Cerro de la Muerte

Driving the wild Cerro de la Muerte road

Cerro de la Muerte is a high mountain pass at an elevation of 3.341m (10,961ft) above the sea level located in the province of San José in Costa Rica. It’s the highest point in the Costa Rican section of the Inter-American Highway, the Central American section of the Pan-American Highway.

Drake Bay bridge

The Drake Bay Bridge is not for the sissies

Located in the Osa Peninsula, Puntarenas Province, in Costa Rica, the bridge over the Progreso river is one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

Sixaola-Guabito International Bridge

Crossing the international Sixaola-Guabito International Bridge

Sixaola-Guabito International Bridge is a rickety old bridge with moving wooden planks located on the Costa Rica-Panama border. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

Quepos Bridge

The narrow Quepos Bridge in Costa Rica

Known as ‘The Bridge of Death’ and ‘Oh My God bridge’, this extremely narrow bridge is located on the road from Jaco to Quepos on Costa Rica’s central Pacific coast. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

Barranca River Bridge

Crossing the challenging Barranca River Bridge

Located in the province of Puntarenas in Costa Rica, the Barranca River Bridge is 75.06 m (246.27 ft) long over the Barranca river. It’s one of the most spectacular bridges in the world.

Pan-American Highway

Pan-American Highway, the longest road in the world

The Pan-American Highway is one of the biggest adventures in the world. It’s a network of roads covering almost 30,000 kilometres (19,000 mi) from North America to South America. It’s said to be the longest road on Earth.

Volcán Irazú

Travel to Irazú Volcano in Costa Rica

Volcán Irazú is an active volcano in Cartago province, Costa Rica, situated in the Cordillera Central at an elevation of 3.432m (11,260ft) above the sea level.

Carretera 606

Driving through the curvy Road 606

Carretera 606 is a winding road located in mountainous northwestern Costa Rica. The road is 53 km (32 miles) long.

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