Caminos de Osa rural tourism

Caminos de Osa: a perfect combination of tourist development and respect for nature Awarded in the 21st edition of Best Active Tourist Product contest organized by the Spanish...
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The 10 most charming towns in Costa Rica

Tilaran, Guanacaste When one says Guanacaste, come to mind beaches, the sun and very hot weather. Its greenery, mountainous terrain and strong winds were a...

Cabo Blanco Absolute Nature Reserve

Costa Rica is known worldwide for its stunning natural landscapes and Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve is no exception. This reserve holds a special spot...

Free Talks about Fishing Regulations in Rivers and Lakes Will Be Given

Did you know that in order to fish in any river and in Lake Arenal, you must have a fishing license? If...

Meet the Amazing Animal Ecology in Costa Rica!

Costa Rica is one of the most famous countries in the world, for its variety of animal species, very characteristic of the Caribbean and...

Why Personality Assessments Should Be a Part of Your Corporate Retreat

The days of corporate retreats with three-legged races and free-falling challenges are over. As the checkered tablecloths and potato salad become a thing of...

Costa Rica With New Image For Tourism

"Costa Rica: My Choice, Naturally" (Costa Rica: My Choice, Naturally). That is the name of the new campaign to attract visitors launched by the Costa...
lava costa rica

Hottest Lava in the Last 2.5 Billion Years is Discovered in Costa Rica

An international team of geologists has discovered, when studying volcanic rocks in Costa Rica that came from the hottest lava known in the last...
Blue Zones Costa Rica

Keys for longevity in Costa Rica’s Blue Zones part II

Read part I: Keys for Longevity in Costa Rica’s Blue Zones In the world, there are five blue zones, regions where their inhabitants reach longevities much...

Get to Know “Cerro Chirripó”: The highest Point in Costa Rica

The “Cerro Chirripó” is one of the favorite destinations for tourists who often visit the Tico territory. It is part of the Chirripó National...
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