Explore a World of Exotic Natural Beauty on a Costa Rica Vacation

Laying on the beach and relaxing away your vacation days definitely has its appeal. But those who want to pack a little more into...
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Costa Rican Museums – Descriptions, Locations, and Hours

National Museum The national museum was founded in 1897 and has become a cultural center of excellence. In 1949 after Costa Rican government abolished the...

Central America Sees Boom in European Visitor Numbers

Central America received a total of 9,577,114 foreign visitors during the first ten months of 2011, according to preliminary data provided by the ministries...

Choosing An Exotic Costa Rican Wedding

Many people love the idea of a destination wedding because it offers something exotic, unique and special for one of the most important days...

Costa Unknown: A Lack of Interest from British Travellers?

One can’t help wonder whether Costa Rica’s apparent shortage of British tourists is down to a lack of knowledge of its existence (you’d be...
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COSTA RICA, PURA VIDA -There’s never a long wait for a pleasure

Costa Rica was a hard place to get to in 1963. When my parents and I took the Pan American Highway from San Antonio...

Los Sueños Marriott Ocean and Golf Resort Los Sueños Marriott Ocean and Golf Resort

Los Sueños Marriott Ocean and Golf Resort has been designed and built to the highest international standards to provide the ultimate in resort living....

Getting around In Costa Rica: A Beginner’s Guide

Traveling by Bus in Costa Rica The bus service is better in Costa Rica than in the United States. Better, of course, doesn't mean that...

Costa Rica Butterfly Farm TourCosta Rica Butterfly Farm Tour

For over 20 years, since 1990, The Butterfly Farm has been offering in-depth 2-hour guided tours to the public. Depending on the weather, what's...
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Environmental Tourism in Costa Rica

‘Pura Vida!’ translating literally from Spanish as ‘Pure Life’ is the motto by which most Costa Ricans live by. Lovingly known as the ‘ticos’,...
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