Osa to Make Driving Less Bumpy for Tourists
Southern Costa Rica is set for smoother driving after the Osa municipal government announced it will spend ¢862 million (more than $1.6 million) on road work in the area.
Plans include paving the roads to develop the area as a prime destination for tourism.
Smoother roads are expected to bring tourists to such southern Costa Rican spots as Ojo de Agua de Barrio Canadá, Los Angeles de Piedras Blancas, San Josecito de Bahía Ballena, Palmar Norte and Tres Ríos de Ciudad Cortés.
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