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Here’s Why You Should Consider Honeymooning in Peninsula Papagayo, Costa Rica

Disneyland will call itself “the happiest place in the world,” but Costa Rica is in fact the happiest state in the world. Its unofficial motto is “pura vida,” meaning pure life. And also this jubilant spirit are located through the Central American country, from the secure rainforests into the rocky coastlines. Place on Costa Rica’s north Pacific coast, this majestic area continues to capture the hearts of travelers–and it’s simple to see why!

For starters, it is a nature-enthusiast’s fantasy. The landscape is just nothing short of dramatic, and thanks to some government mandate, saying that 70 percent of this property must stay undeveloped, the pristine scenery will probably remain like that. The 15-mile shore is home to 31 independent beaches with golden sand and turquoise waters. You will also find lush foliage-covered hills and mountains that are awe-inspiring. By bird-watching, horseback riding and trekking to swimming pool and whitewater rafting, it is the ideal place to get in contact with nature. Golf-lovers may make the most of this Arnold Palmer-designed, 18-hole golf course in Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo. For adrenaline junkies seeking to have a stroll on the other hand, why not tour Arenal Volcano (among those 10 most active volcanoes on earth) or zip-line above a bed of crocodiles? Because that is something.

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With spectacle this sensational you will need to be certain that you’re right in the thick of it constantly–which includes your lodging. The award-winning Four Seasons Resort Costa Rica at Peninsula Papagayo, the sole Forbes five-star house in Central and South America and winner of all 2017 Brides Honeymoon Awards: The Top 10 Resorts in Central and South America, will reopen in December 2017, after a gigantic $35 million transformation. This eco-luxury retreat marries the simplicity of Costa Rican alive with all the modern sophistication and leading service you have come to expect from the Four Seasons, producing a memorable guest experience. The neighboring Andaz Peninsula Papagayo Resort contrasts the region’s vibrant spirit and environment respite of comfort and elegant style. Besides the immaculately decorated suites and rooms, there is also two outside infinity pools, a rejuvenating spa and 3 restaurants that function up local cuisine.

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