Costa Rican Traditions that Identify Us as a Nation

Costa Rica has a lot of traditions that are carried throughout our history, and that represents the culture of the "Ticos". The best way...

The Stone Spheres of Diquí: An Ancient Mistery Revealed?

The Stone Spheres of Costa Rica are a group of more than 5 hundred pyrospheres located mainly in the south of Costa Rica in...

How Do Ticos Celebrate Easter?

Of course, with traditions comes the celebration of different parties in Costa Rica. In general, during Holy Week, mothers use a sweet filling similar...

Exploring Pachamama: One of Costa Rica’s Largest Spiritual Eco-Communities

It’s clear from the moment you step foot inside Pachamama’s 500-acre jungle oasis, you are entering a unique, contemplative space, built with intent for...

The Colorful Typical Oxcart of Costa Rica and the “Boyeo”

  The traditional ox cart is the most famous type of craftsmanship in Costa Rica. Since the mid-nineteenth century, oxcarts were used to transport coffee...

Costa Rica: Cradle of Happiness

We are Pure Life! "Pure Life"; a phrase that is commonly heard in our country and is often used as a greeting instead of a...

The Academy that Registers How People Speak Spanish in Costa Rica

The Costa Rican Academy of Language is the notary of the variant of Spanish spoken in Costa Rica. And it is a notary in...

San Jose: A Piece of Heaven

This autonomous territory, that is, San José, is known as the capital of our country, and is also the head of the province that...

Hypersexuality in Children

Hypersexuality in children is a phenomenon characterized by an increasingly early sexualization in children, especially girls. Among its main causes, messages and images emitted...

The Traditional Childhood Games of the “Ticos·

  Traditional games have been handed down from generation to generation and become a fundamental tool for children to demonstrate their skills and abilities as...
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