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    Let’s Talk Turtles

    Today is World Turtle Day! This annual celebration was created in 2000, by the American Tortoise Rescue group (ATR) and it is now popular...

    Discovering The Costa Rica Caribbean Coast

    The Costa Rican Caribbean is located on the western slope of the country, separated from the central valley by a mountain range. The Caribbean...

    Cruise Boats: The Pleasure of Traveling by the Sea

    Although many may fear the sea, or think of stories of pirates and mystical animals that appear in the middle of the ocean, the...

    Adventure and Comfort

    This Caribbean country, whose capital is San José, presents the best face to the adventurous tourist. Can you imagine being able to sleep in...
    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...
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    Costa Rica Stands Out In Latin America Human Opportunities Index

    The World Bank recently launched its 2016 Human Opportunities Index Report. Costa Rica is ranked as one of the best countries in Latin America. ...

    Seat Sale on Southwest Airlines Flights

    For just today and tomorrow, Oct. 5/6th, Southwest Airlines is offering a seat sale on flights to the Caribbean and Central America. This sale applies...

    Mantrika Festival Features Carolina Chrem

    The Mantrika Festival, being held from September 21 – 29th, is to celebrate and explore the ancient traditions where we live, witness, share, and enjoy...

    Strict control on southern border to stop illegal migrants

    The Public Forces and Border Police are developing operations on the southern border to stop the entry of irregular migrants and apprehend those in...

    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...

    Family agriculture generates most of the food in the region

    Family agriculture generate most of the food in the region, especially food that is intended for domestic markets, but poverty affects almost half of...

    Costa Rica among countries that top regional growth

    Regional growth will be led by Dominican Republic (6.0%), Panama (5.9%), Nicaragua and Bolivia (4.5%), and Costa Rica (4.3%) at the end of the...

    Ancient Volcanic Explosion Discovered Beneath the Caribbean Sea

    Geological deposits beneath the Caribbean Sea help researchers predict future eruptions. The University of Southampton recently published the discovery of large scale volcanic activity off...

    Forum Debates Region’s Environmental Future and Human Welfare

    A conference hosted by International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organization, began today in Panama. It is...

    Heavy Rains Cause Havoc as El Niño Gains Strength

    The El Niño developing across the Pacific strengthened further, warming the entire region between Australia and the Americas. Sea-surface temperature data for the central...

    Oil Reserves in the Caribbean Shifting Geopolitical Scales

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - We have read how Latin America is the largest and fastest growing emerging market on the globe, but...

    Food Inflation in Latin America Reached 8.9% in June

    San Jose - Food inflation in Latin America and the Caribbean reached 8.9% in June compared to the same month of 2011, representing the...
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    Puerto Viejo

    In the South-East of Costa Rica, very close to Panama, is the small beach town of Puerto Viejo. If you want to get there by...

    One dead, four missing and 1,500 evacuated by rain in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica weather taking toll in the Caribbean and Cartago, as heavy rains continue to cause landslides, and flooding. One person died, four were missing...

    Costa Rica Volunteer Programs For Sea Turtles On The Rise

    Costa Rica volunteer programs for Sea Turtles have become very popular, as more and more, Eco-conscious tourist join full programs, or just join for...

    San Jose Costa Rica is the sixth most important destination in Latin America

    San Jose, Costa Rica - The MasterCard Global Destinations Cities Index 2012, a second annual report that analyzes both visitor traffic and cross-border...

    Renewable energy on the rise in Latin America and CaribbeanEnergía renovable en aumento en...

    Washington, D.C., U.S.A. – Latin America and the Caribbean are the world’s cleanest regions when it comes to energy sources. Renewable sources meet 30% of...
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