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    Activities for Kids in the Osa Peninsula

    The Osa Peninsula is a family friendly location for those travelling with kids! This peninsula is jam-packed with a wide variety of activities that are...

    Conservation on the Osa Peninsula:

    Costa Rica is making continuous strides in conservation! Learn how individuals and visitors can get involved in keeping this country beautiful! The Osa Peninsula is home...

    RESERVA PLAYA TORTUGA

    Reserva Playa Tortuga (RPT) is committed to making a difference.  This non-profit biological research and education center was founded in 2009.  It is dedicated...

    Bird Watcher’s Guide to Paradise:

    The magnificent and bio-diverse area of Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula is home to roughly 463 different species of birds! That makes this area incredibly...

    3 Top Reasons to Visit Drake Bay:

    Drake Bay is located in a private nook on the Osa Peninsula in the Pacific Southern Zone, and bordered by the Corcovado National Park....

    Radical Natural Healing with Zahrah Sita

    A little over 10 years ago, Zahrah Sita made a bold move to leave her home in the U.S. with 2 small children and relocate in...

    Research proves ginger to be 10,000x stronger than chemo

    A new study published in PLoS reveals that ginger contains a pungent compound, known as 6-shogaol which could be up to 10,000 times more effective than...

    How to become a sustainable city

    Technology, intelligent buildings, energy-saving systems - these are some ideas that come to mind when we hear the term "sustainable city." However, this concept...

    Visiting the Nicoya Peninsula? Here are some ideas

    We have come up with the perfect plan for your trip to the Nicoya Peninsula. In these three companies you will find transportation, adventure...

    FAO: Deforestation is not necessary to produce more food

    Agriculture is still the main cause of deforestation around the world, and it is necessary to promote more positive interactions between agriculture and the forests...

    Coronado Journey Drew a Crowd

    A walk from Cascajal to Montserrat of Coronado woke up 335 Costa Ricans last Sunday. The walk was free and brought in people of all...

    Trekking Costa Rica’s Five Best National Parks

    Costa Rican National Park Day is tomorrow. How many have you visited? Costa Rica is a small country but it has the richest flora and...

    Lonely Planet Recommends Costa Rica as the Most Accessible Country for Getting in Touch...

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - For the renowned travel publication, Lonely Planet,  Costa Rica stands out as the location that is the  most...

    Costa Rica´s Biodiversity and National Parks are Priceless

    In only 51,100 km2, Costa Rica has about 95,000 species, and this number represents only 19% of the half million species in the country....

    The Meaning of Sanctuary

    After a bad start on a hot summer’s day in the hottest part of California (the not so Great Central Valley) other than...

    Man, Nature, and Costa Rica

    If there’s a more apt metaphor for the messy end of the Age of Oil, I haven’t heard it. A tanker truck loaded with...
    Nature v Nurture

    Nurture Is More Important Than Nature

    In an age when everyone is bombarded with too much information and noise, the sound of a gently flowing stream is not just music...

    Get to Know Costa Rican Nature through Books

    Many of Costa Rica's greatest protectors of nature, including some prominent scientists, have written wonderful memoirs and novels about their experiences in Costa Rican nature. Through their work, we can discover the powerful resonance between nature and the literature it inspires.

    Butterfly Lends Species Insight

    Early signs of divergent evolution in Heliconius butterflies in Ecuador may reveal a missing link to understanding how species form, according to a recent...
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