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    Trek on the Sendero de los Reyes, the Sacred Hill of the Bribri and...

    In a full-day tour into Tico indigenous territory, hikers will be able to visit the “Sendero de los Reyes” (Path of Kings), a walk...

    Public Statement Against Impunity in the Murder of Sergio Rojas Ortiz, Bribri Leader

    the investigation of the murder of Sergio Rojas Ortiz and to apply all the expertise at its disposal to obtain the evidence that identify those responsible and allow the State to punish the crime committed against the indigenous leader.

    Bribris Natives Start a Home Delivery Restaurant with Ancestral Gastronomy

    Healthy foods, hand in hand with the environment, gave rise to the Virtual Restaurant Cuchara Ulùkichawak, Andrea Sánchez and Vanessa Vega are the owners...
    Endless Violence, Official Complicity and Media Silence The Taking Away of Indigenous Peoples Ancestral Lands in Costa Rica

    Endless Violence, Official Complicity and Media Silence The Taking Away of Indigenous Peoples Ancestral...

    In the heart of the Costa Rican forests and jungles, there are 9 Indigenous nations distributed in 24 territorial regions
    Costa Rica's stone spheres.

    Indigenous Culture: Who Were Costa Rica’s Diquis?

    Indigenous Costa Ricans belong to eight major ethnic groups and live in remote forested areas of the country. Below I will give some aspects of...

    100 Million People at Risk of Poverty due to Climate Change

    Climate change is not just an environmental issue anymore. The World Bank declared yesterday that unless countries implement immediate “climate-smart development,” over 100 million additional...

    Don’t Like Imperial? The Costa Rica Craft Beer Market is Gaining Popularity

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Great success and growth has taken place for the craft beer brewing industry in Costa Rica.  This is...

    Talking With the Ancestors

    I’m a traveler, explorer and a “New Ager” for lack of a better term, so when a Costa Rican friend of mine, Carlos, started...

    Sandpoint students help turtles in Costa Rica

    Sandpoint Middle School eighth-grade student Devan Fitzpatrick has a pretty good idea what profession she wants to pursue when she is older. But just...
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