Caldera, Costa Rica has been a working port since 1577, and now over four centuries later, it’s the gateway to an abundance of riches. It serves as the primary access point from the Pacific Coast to Costa Rica’s historic capital, San Jose, while some of the country’s best national parks are located just a short distance away. Just 20 miles south of Caldera are two forest reserves—the Biological Reserve of Carara, and a preserve that encompasses the islands of Guayabo, Negritos and Los Pajaros—and both are known for their large and diverse populations of forest and aquatic birds. Caldera’s rainforest, which begins just inside the coastline and continues up into the mountain ranges, features rivers, waterfalls, rivers and parks.
Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Santa Monica, Malibu, Venice Beach: Los Angeles is so renowned, so iconic, that even its communities are world-famous. One of the biggest and most ethnically diverse cities in the United States, Los Angeles is home to more than 17 million people, 80 neighborhoods, and everything you could possibly want to do or see, including some of the best restaurants, bars, shopping and sporting events in the country. With more museums and theaters than any other city in the nation, the cultural attractions are legendary. Must-sees are an outdoor concert at the Hollywood Bowl, the Los Angeles Country Museum of Art on Museum Row and the Getty Center in Brentwood—J. Paul Getty’s incredible $1.3 billion cultural center renowned for its architecture, works of art, gardens and stunning views overlooking the city.
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