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anyone been lately?

heard that you could only get there now directly from an official port in Costa Rica...

I havent been to Cr in 10 years...things have changed Im assuming for cruisers


Im in el salvador and this is one of my destinations hopefully.

Ineterested in spots on the costa rican and panamanian borders too...

forget the name of the islands when you first enter panama but I thought they were awesome

los blancos or something like that?

anywhoo

cocos, whats new...?

thanks

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Uninhabited except for a few park rangers...

The only persons allowed to live on Cocos Island are Costa Rican Park Rangers, who have established two encampments, including one at English Bay. Tourists and ship crew members are allowed ashore only with permission of island rangers, and are not permitted to camp, stay overnight or collect any flora, fauna or minerals from the island. Occasional amateur radio Expeditions are allowed to visit

 

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yeah I know was wondering if anybody has been there lately...you can cruise there...last I heard was that you have to leave a costa rican port....

there are moorings you can use and are only allowed a few days...

question is still the same

thanks tho
 
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