of the country has a culture all its own. Besides the dominant Spanish language, the dialect used by many is patois--a.k.a. Patuâ--Creole-flavored English that has a strong Caribbean twist. Reggae music is played all day, and all around, people's energy seems to be in sync with the rhythm of the peaceful waves gently kissing the golden shore.
While most travelers tend to visit the Pacific side of Costa Rica for its larger array of lodging options, the South Caribbean of Costa Rica attracts people who search for a laid-back atmosphere and crowd-free beaches. On the Caribbean Coast the rainforest canopy is free from tall buildings that spoil the view. From the shore all you see is a long stretch of sand bordered by evergreen jungle on one side and clear water on the other, all topped with a brilliant blue sky.
Le Caméléon is located adjacent Playa Cocles, a beautiful sandy beach just 3 km (about 2 miles) away from the delightful coastal town of Puerto Viejo.

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PUERTO
VIEJO

PUERTO
VIERJO