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Sunflowers of Costa Rica: Central America’s largest field prepares for Flowering

Sunflowers of Costa Rica, the largest field of these flowers in Central America, will have its most important peak of flowering from May 6...

Costa Rican Launches the PAACUME Climate Adaptation Project

This Tuesday, the President of Costa Rica, Carlos Alvarado, and the Minister of Finance, Elian Villegas, signed Law No. 10230, a $425 million loan...

Costa Rican Surfer Brisa Hennessy reclaims #1 spot in WSL ranking

Costa Rican surfer Brisa Hennessy, reclaimed the number one spot of the World Surf League, after finishing fifth pat the Margaret River Pro in...

First Costa Rica Woman Cacique Officially Appointed

For the first time in the ancestral indigenous lineage of the territory of Alto Comte Burica the official appointment of a woman Ngäbe-Buglé cacique...

Costa Rica Looks to Attract Canadian Adventure Travelers

The Costa Rican Institute of Tourism showcases the many adventure and nature activities available in Costa Rica, at the Outdoor Adventure Show (OAS), at...

Costa Rica Authorizes sale of Paxlovid as treatment for COVID-19

The Costa Rican Ministry of Health authorized the emergency use of Pfizer's Paxlovid 150/100 mg capsules. Paxlovid is indicated for the treatment of COVID-19 in...

Morpho Butterfly: A New National Symbol for Costa Rica

The Morpho Helenor Narcissus butterfly was declared this Thursday as a new national symbol of Costa Rica. The Bill of Law was promoted by...

Costa Rican Boxer Yokasta Valle named best boxer of 2021 by the IBF

Yokasta Valle, Costa Rican boxer, was designated as the best boxer of 2021 by the International Boxing Federation (IBF). Valle was invited to the World...

Costa Rican Environmentalists Asks for Endangered Shark Protection

A marine conservation group calls for defense of hammerhead, silky and thresher shark species in Costa Rica. Specifically, they ask current President Carlos Alvarado,...

Costa Rican President-elect Rodrigo Chaves apologizes to World Bank Officials

President-elect Rodrigo Chaves apologized to the two female World Bank employees who accused him for sexual harassment in that institution, and pledged to form...

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