National Geographic Traveler Highlights Tour of Costa Rica

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    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Costa Rica is the current scene of one of the most recent reports from National Geographic Traveler, which makes virtual tours around the world.

    The first episode about Costa Rica aired on Tuesday and is part of the third season. The first was British Columbia and France was the second.

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    Traveler is led by Alonso Vera Cantu, Alonso known as “Pata de Perro” who is responsible for transporting viewers to the “One Way” segment.

    The first episode, which consists of six minutes, highlighted the options that nature lovers can find in Costa Rica. They also highlighted the capital city as a major step.

    The broadcast content starts in San Jose, where they show the Central Market and the eating habits of the Ticos.

    From the “ice cream sorbet” to home remedies, Traveler tries to show some corners of the country recognized for tourism.

    Other sites visited were the Poas Volcano and Arenal Volcano.

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