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    Donating Hair Is Donating Hope

    Hair donation is born of kind hearts. This alternative is given to take all women who go through a painful disease such as cancer,...

    Intense Earthquake Shakes a Large Part of Costa Rica

    Today, at 7:44 am, an intense earthquake shook much of the national territory of Costa Rica. The tremor that,...

    Giving Firm Steps with Organic Shoes: The Entrepreneurship of a Cartaginese Woman

    Being tired of giving her effort to someone else, Dunia Arroyo decided to start working on her own project. For 17 years she was...

    Donation of New Ambulances for the Costa Rican Red Cross

    On the afternoon of this Wednesday (yesterday), the Costa Rican Red Cross signed a cooperation agreement with the Embassy of Japan for the reception...

    98 Thousand Families Connected to a Program that Seeks to Reduce the Digital Gap

    A total of 98,147 families throughout the country have successfully formalized the "Hogares Conectados" (Connected Homes) service assignment process. The objective of this program is...

    Gabriela Camino and Her “Camino Real” to Agriculture and Music in Uvita

    Beyond the incredible biodiversity that Costa Rica has, there are human talents with diverse passions, professions, and thoughts. Gabriela Camino is a very talented...
    The devil in the parade, Barva

    Day of the Traditional Costa Rican Masquerade

    It is narrated as follows. The story tells that the first proper masquerade was organized in the city of Cartago by Rafael "Lito" Valerín, on...

    The Awesome Turrialba Volcano: A Natural Wonder of Our Country

    The Turrialba is one of the most active volcanoes in our country. Its last eruptive cycle began in October 2014, presenting the highest activity...

    Lance Armstrong Arrives in Costa Rica to Compete on the “Ruta de Los Conquistadores”

    The American cyclist Lance Armstrong will arrive in Costa Rica on October 31st to compete on the "Ruta de Los Conquistadores", which begins on...

    Viewpoints that You Should Know When Traveling to Costa Rica

    One of the characteristics that best define Costa Rica is its impressive landscapes. The Costa Rican territory has a great variety of climates and...

    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...

    Walmart Agreed to Purchase the Perimercados, Super Compro, and Saretto Chains in Costa Rica

    Walmart de México y Centroamérica agreed to purchase the Perimercados and Súper Compro chains, as well as the Saretto store to the Grupo Empresarial...

    15 Places to Take Your Kids in Costa Rica

    Either for a vacation or just a weekend family trip, it is always good to know where we can go with our kids without...

    Costa Rica Recycles Only 6.6% of Its Daily Residues

    Every day, Costa Ricans generate 4,000 tons of ordinary waste. Of this amount, 1,000 tons are deposited in rivers, vacant lots, and public roads....

    The 1st Costa Rican Satellite is Already in Orbit!

    The 1st Costa Rican satellite is already in orbit and is ready to study the carbon fixation of a melina tree plantation in Los...

    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...
    Dogs Park

    Dog Parks in Costa Rica: Happiness for your pet

    Dog parks are an increasingly popular amenity around the world, the most successful and developed cities offers their citizens  this kind of  large open...

    The 3 Kings’ Day is Not a Tradition in Costa Rica

    Every year, on January 6th, many countries around the world celebrate the 3 Kings Day. This is a Catholic festivity that commemorates when the...
    RUINS

    The 10 most charming towns in Costa Rica

    Tilaran, Guanacaste When one says Guanacaste, come to mind beaches, the sun and very hot weather. Its greenery, mountainous terrain and strong winds were a...

    Traditional Festivals in Costa Rica

    Every country has its folk festivals over the year. So does Costa Rica. They are the oldest social roots of a culture. Some of...

    Drones will fly high in Cartago to deliver chicken wings

    Have you ever felt that the future is here? That's the sensation we get when we think about robots making deliveries to your home....

    Every Festival Throughout The Year in Costa Rica

    Village fairs are a Costa Rican cultural fact, are very popular, and are celebrated much like a carnival.  They range from popular musical groups,...

    Tomorrow! Make the pilgrimage to Cartago

    Every August 2nd, thousands of Costa Ricans make a pilgrimage to Cartago, east of San Jose. They go to see the beautiful Basílica Nuestra...

    Heart valve producing company sets sights on Costa Rica

    Costa Rica is the second largest exporting country of medical devices on the continent, so the leading producer in heart valves is going to put...

    80% of indigenous zika cases concentrated in Puntarenas

    Eight of the ten zika cases that have appeared in the country are concentrated in the province of Puntarenas. Of the eleven cantons that form...

    382 people registered to use public bikes in Cartago on the initiative’s first day

    Cartago is one of the frontrunners of alternative urban transport. The evidence of this is that they’re the first section of the country to...

    Get Free Wifi While Riding Costa Rican Buses

    San Isidro passengers traveling to or from San Jose may now receive free internet during their trip, but they’re not the only ones! ‘Tis the...

    Cartago to Build Attention Center for Street Dogs

    The city intends to invest over 140 thousand dollars to house strays and prepare them for adoptions. Carthage has long been known as a pilgrim...

    Paranormal Pura Vida: Haunted Spots in Costa Rica

    Costa Ricans-expats and locals alike- also seem to have caught the ghost-hunting bug. So the question arises: Where can you find haunted locations in Costa Rica?

    Day Trip to Paradise: A Photo Journey Through Cartago

    If you’ve never ventured out from downtown Cartago, this is a chance to do it. Get to know beautiful architecture, monuments, flora and fauna. If...

    Leave Your Dog at Home: a Message from ANPA and the Animal Aid Associate...

    Costa Rica’s annual romeria pilgrimage is coming up, but the National Animal Protection Association (ANPA) and Animal Aid Association of Cartago have a special...

    Costa Rica’s Biggest Potato Hash

    If you are a potato lover then you cannot miss the First National Potato Fair, which will be held on August 11th – 12th,...
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