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    Electric Freight Train to Dock: A Reality in the Immediate Future

    Last Thursday morning, the Office of the Agency for the Development of the North Zone hosted a very important meeting and follow-up report of the technical and economic feasibility studies of the Limonense Electric Freight Train (TELCA) project

    Limón Received Its First Cruise of the 2019-2020 Season

    Limón welcomed last Saturday, at 7:30 am, its first cruise ship of the 2019-2020 season, which will last for 6 months. The...

    Cruise and Marine Terminal Project in Limón Progress Satisfactorily

    “We are demonstrating that we are able to move forward in projects that are crucial for the development of Limón, despite the...

    Puerto Viejo Community Rejects Construction of a Berth on the Marine Platform

    The Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) has awarded the company NÁUTICA JJ S.A. the construction of a 75-meter long berth on the marine platform...

    Electric Train that Will Arrive in Limón and San Carlos Was Declared of Public...

    Last July 29th, 2019, President Carlos Alvarado and the Minister of Transportation, Rodolfo Méndez Mata, signed a decree declaring the Limonene Electric Freight Train...

    Alert in Costa Rica: Cheap Liquor Has Killed 20 People

    Sitting on the sidewalk of Avenida 5 de San José, in the red zone of the capital of Costa Rica, Roberto Baca, says he...

    Government Launches Tourism Campaign to Promote Development and Economic Reactivation of Limón

    Intended for national tourists, last Friday was launched the advertising campaign "Come to Limón! What do you like to do in the Caribbean?", an...

    X-Rays of Costa Rican Rivers Show Alarming Pollution Levels

    During the last decades, we forgot to live in harmony with nature. We need to move towards a life that allows sustainable and sustainable...

    New Frog Species Is Discovered in Talamanca

    A new species of bell frog was discovered in Costa Rica, as revealed in an article published on May 23rd, 2019, in the “Zootaxa”...

    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,...

    200 Residents of Limón Receive Scholarship to Learn English Thanks to the “Alliance for...

    A group of 200 people from the central canton of Limón will begin English classes in March, due to the Alliance for Bilingualism (ABi)...

    Cleaning Beaches, Cities, and Rivers Gains Momentum in Costa Rica, Nicaragua, and Panama for...

    Each year, the purpose for Costa Ricans to provide greater care to our planet gains more and more strength by the way 2019 began,...

    Costa Rica Starts 2019 with a Firm Ecological Commitment!

    Every year, new collective purposes are taken in Costa Rica to provide greater care to our planet. 2019 began with major initiatives that have...

    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...

    BCIE Will Give US$ 750 Thousand for Feasibility Study of Electric Freight Train to...

    The Costa Rican Railway Institute (Incofer) and Presidential House presented on Monday the initiative that aims to reactivate and boost the freight train to...

    Strike in Costa Rica Affects Hoteliers

    The hotel sector urged the Costa Rican government to make a greater effort to restore normalcy in circulation through national roads and services, affected...

    Smart-Bike System Gets to Costa Rica

    San José may be the 1st city in Central America to have a smart-bike rental system that facilitates the transport of people, promotes clean...

    Cable Car of Costa Rica’s Rainforest

    Costa Rica has a rich biodiversity that allows it to be filled with masterful flora and fauna. This includes a long list of forests,...

    Tortuguero National Park: A Natural Sanctuary for Turtles

    Costa Rica has a large number and variety of national parks. They offer tourists and residents the opportunity to get away from the city...

    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...

    Tourism Investments of US$ 440 Million Will Transform Limón

    A couple of megaprojects, similar to those that exist in Cancun and Las Vegas, would put Limón to compete with Guanacaste as a tourist...

    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...

    Carnival in Costa Rica

    The word "Carnival" refers to the festivities that are celebrated in many cities each year. These festivals usually last several days or weeks and...

    How to Get an Address in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica has a very peculiar way of indicating the addresses, since its streets do not have names or numbers and the houses do...

    7 hours in Puerto Limón

    Wait what? Yes indeed, you’re reading it correctly: a travel article about Puerto Limón, a town considered by many as that black sheep of...

    How I Adopted a Dog

    I did it! I adopted a dog, one week ago! It’s a shoe chewing, golden, playful, approximately 6 months old, happy, almost a grown-up, female,...

    China Plans Free Trade Zone in Puntarenas

    A free trade zone may come to Puntarenas by the year 2020, depending on the results of a fact-finding mission scheduled for next month....

    Nicaraguan Drug Lord Caught and Sentenced in Costa Rica

    Three Tarzanes members were sentenced this week by Limón court for smuggling cocaine from Colombia to Costa Rica. The trio which, was arrested last year,...

    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...

    After Much Debate, Costa Rica Approves the $395 Million Chinese Loan for Route 32...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - After an intense discussion and amid doubts from some lawmakers, Congress approved a loan for $395 million with...

    A Campaign to End Violence Against Women Will Target 10 Costa Rica Communities With...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - An inter-agency project spearheaded by the National Institute for Women (INAMU) aims to eradicate violence against women through...

    Caribbean Mega Port Will Utilize Solar, Wind, and Tidal Systems to Generate Power

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The new ocean terminal in Moin, Limon will operate on clean energy through solar panels, wind turbines and...

    Costa Rica’s Caribbean Ports are About to Get a Serious Facelift

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – The government of Costa Rica announced its support for the second major port project in the province of...

    Individuals and Associations Earn Well-deserved Awards for Improving Quality of Life in Costa Rica

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Dr. Guiselle Lucas Bolivar, director of Health in Limon and Tatiana Cuadra Bermúdez, a youth leader, are very...

    All Next Week Various Parts of San Jose Will Host the International Poetry Festival

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – This Saturday, October 25 the thirteenth edition of the International Poetry Festival 2014 (FIPCR14) begins which will take...

    Costa Rican Clinics Developing Multiple Programs to Prevent and Assist Teenage Mothers

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Costa Rican Social Security along with cooperating medical facilities will be introducing a series of programs in regards...

    Tied Up Green Turtle Rescued from Poachers in Limon

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - The National Guard saved the life of a green turtle that was about to be gutted and robbed...

    New Manatee Research Planned for Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – By allocating a specific budget item for next year, the National System of Conservation Areas (Sinac) intends to...

    New Government Campaign Encourages Ticos to Consume Lionfish

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Limon province has enough problems in different areas that impede their economic, social and cultural development. To this is...

    Pesticides and Mites Prevent Produce Imports from Entering Costa Rica’s Borders

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) – Information from the State Phytosanitary Service (SFE) revealed that this month that 28,000 kilograms of garlic, 2,500 kilograms...
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