Costa Rica Begins to Use a Desalination Plant

Due to the frequent drought periods that have been affecting the coastal area of Santa Cruz in Guanacaste, a company finances the creation of...

Open-Pit Mining Prohibited in Costa Rica

Open-pit mining is an industry that creates very negative environmental, visual, human, and cultural impacts.It is an industrial activity that is carried out by...

Marino Ballena National Park: A Natural World of Wonders

The beautiful Marino Ballena National Park is one of the most unique places in our country. It is located along the Central Pacific coast...

Let’s Talk Turtles

Today is World Turtle Day! This annual celebration was created in 2000, by the American Tortoise Rescue group (ATR) and it is now popular...

Montezuma: A Little Well-Known Secret Waiting for Your Discovery

Montezuma is a cozy and picturesque town in Costa Rica, known for its bohemian atmosphere and the great scenic beauty of its beaches, rivers,...

The “Ethos” of a Higher State for Mankind

The evolution of mankind has been determined over time and based on scientific studies. We are beings composed of the biological but also made...
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2018 Could Be the Year of Consolidation for Electric Cars in Costa Rica

Say goodbye to gas stations, oil changes, filters, maintenance of the exhaust system, and spark plugs. Now it will depend 100% on electricity and...

Giant 5-Ton Sloth Inhabited Costa Rica’s Territory 7 Million Years Ago

A giant sloth, weighing 5 or 6 tons, and whose stature could exceed twice that of a human being, was part of prehistoric Costa...

Paper Handcrafts Made in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is, no doubt, a beautiful country. Not only for its beautiful coastline (from which its name originates), but also for its green...

Botanical Gardens of Costa Rica: The Best Preserved Ones of Central America

The sense of belonging is one of the factors that always involve both specialists and the general public of Costa Rica. They share the...
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