October in Costa Rica: when the Caribbean comes a’callin’
Costa Rica’s Caribbean coast is famously exempt from many of the typical weather patterns in the rest of the country. In fact, September, October and November, the months when the rest of the country experiences its heaviest downpours, are often the nicest months of the year on the eastern slope. (Please note that The Tico Times is not guaranteeing sunny skies: rain is certainly possible, but generally not the daily deluge experienced elsewhere during the height of the rainy season.)
Stay tuned for today’s Tico Times Weekly Digest, recorded this week at the Hotel Banano Azúl in Puerto Viejo de Talamanca. And read on to see what you might experience when hiking along the coastal paths of nearby Cahuita National Park.
You may be interested
Nationwide earthquake drill in Costa Rica to be held Monday morningAlejandro Zúñiga - August 18, 2019
If you live in an area that is prone to earthquakes, it’s important to know what to do when one…
Pic of the Day: Morning views from Manuel AntonioThe Tico Times - August 18, 2019
Costa Rica established Manuel Antonio National Park in 1972. Between the new park and the old banana town of Quepos…