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    Go Hiking in the Cabécar Indigenous Community on an Amazing 10 km Route

    Hiking and learning about the customs, culture, gastronomy, and natural landscapes observed in an indigenous community will be possible with the group of hikers...

    Yoga, Pilates, and Aerobics Classes Authorized to Begin Again in Costa Rica

    Inhabitants of communities throughout the country will be able to practice again in controlled groups under technical supervision, aerobics, yoga, pilates, functional exercises, among...

    Costa Rica Recovers More Air Routes, but International Tourism Remains Low

    Costa Rica recovered most of the air routes that were frozen due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, confirming the return of 17 international airlines that...

    Countries with the most and least restrictions to travel in the era of ...

    Faced with the record number of Coronavirus cases after the year-end holiday season, several countries have announced new travel restrictions in this second year...

    From the Caribbean to the Pacific: The “Camino de Costa Rica” invites us to...

    If you are lovers of hiking, "touring" and knowing every corner of Costa Rica, you will love taking advantage of the 280 kilometers of...

    Closing of Land Borders for Tourists in Costa Rica will last until ...

    The closure of land borders for tourists in Costa Rica will last until -at least- February 1st as a measure to prevent the spread...

    9000 Ticos Repatriated last Year Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic

    While international flights are recovering timidly, the Foreign Ministry made an inventory of the operations that were necessary to carry out humanitarian rescue operations...

    Coastal Hotels Report 90% Occupancy by the End of the Year Despite Beach Restrictions

    The National Chamber of Tourism (CANATUR) reported that coastal hotels qualify as "excellent" the occupancy for the end and beginning of the year, despite...

    From an Ice Castle to a Paradise with a Woman’s Name

    The experience of traveling is simply an inexplicable great sensation. The world offers scenarios for all tastes: tropical climates, lush beaches, snow and volcanoes....

    Costa Rica will not Prohibit the entry of Passengers from the United Kingdom

    Costa Rica will not prohibit the entry of passengers from the United Kingdom, despite the detection in that country of a new strain of...

    Bandera del Turismo, the country’s largest flag of Costa Rica, flies as a symbol...

    Its enormous measures show the desire for the recovery of the national tourism sector. Faced with the extraordinary challenges that the pandemic has posed,...

    Top 5 Mistakes in Costa Rica Travel Planning

    So you've booked your dates off work and browsed around the internet looking for a new country to visit after a tough year of...

    Tourists will be able to Offset the Carbon Footprint of Their Trips to Costa...

    Costa Rica reported this Wednesday that tourists will be able to offset the carbon footprint generated in air flights and land travel to support...

    Canada Aims to Receive more Immigrants to Compensate for the Fall Caused by the...

    Canada intends to significantly increase its migration thresholds over the next three years to offset the drop in the number of foreigners received in...

    Add Camping in Costa Rica to your Bucket List

    Attention Outdoor Lovers! You likely know that Costa Rica offers a wealth of natural beauty to explore, but have you ever considered going on...

    Aeromexico Resumes its Flights to Costa Rica

    Aeroméxico restarted its operations at the Juan Santamaría International Airport this Sunday, October 18th, with three flights a week from Mexico City. Aeroméxico flights will...

    Costa Rica Allows Entry of Flights from Central America and Extends Opening Hours for...

    Costa Rica will allow the entry of flights from Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Panama, and Nicaragua as of October 15th, under the same...

    Planning Next Year’s Vacation

    Because of the various things that have happened this year, you may not have been able to take a proper vacation. One way to...

    The 10 Most Hospitable Localities in Costa Rica on Airbnb

    What makes the difference between the host community on Airbnb is how they connect guests with their neighborhoods to help spread the economic benefits...

    Discover 5 Amazing Places to Camp in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica is a country that amazes in every corner with its beautiful landscapes and paradisiacal beaches

    Cruise ships Could Return to Costa Rican Ports in a Matter of Weeks

    After several months of pause, the cruise ships could return to Costa Rican ports in a matter of weeks, according to the Costa Rican...

