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In Central America, no other nation matches Costa Rica in visitors--and the resulting torrent of tourists is matched by the popularity of guidebooks to that nation. But the country has so many resort areas and natural wonders that the visitor is often overwhelmed by them. This 320-page Easy Guide, by contrast, reduces the options to a manageable few: Guanacaste and Nicoya, the Northern Zone of Arenal and Monteverde, the Central Pacific Coast (Manuel Antonio National Park), the Southern Zone (Corcovado), the Caribbean Coast (Tortuguero), and San Jose. One of America's most engaging travel writers, Eliot Greenspan, who has lived in Costa Rica for 22 years, is Frommer's author of this delightful travel guide.
Eliot Greenspan is a poet, journalist, musician, and travel writer who took his backpack the length of Mesoamerica before settling in Costa Rica in 1992. Since then, he has worked steadily as a travel writer, food critic, freelance journalist, translator, and personal travel consultant, while continuing his travels in the region. He has authored Frommer's Cuba, Frommer's Ecuador, Frommer's Guatemala, Costa Rica for Dummies and Costa Rica Day by Day. He resides in Costa Rica.