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by Scott Setterberg May 30, 2017

Best Waterfalls In Costa Rica Now Booking

Join ColorTexturePhotoTours January 15-26, 2018, on the all-inclusive Best Waterfalls In Costa Rica Photo Tour.  This outstanding photo tour features exceptional locations, five incredible national parks, 14 spectacular waterfalls, fantastic hotels, great meals, private transportation, licensed English-speaking tour guides, professional photography tips, and assistance in creating better images.  Space is limited and spots fill up fast, so be one of the few, and sign up at the link below today!

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