Salma Hayek Enjoying Costa Rica’s Beauties

She's been in the country since August 2

Famous actress Salma Hayek shared photos of her spending holidays in our country. As far as we can see, she’s having a good time visiting Costa Rican national parks.

She even shared a video of her doing the canopy rides. Pura Vida!

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People amazed at Costa Rican paradise

Once she shared her pictures on Instagram, her followers started to express their thoughts about what they were seeing in the video and photos. Some of them even recognized the Costa Rican accent (is it that strange?), and others felt impressed at the greeness of Costa Rican nature. No wonder Costa Rica has become one of the best resorts for showbiz people to spend their holidays. Salma Hayek has been in the country since August 2nd.

She asked her instructor to be silent while doing the canopy. As for her fans, they posted comments on her Instagram saying that Costa Rica seems like a very fun place for holidays.

She didn’t come to Costa Rica alone but with her family. In the video, she’s enjoying the canopy ride in Rincon de la Vieja.

She started the adventure when she stepped off the airplane last Tuesday at 1 pm. She came with her daughter and husband. The first place they visited was Cobarto in Puntarenas.

After that, they made a beeline for a restaurant called The Bakery which is in Mal Pais. She has been seen wearing a hat all the time.

Salma Hayek is already 50 years old and has participated in many movies like Desperado(1995), Wild West (1999) and Tale of Tales which was released in 2015.

Her husband’s name is Francois-Henri Pinault, the manager of Kering, a prestigious company that owns other brands like Yves Saint.

Yet, Costa Rica is preferred by other actors and popular entertainers. Santa Teresa, known as a surf town, is frequently visited by American and Mexican actors like Leonardo Di Caprio and Matt Damon.

Check out her video and see how fun it is to do the canopy in Costa Rica.

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