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Costa Rica’s progressive conservation laws are not the only things separating it from the rest of the pack.  It is ranked third in the world -first among the Americas- on the Environmental Performance Index, and the government has announced that it aims to be the first carbon-neutral nation by 2021.

This peaceable nation abolished its army in 1949, preferring to focus its finances on education and culture.  This budget redistribution has paid off: Costa Rica is consistently one of the top ranking Latin American countries on the Human Development Index, and boasts a 96% literacy rate.

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Costa Rica receives around 150-200 inches of rain in a single year, with so much water the country is rich in river activities for example pure action rafting or a slow paced float to enjoy wildlife.  

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One of the hottest eco-tourism destinations in the world, Costa Rica has the right to boast.  This small bi-coastal country in southern Central America has over 15 different types of ecosystems, ranging from mountainous cloud forests to pristine coastlines.

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