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    Jaguar was Photographed by a Surfer in Guanacaste

    A surfer named Kamalani, published three photo prints while surfing in Guanacaste. The surfer was enjoying the...

    The Full Recovery of the Jaguar Population in Guanacaste will take 30 more Years,...

    Increasingly frequent sightings of jaguars in Guanacaste point to a recovery. The jaguar, the largest carnivorous animal...

    Liberia in Guanacaste. Rich History and Tourism Crossroads

    Liberia is located in the northwest of Costa Rica, in the province of Guanacaste, and has all the ingredients of a very popular tourist place

    Get To Know Liberia: Capital of Beautiful Guanacaste

    Liberia is a city in Costa Rica, capital of the province of Guanacaste and the homonymous canton. Located 215 kilometers northwest of...
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    Casting Call For Caucasian Families

    Production company looking for real families for a series of advertising videos for a resort in Guanacaste. The series of videos is about a family...
    Discover Guanacaste And Its Natural Beauties

    Discover Guanacaste And Its Natural Beauties

    To the northwest of Costa Rica is Guanacaste, a tourist destination with an incredible natural beauty in which to enjoy paradisiacal beaches, prairies, and...

    Playa Tamarindo Costa Rica a Paradise in Central America

    Tamarindo is a lovely shoreline town, which is similarly tropical heaven and also a Multicultural meeting point. Called by the Forbes Specialized Magazine as...

    Guanacaste Real Estate Changes in 2014

    Over the past 15 years the landscape of Guanacaste has changed dramatically. During the early 2000’s real estate developments began popping up with the...

    National Geographic Publishes a Study on the Wasps of Guanacaste

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The prestigious magazine National Geographic this week released a comprehensive report on the investigation of wasps held in Guanacaste,...

    Costa Rica Had 372 Earthquakes in February

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Volcano and Seismological Observatory of Costa Rica (Ovsicori) announced today that in February they recorded a total...

    Costa Rican Hotel Costs $15,000 Per Night

    Nestled in the mountains of Papagayo in Guanacaste, Costa Rica has a hotel where every night’s stay costs $15,000 per night (nearly 8 million...

    Spanish Company to Build Wind Farm in Guanacaste

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Spanish company Gamesa will be responsible for building a wind farm of 50 megawatts (MW) in the...

    Costa Rican Families in Extreme Poverty Receive New Housing

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The lives of 64 families living in extreme poverty have now been changed thanks to their new homes...

    Andaz Hotel in Guanacaste to Hire 300 Before December

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The Andaz Papagayo Peninsula, where the Hyatt hotel chain sits, which will open on December 20th, has announced...

    Megaproject in Guanacaste Costa Rica Halted Over Water Concession

    The Court ordered the project Las Catalinas to stop. The project is trying to build a village of 2500 villas for foreigners in area...

    Guanacaste Day July 25th Celebrates Guanacaste’s Annexation to Costa Rica

    Guanacaste Costa Rica - July 25th 2012, Guanacaste Day, celebrates Guanacaste’s Annexation to Costa Rica. Prior to 1824, Guanacaste was part of Nicaragua. Because...

    Liberia Airport Costa Rica One of the New Coolest Airport Terminals in the World

    Flying into Guanacaste Costa Rica has become a more enjoyable experience for visitors since the new terminal at the Daniel Oduber International Airport in...

    Real Estate Continues to Grow in Guanacaste

    Guanacaste continues to be one of the best places in Costa Rica for foreign investment, especially in real estate. According to Guanacaste news...

    The Melting Pot of Tamarindo, Costa Rica

    Tamarindo, situated on the northern Pacific coast of the Nicoya Peninsula in Costa Rica, has a bit of something for everyone, ranging from cultural colors to culinary delights.

    Canadians Love Costa Rica, and it’s Now Easier for them to Travel Here

    Over the last decade, Costa Rica has become ever more popular with Canadians. More and more flights from many countries have increased dramatically. For Canadians,...
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