Though the hurricane was nowhere near Costa Rica, the bands of rain spinning off this tropical low pelted Costa Rica for nearly 5 days. There was a significant landslide in Barrio El Carmen in San Antonio de Escazu that buried victims with a death toll now of 23. Most victims were buried as they slept. The storm caused record damage to many roads and bridges in Costa Rica with the most extensive damage along the Pacific Coast in the southern region. Nicoya Peninsula was not spared and the Cerro De La Muerte inland route from San Isidro and Perez Zeledon and down the Palmar was badly damaged and remains closed.
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Tags: Dominical, Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica Flooding, San Antonio de Escazu, Terraba River, Parrita, Nicoya, Escazu, Flooding
The two towns most visited in the central Pacific region are Jaco and Manuel Antonio (actually it is Quepos but the nice part of Quepos is referred to as Manual Antonio, the name of the national park that sits there).
Tags: Manuel Antonio, Jaco, Playa Herradura, Marriott Los Suenos, Quepos, Costa Verde Hotel, Luna Tours