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Bird Watching in Costa Rica

With an astounding biological diversity and approximately 850 species of birds, Costa Rica offers great opportunities of observation in spectacular places. For bird watching...

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...

Project to Install a Cableway in Chirripó Raises Serious Concerns

The Municipal Council of Perez Zeledón will have to face three considerable obstacles if it insists on building a Municipal Cableway in the Chirripó...

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...

Costa Rica’s Carara National Park Teems with Wildlife

Crowded paths, loud beaches and more people than animals – for a few years now people have been complaining about the booming tourism in...

Discover the Many Jewels on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula

A trip to Costa Rica isn't complete until you've stepped into a dense rainforest and heard wildlife all around. The Osa Peninsula gives you...

Costa Rica’s Arenal Volcano on a Shoestring

Who doesn't want to travel as long as we can and do the coolest activities for the littlest amount of money? When surrounded by La...
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Environmentally Friendly Ways of Traveling

As the year winds down and colder weather becomes the norm in New Jersey, there's a better way to heat yourself up than cranking...
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Escape from Routine in Congo Bongo Ecolodges

Don’t you want to free yourself from all worries and escape from the walls that keep you captured in life? In the Southern Caribbean,...
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Health Care Tips when Visiting the Osa Peninsula

As you have surely read on our TCRN previous issues, the Osa Peninsula is one of the most beautiful natural places to visit when...
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