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    Turrialba Volcano’s Ash Column Exceeded 1,000 Meters High Yesterday

    A column of ash -higher than 1,000 meters- was recorded last Friday morning, in the Turrialba Volcano. The eruption was at about 6:45 am...

    The Awesome Turrialba Volcano: A Natural Wonder of Our Country

    The Turrialba is one of the most active volcanoes in our country. Its last eruptive cycle began in October 2014, presenting the highest activity...
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    The Amazing Costa Rican Volcanoes

    Volcanoes are considered as the greatest tourist attraction of Costa Rica as they captivate the attention not only of tourists but also of scientists...

    Meet the Impressive Turrialba Volcano

    Costa Rica is one of the Latin American countries that offer visitors and residents the greatest environmental diversity and impressive landscapes. These characteristics have...

    Are the Central American Volcanoes Waking Up?

    Before the recent eruption of the Fuego volcano in Guatemala, considered the most violent of the last 40 years in that country, as well...

    Costa Rica: The Land Of Fire

    Costa Rica, a country famous for its ecotourism appeal, is not only known for its beautiful flora and fauna, although they are of incomparable...

    A Fire Within

    As part of the Ring of Fire, a string of volcanoes and sites of seismic activity that surrounds the basin of the Pacific Ocean....
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    5 things you should know about Turrialba’s lava lake

    A REDDISH glow usually pops up on the TURRIALBA volcano when it is in activity TURRIALBA IS CONSIDERED AN UNPREDICTABLE VOLCANO BY THE...
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    Today’s Three Most Popular Volcanoes in Costa Rica

    The experts believe that the volcanoes are not synchronized. Nowadays, there are only 5 geologically active volcanoes in the country. Many phreatic eruptions have...
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    How Many Volcanoes are There in Costa Rica?

    Turrialba Volcano Eliecer Duarte is passionate about volcanoes, he travels around the world to visit those places and he’s one of the most knowledgeable volcanologists...

    Back to the roots of Costa Rica at the Guayabo Monument

    Looking for some nature and culture to refresh your level of energy? The ancient National Guayabo Monument is your perfect day trip from San...

    Drinking Water Shortages in San Jose

    The Costa Rican Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers, AyA, has asked residents of the greater metropolitan area of San Jose not to use their...

    Other Serious Consequences due to Turrialba Eruptions

    Costa Rica sits on the infamous Ring of Fire.  Which means there are 6 active volcanoes and 61 dormant or extinct ones in the...
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    Turrialba Volcano surprises with new eruption

    The National Seismological Network (RSN) captured a new eruption of the Turrialba Volcano with one of their thermal cameras, which occurred at 10:15 p.m....

    Turrialba volcano has had five calm days

    The Turrialba volcano reentered a period of relative calm as it has gone five days without new expulsions of ash. According to the Volcanological and...

    Central America is smoking

    Costa Rica continues to fume James Stefanuto The peak of the Turrialba volcano has fumigated the central valley with ash and sediment for days, out of...

    Turrialba volcano becomes increasingly dangerous within 2 kilometers, says volcanologist

    Risk of falling rocks and hot gases are concentrated in the vicinity of the Colossus The Turrialba volcano becomes increasingly dangerous for the people...

    Turrialba Volcano Tremors Keep Geologists on Alert

    The sleeping giant awoke in October of 2014, erupting numerous times since, causing airport closures, evacuations and national alerts. Starting Monday, May 11th, Geologists from...

    Turrialba Volcano Continues Active Phase Erupting Thursday

    Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano continues its active phase erupting and releasing ash a number of times on Thursday, April 23, 2015. The outburst caused...

    Fire Mountains and Earth Shakers: Costa Rica Legends and Myths

    A brief look into Costa Rican myths and legends surrounding volcanoes and earthquakes.

    The Turrialba Volcano of Costa Rica

    Featured Eco Columnist Elizabeth Mann The Turrialba Volcano was named after the region in which it is located in the Turrialba county, Cartago. The volcano is...
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