Costa Rica Riding

About The Country Of Costa Rica

+ Situated between Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the south. To the East by the Caribbean Sea and to the west by the Pacific Ocean.
+ Measures 50,700 19,575 sq. miles
+ Population 2,720,000
+ Language is Spanish and religion Roman Catholic
+ Government Parliamentary Republic
+ Became independent from Spain 15 September 1821
+ Coffee was introduced to Costa Rica from Cuba in 1808 and this turned Costa Rica from an extremely poor country to a more successful and worldly one
+ The Province of Guanacasta covers approximately 20 % of the national territory and has 10 % of the country's inhabitants

About The Province Of Guanacaste

On the coast of the Nicoya peninsula, identification has been made of 174 species of sea and land birds in Guanacaste. Five species of mangroves: black, white, tea, red and buttonwood, are home to 57 of those species of birds. Raccoons, caymans, ctenosaurs, pacas, agouties, and howler and white faced capuchin monkeys are also found in the mangroves.

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Along the beach are leatherback turtles. Unlike other turtles, this species has no hard shell, but rather a black, leathery skin with ridges running lengthwise. It is the epitome of a nomad and loves to eat poisonous jellyfish. These turtles take over the beach during nesting season from November to April. They dig their nests one meter deep, lay their eggs, cover it with sand and return to the sea. After 60 to 90 days, the hatchlings emerge and make their way to the water. Only a few survive the crabs, sea birds and various mammals waiting to prey on them.

The sun shines between 11 and 12 hours a day during the dry season from December to April and the temperature averages about 27.7 degrees celcius. Normally the mornings are sunny and rain rolls in in the afternoons. The heaviest rains are in September through November.

 Revised Feb. 26, 2021