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Old 06-16-2010, 10:10 PM
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Default Combination Arenal Volcano and Tamarindo Beach Vacation

Rain forests, volcanoes, and time at a warm beautiful beach are often what visit want to experience. To do this takes picking up and moving to at least two locations. The active volcano at Arenal is the most popular place for tourism in the country followed by the beach locations of Tamarindo Beach and Manuel Antonio. Here are interconnected web sites with info about each.

http://tamarindocosta-rica.com
http://arenal.ws
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