Sustainable Tourism in Costa Rica

World Tourism Day has been celebrated since 1980 on September 27th, the day in which the statutes of the United Nations World Tourism Organization...
San Jose de Heredia

Three Places in San Jose de Heredia to Go Hiking and Relax

There are some places in Costa Rica that are a must-go. One of those places is San Rafael de Heredia, a canton where nature...

Colorful and Majestic Costa Rican Costumes

Costa Rica is identified as a country full of love for its culture, generated precisely from the multicultural ancestry. Before talking about the typical...

Save the Turtles: Sea Turtle Conservancy in Tortuguero

"Tortuguero" means "region of turtles" in Spanish, which fits the area perfectly. If you love turtles and are as fascinated with their nesting habits...
Ecotourism

Costa Rican Ecology: Tourism, Promotion, and Guaranteed Health

Costa Rica is not just a tourism icon but also a health guarantor through nature conservation. The nation offers the possibility of clean air...

Costa Rica in the 2018 Soccer World Cup (2)

Let's face it! La Sele did not have it easy when they met Brazil this Friday. The 2 times Costa Rica and Brazil had...
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5 Incredible Viewpoints of Costa Rica

Some people assure that from the sky everything looks better. Maybe that is why many of us love getting to privileged viewpoints. In fact,...

Costa Rica Medical Tourism Review

Costa Rica Medical Tourism leads Central American counties as a the Medical Travel Destination of Choice Medical Tourism in Costa Rica has seen significant grow...

Whale and Dolphin Watching with Ballena Aventura

Marino Ballena National Park is one of Costa Rica's outstanding locations for whale and dolphin watching. Located in Uvita on the country's South Pacific...

Costa Rica Leads the Way in Ecotourism

A world leader in ecotourism, Costa Rica is a country that promotes nature conservation instead of the ruthless exploitation of natural resources, and wildlife-watching...
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