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    Canadian Airlines Suspend Flights to Costa Rica for Three Months

    the Prime Minister of this country, Justin Trudeau, announced this Friday the agreement with the companies Air Canada, WestJet, Sunwing, and Air Transat to pause trips to Mexico,

    Did NASA Achieve Long-Distance Quantum Teleportation?

    "With this demonstration, we are beginning to lay the groundwork for the construction of a metropolitan quantum network in the Chicago area,"

    Tica Yokasta Valle Will Defend Her World Boxing Title in Costa Rica

    The greater the contributions received, the greater the value of the fight and, consequently

    International Personal Data Protection Day: Many Challenges, Few Advances

    As every year, the past January 28th we commemorated the International Day for the Protection of Personal Data, for having signed on this date,...

    Construction of the First Electric Sailboat Made in Costa Rica Advances

    Some time later, he founded his first company, Topsail Rigging, where he dedicated himself to designing and building

    Hike to the Majestic Río Blanco Waterfall and Cave in Guápiles

    Río Blanco Waterfall is a majestic waterfall located in Guápiles, where the abundant greenery and rocks that surround it make it one of the most attractive in the country.

    Rio Piedras Dam, a Project for the Benefit of All the Tico Community

    The dam designed for the Piedras River can be defined as a large-scale project that is developed for the common good.
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    KLM Suspends All its Flights, Including Costa Rica

    The main airline of the Netherlands, KLM, suspended as of this Friday all its weekly long-stay flights, as well as all those to European destinations that require to spend the night abroad.

    A Book on Costa Rican Biodiversity is Published in Australia

    "Costa Rica has about 6% of the planet's biodiversity, both in species and in ecosystems, and yet it only represents 0.03% of the world's territory," the institution added.

    Hours Are Extended for the Restart of In-person Classes in Costa Rica

    The Ministry of Public Education (MEP) extended the maximum hours for returning to the classroom scheduled for the beginning of the school year, on...

    Microclimates of Costa Rica: Nature Without Limits

    The tropical climate of our country is a set of elements of the weather that define the heterogeneous climatic features that the Costa Rican territory presents.

    Protocol for Concerts with Small Audiences and in Open Spaces is Implemented in Costa...

    The Ministry of Culture and Youth (MCJ) issued this January 20th health safety protocol for the performance of concerts with small audiences and in open spaces

    Nicoyano was Hired by the NBA as a Content Generator

    Dreams come true, like those of Rubén Alfaro, known in the basketball scene as "Baby Yao" who is the most recent NBA signing.Alfaro, who...

    Costa Rica will End up Paying Globalvía Up to Six Times the Amount Invested,...

    The country will end up paying the Globalvía company up to six times more than the amount originally invested on Route 2

    Former President Figueres Proposes Using Pension Funds to Finance Public Works

    The former President of the Republic, José María Figueres Olsen, reacted to the news in which a mathematician from the University of Costa Rica

    Despite the Pandemic, Medical and Food Industries Boosted Record Exports of Costa Rican Products

    Despite the logistical complications of 2020 due to the novel SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus Pandemic, Costa Rica reached record figures in its exports of goods. The...

    “Rio Cuarto Lagoon”, The Deepest Volcanic Lagoon in Costa Rica

    Immersed in the forest, but easily accessible, you can find the Río Cuarto Lagoon, located in the canton of Alajuela.

    Rio de Janeiro Rules Out Celebrating its Famous Carnival in 2021 Due to the...

    Rio de Janeiro ruled out celebrating its famous Carnival in 2021, which the samba schools planned to hold in July, due to the rebound...

    This Summer Smells Like the Mountains of Costa Rica

    This Huele a Montaña (Smells Like Mountains) initiative has been developed by the different tourism chambers of each town and was born with the aim of allowing a sustainable reactivation of tourism.

    Which Airlines are Now Flying to Costa Rica?

    The Swiss airline Edelweiss Air was the latest to resume operations at the Juan Santamaría International Airport

    Why is the Return to the Classrooms so Urgent in Costa Rica?

