ICE Announces 2 New Hydroelectric Plants for Renewable Power Generation

The Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) announced that it will build two new hydroelectric plants to operate in the area of San Carlos in...

5 Spanish Christmas Songs that Aren’t ‘Feliz Navidad’

Believe it or not, “Feliz Navidad” is not the only Christmas song out there that’s in Spanish! The halls are decked, the tamales made, but...

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Crocodiles

Their as old as dinosaurs and found all over the world, but how much do you really know about the grey, toothy beast? 1. Not...

Huge Win for Animal Welfare in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is cracking down on illegal breeders. Learn how you too can help animal welfare! Earlier in April, 64 dogs were seized from tragic...

Life & Living in Jaco, Costa Rica

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Considered the hub of the Central Pacific coast of Costa Rica, Jaco (pronounced: ha-ko, officially it is spelt...

Tourism in Guanacaste revived with hotels and air traffic

By using extensions, renovations, and even environmental projects, hotels keep the tourism in Guanacaste flowing. This is coupled with the high flow of passengers...

Students March in Protest at 76th Anniversary of The U.C.R.

A lack of regulations impeded opening an internal process against Hening Jensen. To defend their institution against a possible case of impunity and to...

San Jose Costa Rica Metropolitan Lifestyle Growing

For a majority of the 20th century, San José Costa Rica was primarily an agricultural city. But after the post-war baby boom (1948), large...

Atenas: Still A Magnet For Expats

Atenas, since being named as having one of the world’s best climates by National Geographic some years ago, has become a magnet for expatriates....

China Plans Free Trade Zone in Puntarenas

A free trade zone may come to Puntarenas by the year 2020, depending on the results of a fact-finding mission scheduled for next month....
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