7 Ways Indian Culture is Alive and Well in Costa Rica

The first annual India Fest was a raving success last week at the Wyndham Herradura Hotel, but where else is Indian culture visible in...

Traveling with kids in Costa Rica?

Here are ten things to do that could find you in your very own chapter of the jungle book.  Change your kid's name to...

“Pura Vida”: 100% Ticos

85% of Costa Ricans define themselves as very happy people. The population of the country -a little more than 5 million inhabitants- has a...

Love For Our Pets: The Best Trends

In Costa Rica, families once had mixed-breed dogs, known as zaguates, which they fed with household waste and gave little attention to their health....

How to Get an Address in Costa Rica

Costa Rica has a very peculiar way of indicating the addresses, since its streets do not have names or numbers and the houses do...

12 Reasons Why You Should Not Invite A Costa Rican To Your Home

According to the Spanish magazine Matador Network, there are 12 reasons why you shouldn’t invite a Costa Rican to your home.  The approach of...

Action for Rivers

 A National and International CelebrationMarch 14th was the International Day of Action for RiversCosta Rica is commemorating the International Day of Action for Rivers by...

Celebrate Oktoberfest Twice in the Central Valley

You don’t have to be from Munich to attend these delicious German events. The Oktoberfest tradition dates back to 1810 when German Prince Ludwig married...

4 Tico Desserts To Celebrate Saint Valentine’s Day

In Spanish, It is often said that love comes through the mouth, on Valentine's Day, when the day of friendship and lovers is commemorated...

Costa Rica’s First Indigenous Tour Agency – Meet the BriBri People

Not many people know much about the indigenous peoples who have lived in Costa Rica for hundreds of years.  But that is about to...
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