Depths of the “Cahuita” National Park

The name Cahuita comes from the terms "Kawe" which means "Sangrillo" (a local tree in the area) and "Ta" which means "Punta". This National...

Virgin Forests All Around the World Are Disappearing Fast

Between 2014 and 2016, the virgin forests of the world lost an area of 90,000 square kilometers per year. That area is equivalent to...

Guanacaste Would Be the 1st Province to Eliminate the Use of Straws and Plastic...

The beautiful province of Guanacaste could eliminate the use and commercialization of straws and plastic bags, very soon. The initiative was born...

Ayahuasca Journey Into the Light

Light is one of the most universal and fundamental symbols.  Light is often associated with wisdom.  Light is knowledge.  The word “enlighten” means to...

The War Against Plastics (1)

From way up above, our planet looks like a blue marble. Its name, Earth, is a misnomer indeed. It should be called Aqua or...
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Aboriginal Communities to Protect Green Areas Through New Program

Owing to the process of consultation that seeks to reduce deforestation and degradation of rainforests, also known as the REDD+ Strategy, the Ministry of...

Straws and Other Single-Use Plastics Will Be Prohibited in Costa Rica

The ecological culture and sustainability continues to penetrate deep into the intentions of many Costa Ricans in search of an environmental improvement and, even,...

Let´s give our planet a hand

Earth Day: Raising Environmental Awareness In a corner of the Milky Way a blue planet orbits a yellow dwarf sun. Home to several billion human...

Volunteers Removed 2,400 Kilos of Waste from Guacalillo Beach

The initiative is part of the "Costa Rica Green and Clean" Program and the efforts of the Ocean Conservancy group, which promotes the World...

Costa Rica: A Paradise for Hummingbirds

When we talk about tropical wonders, we cannot fail to mention Costa Rica, both for its incredible tourist attractions and for its beautiful animal...
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