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The 10 most charming towns in Costa Rica

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

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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Knowing the World through “Experiential Tourism”

Why traveling?Traveling is by far the best way to know the world, and many people often travel by different means of transportation; train,...

Hot Springs in Costa Rica

Thermal waters are called the mineral waters that leave the soil with more than 5 ° C than the surface temperature.These waters come from...

Meet the Incredible Crocodiles of the Tárcoles River

The Tárcoles River, also known as the "Río Tárcoles Grande", whose length is 111 kilometers and its hydrographic basin covers an area of 2,121...
Congo Bongo's Hostel and Camping

Pure Nature: Congos Hostel and Camping

Sleeping with the sound of the sea in the background, sitting late at night outside under a rooftop of stars and start the day with...

An Ocean Full of Stars: The Brilliance of Bioluminescence

As a Minnesota native, I have grown up seeing beautiful stars light up the night sky, reflecting themselves in the thousands of lakes that...
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Pura Vida in Costa Rica

With barely 0.03% of the planet's surface, Costa Rica concentrates 6% of the planet's biodiversity. "Pura Vida" is the country's tourism motto and it...
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The Poas Volcano’s Closest Neighbor

Bajos del Toro is a town located near the slopes of Poas Volcano. Its residents have witnessed multiple eruptions in the last 100 years.The...

FAO: Deforestation is not necessary to produce more food

Agriculture is still the main cause of deforestation around the world, and it is necessary to promote more positive interactions between agriculture and the forests...
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