Cano Island Vacations
Why not spend some time exploring the area? Start with a trip to the the Cano Island Biological Reserve.
It's recommended not to limit your tour to the attractions of Cano Island because the whole region is dotted with an abundance of wonderful cities, attractions and landscapes. Isla Violin and Corcovado National Park are two other places you may wish to visit while you're in Costa Rica.
When the weather is begging you spend the day outdoors, why not take the opportunity to investigate Costa Rica's open-air markets?.
The Cano Island area offers loads of excellent ways to experience its unique landscapes. Thrill seekers can sign up for one of the many hiking and zip-lining tours available here. In this fast-paced world, the perfect holiday often means taking the time to relax. When it's time to unwind, take your lead from the locals and try wildlife watching or bird watching.
The food in this area has its own unique flavors, so do try the dishes in Costa Rica. Pork and also chicken are commonly used as part of dishes in this area. All-time favorite meals include casado and arroz con pollo (rice and chicken), but there are many other fine meal options to sample. Costa Rica dishes such as tres leches (custard flan) are also great to try. You may see locals drinking Bavaria; it's one of the favorite drinks in Costa Rica. What about trying a local strong drink? Ron Centenario is one such drink. To finish your experience, try a fresco de frutas (fruit shake). This is a frequently consumed non-alcoholic beverage in this region.
When the time comes to head back to your friends at home, you'll be bidding this special place a fond and teary Adiós (farewell).