A group of people is making a journey through Costa Rica’s capital city, the capital of the country’s archipelago, in the hope of getting to the Caribbean island nation.
The group, which includes a local guide, are taking the 1,000-kilometer (620-mile) trek in hopes of catching the first glimpse of the Costa Rican sun.
They’re also hoping to get to see some of the sights of the island nation, which is popular among international tourists, and some of its traditional beauty spots.
The journey begins with a one-hour drive to the capital city of Managua, where they’ll pick up their vehicle, drive to a resort area, and meet up with the group.
They will then drive back to the resort area and make their way to the nearby resort, where the group can rest for the night before making the return trip.
The trip is expected to take around two weeks, with the final destination of the trip being the Pacific coast, the region known for its pristine coral reefs.
The trek was organized by Costa Rica Tourism and has received approval from Costa Rica President Daniel Ortega, who also plans to visit the country next month.