Présentation de l'éditeur
- Features chapters on outdoor adventures - Includes a ‘Family Friendly’ icon throughout the book and dedicated Travel with Children chapter - Tips and advice for fi rst-time visitors - Includes a guide to the country’s wildlife
Biographie de l'auteur
Nate Cavalieri traveled extensively in Latin America on a 2009 trip around the world, but quickly realized that Costa Rica required a lengthy return visit for his undivided attention. Nate lives in Oakland, California, where he writes about life's most colorful diversions: travel. music and professional cycling. His dozen titles for Lonely Planet include guides to the Caribbean, Mexico. Northern California and Colorado. For this edition he took up surfing, got really into the mythology of the Quetzal and nearly destroyed an economy-class rental car. Adam Skolnick writes about travel, culture, health, sports and the environment for Lonely Planet, Mens Health, Outside and Travel + Leisure among others. He has authored and co-authored 16 previous Lonely Planet books, and has travelled and reported throughout Central America. On her first trip to Costa Rica in 1996, . Wendy Yanagihara wandered out to Zarcero to check out the loopy topiaries of the public plaza, and met Evangelisto Blanco himself (the man behind the landscaping). Fifteen years later. she was pleased to discover that both Zarcero and Senor Blanco have changed only slightly. She has covered the Nicoya Peninsula and northern zone before for Lonely Planet. but on this trip she disccvered the surprising delights of San José and a taste for Caribbean rondôn. When not on the road for Lonely Planet. she lives in southern California.