    American Airlines Requests the Opening of Seven Flights to Costa Rica from Dallas and...

    American Airlines formally requested the opening of seven flights to Costa Rica from the United States, starting on September 9. Two of them would...

    Companies Selected for the Construction of a New Cruise Terminal and Marina in Limón

    The Board of Port Administration and Economic Development of the Atlantic Slope (JAPDEVA) approved the selection of the three finalist companies to carry out...

    Guácimo Tourist Route will Benefit 17 Businesses and 10,900 people

    This Monday, after the celebration of the Governing Council in Limón, the President of the Republic, Carlos Alvarado, traveled to the Guácimo canton to...

    Reactivation of Cruise Tourism in the Country Remains Uncertain

    The resumption of the arrival of cruise ships in the country is uncertain, admit industry experts. This is because the market is just starting...

    Everything you need to know about Traveling to Costa Rica in These Times of...

    As of August 1st, Costa Rica has begun to receive international flights through its three international airports. These are the Juan Santamaría International Airport;...

    After being locked up by COVID-19, a Swiss Couple Traveled to Costa Rica to...

    As soon as Costa Rica was reopened to commercial flights, A swiss couple (Ruth and Andreas Perracini) packed their bags and crossed the Atlantic...

    Is It Safe to Travel with Kratom?

    Kratom is a herbal substance that is used to treat a wide variety of conditions such as pain, anxiety, withdrawal symptoms, depression, tension, and...

    Lufthansa Resumes Flights to Costa Rica

    The German airline Lufthansa resumed its flights to Costa Rica with the arrival of one of its planes today from Frankfurt. The San José...

    I Am a Tico, to Where Can I Travel in the World Right Now?

    Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic, most countries have imposed restrictions and conditions on those who can enter their territories. Costa Rica, for its part, has...

    Top 10 Reasons to Visit Costa Rica

    Costa Rica, a country in Central America, known for its tropical beaches, eye-poppingvisuals, and grand adventures. It is a county which most people have...

    Discover 5 Beautiful Little Known Beaches in Costa Rica

    Costa Rica is known worldwide as a paradise destination thanks to its beautiful biodiversity. In this article, we will mention five beautiful little known...

    Ferry Connections between Puntarenas and Nicoya Will Be Suspended For the Time Being

    The measures to reduce movement of people and thus prevent the spread of Coronavirus also reached the sea and that is why until this...

    Explore Bright Portugal or the Best Thing against Winter Depression

    Tourism is booming in Portugal, and despite this destination being so hugely popular, it continues to be one of the best value places to...

    Pozo Verde Lagoon, the Jewel on the Sacred Mountain Of Parque Juan Castro Blanco

    Pozo Verde, the jewel of the Sacred Mountain, is one of the best tourist destinations in the northern region of the country. If you...

    The Ujarras´ Ruins Come To Know Them!

    The Ujarras´ Ruins are the vestigial material of the first church built in Costa Rica in colonial times under the title of Our Lady...

    Get To Know the Castles of San José and Its Architecture

    The Castle of Del Moro The "Castillo Del Moro", also known as the Castillo de Amón or Casa Del Moro, is a building located in...

    Barra Honda National Park and Its Impressive Caverns

    For travelers interested in the ecotourism experience in Costa Rica, the “Barra Honda National Park Caverns” are an ideal place, as it has some...

    Malpaís, Nature, Beach And Surf Paradise In The Nicoya Peninsula

    Malpaís is a small coastal town located at the southeast end of the Nicoya Peninsula in the northern part of Puntarenas which began as...

    Discover Why 1.3 million Americans Traveled to Costa Rica In 2019

    According to recent data published by the Government of Costa Rica, it was known that 3.1 million people visited Costa Rica during 2019. Of...
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