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Costa Rica’s Juan Santamaría Museum will offer virtual vacation workshops

As is tradition, the Juan Santamaría Historical Cultural Museum, along with with the University of Costa Rica - Interuniversity Headquarters of Alajuela, is getting its artistic...

Going To The Palmares Festival in Costa Rica

The festive holidays may come to end as the Christmas season and New Year's close off the year, but that does not mean Costa...

Hidden Passageway Found at Costa Rica’s San Lucas National Park

There has been an exciting new discovery made at the former prison and now a National Park. INCOP found during renovations, at a cell...

Tamales in Costa Rica – A Christmas Tradition

Tamales go deep in Costa Rican culture and they are one of the most accessible ways to tap into your inner Tico, especially during the Christmas and New Year holidays.

What is Coffee Leaf Tea?

Coffee leaf tea comes from the washed leaves of the coffee plant and has less caffeine then green tea. Coffee leaf tea tastes full,...

Minor Keith and the History of Costa Rica’s Train to Limon

In 1848 Minor Cooper Keith was born in Brooklyn New York, fathered by a successful lumber merchant while his mother's side had ties to...

Who Really Was The Costa Rica writer Carlos Luis Fallas?

A quick Google search will reveal that Carlos Luis Fallas “Costa Rican author and communist political activist.” Now, this isn’t exactly wrong. But neither...

The Bribri Indigenous Culture of Costa Rica

The world knows Costa Rica as a destination of breathtaking landscapes from the haunting cloud forests to the lush jungle rainforests, tropical beaches to...

Legacy of Costa Rica Afro-Caribbean Immigrants in the 1930’s

The author of the "Musings from an Afro-Costa Rican" column revisits her family history to question common stereotypes about Costa Rican racial history.

Boruca masks bring indigenous awareness to San José

The Boruca are an indigenous tribe, many of whom live on a reservation in the Talamanca Mountains.
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