If in a foreign country, what do we usually do? Of course we explore the native spots and sights that are considering “tourist sites” by most people. It is never a complete journey without having visited all the exotic places in the unfamiliar land you have decided to step on. To name a few, we usually explore the famous landmarks, restaurants, local stores, museums, parks, beaches, churches, malls, zoos, gardens, historical spots, and many more depending on the country’s culture and history.
While Costa Rica is a small state, there are infinite choices of spots locations to check out. For one, did you know that Costa Rica’s single amusement park can be found 2 km west of the Hospital Mexo, in the city of La Uruca? This park, Parque Nacional de Diversiones, which is 44.2 acres in area, provides the local residents more than eighty (80) various recreational games and attractions. Certainly, if you and your family decide to pay this place a visit, you can be sure that there will be an activity for everyone you bring along. Real Costa Rican oxcart are available for the smaller or younger children to ride on; they also have options to do any or all of the following: go back in time to Pueblo Antiguo; coast through a mock model of the Tortuguero Canals; or take pleasure in the water slides, enjoy the go-karts, ride in miniature antique car replicas, or electric trains. For the older crowd, both children and adults, you may be entertained by engaging in more exciting rides, such as the Spymaster, the Cyclone, and the Hurricane. Even their names sound thrilling already!
And, just so all of us know, while you are having fun here in the Parque Nacional de Diversiones, you are also doing something good to the society and to the world as a whole. All profit and earnings generated by this amusement park go to the state children’s hospital.