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Caribbean to host Costa Rica national surfing competition

Surfing Salsa Brava wave in Puerto ViejoPuerto Viejo and the Caribbean Coast of

Best wedding and honeymoon destination: Costa Rica

Get married in Costa RicaNewlywed couples from Europe to North America are flocking to the tropical paradise of

Fiesta de los Diablitos celebrates Boruca indigenous history in Costa Rica

The end of the year in southern Costa Rica is time for one of the country’s biggest indigenous cultural events.

San Gerardo, Costa Rica is pure mountain paradise

Cloud forest in San Gerardo de DotaAs we drove up into the clouds, it began to look not like

Costa Rica joins in the Christmas Bird Count

For more than 100 years, every year at Christmastime, rather than searching for the perfect present, tens of thousands of active

Nosara, Costa Rica is an artsy, eclectic community

Nosara, Costa RicaNosara, Costa Rica, is a fascinating, eclectic bea

Osa Peninsula marine protected area sought in Costa Rica

Humpback Whale breaching in Golfo DulceThe southern Pacific Ocean off the

Santa Teresa businesses work together for Blue Flag.

I’ve been reading about ocean pollution, and the facts are really quite shocking. Apparently, it was once a common practice to “get rid of trash” by dumping it into the ocean, and there was even a positive catchphrase: “The solution to pollution is dilution.”


Partly because of paved roads that lead almost all the way there - plus a local air strip, with service from San ...


  Arenal Observtory Lodge, at the foot of Arenal Volcano   This place is incredibly close to the volcano and is...

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When birdwatchers die, they want to go to heaven in Costa Rica. Over 850 species of birds...

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