2. La Ruta de los Conquistadores (Costa Rica)
It is a shorter, but hardly less exciting route length of 270 km, passing through Costa Rica. From the Pacific to the Caribbean coast road goes along the paths through the jungle, coffee plantations, and even by an extinct volcano. Every year in November, here goes cycling race, which takes three days. But if you are not so hurry, you can spend on this way any number of times. You will enjoy the road that was the Spanish conqueror Juan de Kavalon chief conquistador his time.The route starts from the popular beach among surfers Jaco Beach and quickly goes up to an altitude of about 3000 m only on the first day of the trip. Skirting the capital, San Jose, the road passes by the extinct volcano Irazu and finally down to the mangroves and beaches of white sand. The traditional end of the route is considered to be swimming in the Caribbean Sea.