The bustling capital city of San José and the rumbling Poas volcano are two icons of this diverse and exciting landscape. Known as both the geographical and cultural heartland of Costa Rica, about 60% of the population live within the Central Highlands. With a colonial history stretching back to the first steps taken by the Spanish on the Americas, ancient ruins provide a window into what came before the New World. Slow-paced agricultural towns lie alongside bountiful national parks, with the more adventurous traveller having everything from zip lining to mountain climbing on offer.
My Choice, Naturally.
This is usually the busiest time of year to visit Costa Rica, however it also has the lowest chance of rainfall. With a temperate climate that seldom experiences extreme weather conditions, the average temperatures of the Central Highlands usually stay between 26-29°C all year.
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