    The return to in-person classes must take place and cannot be postponed, says the Tico Ministry of Education. Although the cases of COVID-19 in...

    Four New Modern Trains Arrived in Costa Rica this past Monday

    This past Monday Costa Rica received four new trains from China. This is a second shipment that completed all of the units that will...

    Tests made by the University of Costa Rica to detect COVID-19 in Saliva

    The work of more than 20 experts from the University of Costa Rica (UCR) to have more agile and cheaper tests of COVID-19 advanced this week to its next phase.

    Costa Rica Invites You to Visit Its Coastal Corridor in La Cruz, Guanacaste

    The La Cruz Coastal Tourist Corridor, located in the north of the province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica, is a new tourist destination that stands...

    Vice President of Costa Rica Invites Kamala Harris to Join in Supporting Human Rights

    Campbell highlights in her letter to Harris that, for the first time in history, the continent has two black female vice presidents elected by popular vote

    Mexico Recognizes Halt to Trump’s Wall and Return of Migrants

    Mexico today celebrates Joe Biden's executive order to interrupt the construction of Donald Trump's border wall and the return of migrants,

    People Consume the Plastic Equivalent of a Credit Card per Week

    The analysis "Nature without plastic: assessment of human ingestion of plastics present in nature", prepared by Dalberg, based on a study commissioned by WWF and carried out by the University of Newcastle

    Lactating Women in Costa Rica May be Vaccinated Against COVID-19

    The National Commission of Vaccination and Epidemiology (CNVE) of Costa Rica approved today the immunization against COVID-19 of women who are breastfeeding, under prior...

    Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock begins First Hemp Harvest in Costa Rica

    The crops are part of an investigation that aims to analyze the potential of hemp in the country

    Santa Cruz: Festivity of Santo Cristo de Esquipulas is Declared Intangible Cultural Heritage of...

    “Celebration to the Santo Cristo de Esquipulas”, also known as “Demanda de Esquipulas”, “Fiestas al Cristo Negro” or “Fiestas al Negro Pencón”, takes place annually from January 14 to 18 in the canton of Santa Cruz, province of Guanacaste of Costa Rica

    Global Program Recruits Tico Teachers Who Wish to Work in the ...

    The organization Participate Learning opened the call for Costa Rican teachers and professors who want to participate in its global education program-
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    The Benefits of Wellness Retreats in Costa Rica for this 2021

    if you’ve made your mind up about changing your life for the better and coming for a wellness retreat in Costa Rica, than you’re choice must be: “Resonance”:

    Why Travel and Enjoy Costa Rica with all Your Family?

    The color is so vibrant that it seems unreal. It seems that nature was especially creative when it gave birth to this country. And it is waiting for you, so plan today and visit with your family the “Land of Pure Life”!

    Chirripó National Park Opened This Past Week, Welcoming Back All Hikers

    After eight months closed for visitors, the Chirripó National Park opened its doors last week to thousands of hikers who want to climb to...

    Route 27 Lacks Measures to Prevent the Death of Animals on the Road

    Route 27 lacks measures to prevent the death of animals on the road, says supervisory firm.

    Discover “Isla Rosada” at Nosara…An Adventure Come True

    Discover “Isla Rosada” at Nosara…An Adventure Come True Nosara is one of the best surfing destinations in the world

    Three Homosexual Couples are Already Processing Adoption Processes in Costa Rica

    Adoption processes no longer make any distinction between heterosexual and homosexual couples, they only seek the suitability of the home for each child, according...

    Tica Entrepreneur produces Bread made from Bean Flour and Wins Central American Contest

    Johanna Sánchez left her corporate life to dedicate herself to motherhood and create her FRAN business. It is an enterprise that sells sourdough bread...

    Know the Most Recommended Fruits for Their High Nutritional Content

    Fruits make up one of the most common food groups and a very important part of the human diet. They contain many benefits, such...
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    Who is Gordon Ramsay, the Famous Chef that is Vacationing in Costa Rica?

    Gordon Ramsay is a famous British chef on vacation in Costa Rica. It is his second time on national soil and this time he...
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