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Typhoid is also seen in places where the water supply may be compromised. Umbrellas, rubber boots, and raincoats are a must everywhere you go.If you’re headed to the many jungle reserves in the area, be even more careful. Many jungle pathways can get very slippery even on clear days.The Atlantic zone receives trade winds and has high rainfall year-round.The Pacific zone has fertile volcanic and alluvial soils and distinct wet and dry seasons.
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Costa Rica, a country with no standing army, politically stable in Central America, boasts 5% of the world’s species in its cloud, rain, and dry forests along its 800 miles of coastline marked with two weather changes - dry season (Nov.
- Apr.) and wet season (May - Nov.) and temperatures averaging in the 70 degrees.
In 1502, Columbus stopped near present-day Limón, Costa Rica. [with] gold and mines." Subsequent chroniclers called the region "Costa Rica"—Rich Coast—although it turned out to be among the poorest of Spain's colonies.