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How Safe Is Costa Rica?

The latest National Citizen Security Survey (ENSCR), Costa Rica 2022, prepared by the School of Statistics (EEs) of the University of Costa Rica (UCR)...

Costa Rica Opposes the Geothermal Exploitation of it’s National Parks

The Ministry of Environment and Energy was categorical in expressing its opposition to the exploitation of geothermal energy in National Parks, according to a...

Costa Rica Weather: No Respite from Rains as More Predicted

The country suffered the effects of Hurricane Julia, and as if that wasn't enough, the National Meteorological Institute (IMN) alerted of a tropical wave. "The...

Costa Rican Coffee Wins in 4 Categories at the ‘World Coffee Challenge’

The Costa Rican coffee produced by Green Communities won in 4 categories of the World Coffee Challenge 2022, an international competition that rewards coffee...

Costa Rica’s Route 32 Still in Critical Condition

The Costa Rican Geotechnical Association (ACG) explained that Route 32 is in a critical state. This is due to the lack of work, such...

Costa Rica’s Social Tourism Project

In Costa Rica, Social Tourism is set up as a universal right that guarantees access to rest, recreation, leisure, and free time for segments...

Costa Rica Reinstates Mask Mandate in Schools and Public transport

The Costa Rican Ministry of Health announced that it is now suspending the school recess and establishing the mandatory use of masks in schools...

Venezuelan Migrants Passing Through Costa Rica: A Human Tragedy

President Rodrigo Chaves and Director of Migration and Foreign Affairs Marlen Luna announced that the number of migrants has increased due to the international...

Costa Rica’s Chirripo National Park Will Stay Closed in October

Bad news for those planning to visit Chirripó this month: The National Park will remain closed for the rest of October due to adverse...

Costa Rica Declares National Emergency Due to Roads

The President of the Republic, Rodrigo Chaves, decreed a national emergency due to the poor condition of roads, given the heavy rains that have...

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