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Wildlife Paradise in Costa Rica

While Costa Rica boasts some of the best bluewater fishing found anywhere in the world and draws serious anglers from far and wide, this little country’s wealth of wildlife also holds...

Beyond Costa Rica: Panama: A Beautiful Neighbor

A stone’s throw away from Costa Rica is the doorstep of Panama. The land of hats and canals, of hammocks and clear waters. Some argue that Panama is the link between...

Culture Shock in Costa Rica

Culture shock is a common occurrence for people who relocate. Culture shock has varying degrees of how it affects people depending on their overall expectations and tolerance levels. Culture shock refers...

2 People 1 Life – Costa Rica Wedding

As always we had left things like flowers and getting ready until the last minute. When will we learn? We rushed around looking for hair styling products (due to us both...

Spring Break in Costa Rica

It’s soon approaching that time of year, when parents are frantically planning ‘fun filled’ days for their activity craving kids, teenagers are eagerly anticipating the time for parties and play (the...

Costa Rica: Five Senses (Video)

In Costa Rica the visitor can enjoy lovely tropical beaches, the grandest adventures, the wonders of nature, scintillating culture, all the necessary components of an ideal vacation. No wonder, then, that thousands of tourists have made Costa Rica their...

Beyond Costa Rica: India

A strong believer that travel can sometimes increase appreciation for one’s home, I indirectly find myself encouraging friends and those around me to travel. No matter how beautiful your home country...

Explore a World of Exotic Natural Beauty on a Costa Rica Vacation

Laying on the beach and relaxing away your vacation days definitely has its appeal. But those who want to pack a little more into their getaway might just find that a Costa...

Costa Rican Museums – Descriptions, Locations, and Hours

National Museum The national museum was founded in 1897 and has become a cultural center of excellence. In 1949 after Costa Rican government abolished the army, the museum was recollected in...

Central America Sees Boom in European Visitor Numbers

Central America received a total of 9,577,114 foreign visitors during the first ten months of 2011, according to preliminary data provided by the ministries of tourism of Belize, Costa Rica, El...
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Fingerprint and Facial Recognition Will Be the New ‘ID Cards’ of Costa Ricans

The surveillance camera recorded a criminal while committing his misdeeds in the mall. But it was not...
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Costa Rica: It is beautiful and it is colorful but is it safe?

Costa Rica is a safe place. But as it may happen anywhere...

An Alert for All Latin America: Numerous Cases of Murders and Persecu-tion of Indigenous Leaders Remain With Impunity

The killings of members belonging to indigenous populations, along with persecution and harassment, have generated fear, helplessness, sadness and mostly anger in...

How to Keep Your Finances in Order and Increase Your Savings

Any time is excellent to start organizing and reviewing your money account. Saving money demands order and it is very important to...

Public Banks Improved Credit Conditions for the Purchase of Electric Vehicles

This announcement was made by the directors of the banking entities together with the First Lady, Claudia Dobles, and the ministers of...
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