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    Parrita Health Center Improvements Will Benefit Thousands of Costa Ricans

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Some 21,000 people living in Parrita and communities of Aserrí, Acosta, and Turrubares Puriscal, will benefit from the...

    Drunk Man Eaten by Crocodiles

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - A man whose identity was not released by the authorities was devoured by crocodiles at the Tarcoles River,...

    A 4.3 Earthquake Shakes Costa Rica’s South Pacific Coastline

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - An earthquake with a magnitude 4.3 on the Richter scale occurred yesterday on the Pacific coast of Costa...

    Costa Rica’s Festival de las Mulas Captivates Visitors of the Central Pacific

    The Costa Rica News (TCRN) - Visitors are taking advantage of the last weekend before school starts to enjoy the Festival de Las Mulas...

    Puntarenas Carnival Starts February 2, 2013

    The annual Carnival of Puntarenas is one of the most anticipated Parties of the year in the country, attracting lots of people nationally and...

    500 Evacuated from Flooding in Pacific Costa Rica

    The National Emergency Commission (CNE) today declared a green alert (preventive) for Pacific provinces (mainly Puntarenas) of Costa Rica due to heavy rains that...

    TCRNs Family Jaco Vacation Winner was…

    This year’s Win a Weekend draw was for 2 nights 3 days at Jaco Beach Costa Rica, one of the most visited Costa Rica...

    High tides Punished Costa Rica Pacific Coast

    Since yesterday, strong waves and high tides have been hammering the Costa Rica Central Pacific region, causing the National Emergency Commission (CNE) to maintains...

    Costa Rica Surfing Favorite Wins 3rd Straight

    Jaco Beach - Costa Rican surfer Jair Perez Jaco Beach local, won his third consecutive surfing content this past weekend in Esterillos. Jair, first...

    Costa Rica Fishing – Places, Seasons, and Types of Fish

    Costa Rica is an angler's dream come true. The country's Pacific ports and beach resorts provide access to some the best deep sea fishing...

    Harsh rains are affecting agricultural activities

    Farming activities have been altered in the Pacific and Central Regions, because of the weather conditions affecting the country since the beginning of October. Last...
    Grey Crowned Red-backed Squirrel Monkey (Mono Titi)

    Titi Conservation Alliance: Sustainable Development and Conservation in Costa Rica’s Central Pacific Region

    TCRN Regional Correspondent: Katrina Palmer Manuel Antonio's cocktail party for the Mono Titis! Celebrating local sustainability, the Titi Conservation Alliance and members of the Quepos/Manuel Antonio...
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    The Magic of Manuel Antonio and Quepos

    TCRN Regional Correspondent: Katrina Palmer Imagine yourself soaking up the sun on a stunning white sand beach, surrounded by luscious green rainforest that in some...

    Fincas Naturales Wildlife Refuge in Manuel Antonio

    Featured Eco Columnist Elizabeth Mann Fincas Naturales Wildlife Refuge is a 25 acre private wildlife refuge which features various nature exhibits and trails. It is located...
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