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Many of the tropical fruits that grow in Costa Rica change quickly and ripen just as the rainy season ends, but others, like the fruits below, ripen later in the summer. These mid-summer seasonal fruits include sandía, caimito, papaya, and guayaba.
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Costa Rica has become an international wellbeing destination, with visitors from around the world drawn to the country by its natural beauty and way of life that is healthier for both the body and the mind.
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