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...

Changes Coming to U.S. Passports

The new regulations will affect both current and upcoming travelers of ALL destinations. Despite the United States having one of the two most powerful passports...

3 Top Reasons to Visit Drake Bay:

Drake Bay is located in a private nook on the Osa Peninsula in the Pacific Southern Zone, and bordered by the Corcovado National Park....
Costa Rica's stone spheres.

The Stone Spheres: A Costa Rican Mystery

Nestled in the Diquis Delta near the town Palmar Sur is one of the most intriguing and unique finds throughout Costa Rica. Known to the Ticos who live in the area as Las Bolas, these stone spheres, some three hundred in number, have both puzzled and fascinated scholars and visitors alike.

Fire Mountains and Earth Shakers: Costa Rica Legends and Myths

A brief look into Costa Rican myths and legends surrounding volcanoes and earthquakes.

Costa Rica highlighted at Medical Travel Summit – Los Angeles

Over 500 attendants, representing 15 countries and 200 institutions.Everything you need to know about medical tourism, and how it can enhance your business.We're talking about the Medical...

The Complete Guide To: Costa Rica

The name means 'rich coast', and this stretch of Central America is just that, with hot springs and cloud forest, jungle and volcanoes. This...

RESERVA PLAYA TORTUGA

Reserva Playa Tortuga (RPT) is committed to making a difference.  This non-profit biological research and education center was founded in 2009.  It is dedicated...

Costa Rica Hotel Occupancy Over 85% this Season

Costa Rica hotels located throughout Costa Rica slowly start running out of space as it December 31st approaches. This year, Costa Ricans and tourists...

Costa Rica Beaches: Understanding Rip Currents

The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Costa Rica beaches are considered some of the most beautiful and pristine in the world, they are always...
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