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    Central America Receiving the Onslaught of a New Hurricane

    Central America Receiving the Onslaught of a New Hurricane

    Central American countries was bracing itself this weekend for the onslaught of a new hurricane, days after Cyclone Eta left more than 200 dead in the region

    Costa Rica Allows Entry of Flights from Central America and Extends Opening Hours for...

    Costa Rica will allow the entry of flights from Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Panama, and Nicaragua...

    UNA Researcher among the 100 most Powerful Women in Central America

    An advocate of communication and action in communities vulnerable to tsunamis, researcher Silvia Chacón is distinguished as...
    The Defunct Ambassador of Costa Rica The Golden Toad

    “The Defunct Ambassador of Costa Rica” The Golden Toad

    The golden toad of Monteverde toad (Incilius perigones) was a species of anuran amphibians that lived in a few places in the Monteverde forest, in Costa Rica, in Central America

    Car Rental Industry Is Accelerated and Reports 70% Occupations

    Sun and beach, followed by ecotourism, adventure, and the pursuit of well-being, make Costa Rica a desired destination worldwide. During 2018 of...

    The Most Modern Wholesale Market in Central America Starts Operations in Costa Rica

    The President of the Republic, Carlos Alvarado, announced last July 24th, 2019, the start of operations of the 1st stage of the Regional Wholesale...

    Costa Rica: A Small Country Giving Gigantic Lessons

    We are used to pressing a button to turn the light on or off, but for electricity to reach homes, businesses or industries there...

    Costa Rican Students Create Food that Will Help Reduce Malnutrition in Central America

    4 students of Food Engineering at the University of Costa Rica (UCR) managed to create a dry, eco-friendly, and very versatile mix...

    Nat Geo Series Bets on Showing the Wild Beauties of Costa Rica

    Who does not feel proud of the beauty that your country offers? We, Ticos, are not an exception. Actually, anyone is...

    Unusual Behavior of Tectonic Plates in Central America Is Warned by Experts

    In Central America, it is normal to feel earthquakes. However, on March 26th, 2019, there were some telluric movements that caught the...

    Meet Shirley Cruz, The First Female Soccer Player In Costa Rica

    Shirley Cruz Traña (Born August 28, 1985, in San José, Costa Rica), is a Costa Rican soccer player who currently plays in the Chinese...

    The Theater and Tourism In Costa Rica, Always Hand in Hand

    Tourism is the first source of dividend income of our country's economy. The tourism sector directly employs 130,000 people. Costa Rica currently offers 45,531...

    Costa Rica’s Aspires In Becoming Latin America’s First Nation to Completely Eliminate Fossil Fuels

    The government of President Carlos Alvarado launched last month of February a plan to eliminate the use of fossil fuels by 2050 with which...

    2019 Sony World Photography Awards Celebrates Central American Photographic Talent

    Supporting the local photographic communities in 62 countries across the globe, the World Photography Organisation and Sony today announced the winners of the 2019...
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    Find Out The Origin Of The Popular Terms: “Tico” and “Pure Life”

    85% of Costa Ricans define themselves as very happy people. The country's population of just over 5 million has a strong belief in family...

    Central America Unites to Take a Nanosatellite to Space

    The Central American Association of Aeronautics and Space (ACAE) announced today the development of a new project that will put Central America once again...

    Costa Rica And Mexico, A Long History of Fraternal Relations

    The Republic of Costa Rica and the United States of Mexico enjoy diplomatic relations since 1838, before this Costa Rica briefly belonged to the...

    48% of Forests in Central America Are Defended by Indigenous Peoples

    Indigenous peoples occupy vast tracts of Central American territory, including more than half of the region's forests and many of its waterways. This, together...

    The Extraordinary Biodiversity of Costa Rica

    The term biodiversity refers to the number of species, animals, and plants that live in a place. In its broadest sense, biodiversity means LIFE...

    Discover Costa Rica With Javier Fuentes Part II

    On this occasion, our adventurous tour guide Javier Fuentes went to the town of Monteverde and discovered the natural and tourist benefits offered by...

    The Perfect Way to Finance Your Next Costa Rica Trip

    Are you pining for a dream trip to Costa Rica but have bad credit? A travel loan may be the answer to all of...

    Costa Rica Launches Unique Tire Recycling Plant in Central America

    Do you have old and disused tires of all types and sizes in your home, neighborhood, or workplace? Maybe he is not the only...

    Costa Rica Holds the First International Roosterfish Tournament

    Costa Rica is a mecca for sportfishing. And the site FishingBooker knows it pretty well! People travel from all over the world to fish the...

    Sol Araya: Photographer of Pure Life

    A rainbow after the rain, a sloth showing its face among the branches, a morpho butterfly crossing the road, a sunset dyeing the landscape...

    Affordable Travelling

    Seeing other countries is a great fun. You can see new cities with extraordinary architecture. You can discover new cuisine in local restaurants. You...
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    8 Must-Know Overseas Travel Tips for an Unforgettable Vacation

    Planning to go on a cruise and visit Costa Rica? It's one of the most popular tourist destinations, after all, with an average of...

    Costa Rica Suspends the Largest Hydroelectric Project in Central America Indefinitely

    The “El Diquís” hydroelectric project, considered the largest in Central America with an estimated investment of US$ 2,100 million and rejected by indigenous communities,...

    Costa Rica Leads Ranking with the Best Human Development in Central America

    According to the latest report from the United Nations Development Program (UNDP), Costa Rica leads the list of the Central American countries with the...
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    The “Sodas”, a Must-Visit When Coming to Costa Rica

    Costa Rica has one of the most well-known cuisines of Central America due to its varied mix of flavors and ingredients. Here, the most...
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    Costa Rican Literature: Rich in Content and Still Flourishing

    Costa Rican literature is still in development, although it has already produced writers of international projection, and whose works have been translated into other...

    Central America and the Dominican Republic Are Multi-Destinations in Vogue

    The increase of visitors during the 1st quarter of 2018, the frequencies of flights and the opening of new routes between Europe and the...

    The Battle of Sardinal

    The battle of Sardinal was an armed conflict that took place on April 10th, 1856, in the town of Sardinal, in Sarapiquí, Costa Rica....

    The Birthday of Democracy in Costa Rica

    For almost a decade, Costa Rica had lived within the current of liberalism that finally, after many attempts, had managed to enter the country. By...

    Construction of New Coca Cola Plant in Liberia Will Generate 250 Jobs

    The construction of the new concentrate plant of Coca-Cola Company, in Liberia, Guanacaste, will generate 250 direct jobs during the next 17 months. The announcement...

    Best Destinations to Stay in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica occupies a special place in the heart of tourists from all over the world, so much so that in recent years it...

    Botanical Gardens of Costa Rica: The Best Preserved Ones of Central America

    The sense of belonging is one of the factors that always involve both specialists and the general public of Costa Rica. They share the...

    Tico Passport is Ranked Among the Best Ones in the World

    Costa Rica continues to be classified worldwide as one of the favorite countries to visit. In turn, it is also considered one of the...

    Viva Air Peru Will Fly to Central America

    The low-cost airline "Viva Air Peru" will be able to fly to 21 countries in Latin America after receiving authorization from the Ministry of...

    Election Time, Tico Style

      Costa Rica is probably one of Central America's most politically stable countries. So much so that it does not even have an army anymore....
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    Differences Between Costa Rica’s Pacific and Caribbean Coasts

    Costa Rica is one of only 7 countries in the world that are bathed by both the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea, each...
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