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Surf Sunday: Watch ‘Endless Summer II,’ A film that popularized Tamarindo

By the 1990s, Tamarindo and nearby surf spots — Witch's Rock, Ollie's Point — weren't exactly secrets, but the release of “Endless Summer II” really broke things wide open.

Costa Rican Olympian Hennessey Was Born To Surf

It’s a long way from the jungles of Costa Rica to the Olympic Stadium in Tokyo, but it is a journey that Brisa Hennessey...

The Legendary Surf Town of Pavones Costa Rica

Near the border of Panama in the most southern area of Costa Rica scarlet macaws sound through the trees and the essence of pura...

Costa Rica’s surfing and fishing aquateen

If Tosh Talbot had gills, he would live full time in the ocean. From the time he took his first steps, he has been...

Learning to surf in Costa Rica: 5 basic rules of surf etiquette

If you are planning on learning how to surf in Costa Rica, you need to learn some of the basic rules and etiquette of...

Costa Rica’s Playa Hermosa named as World Surfing Reserve

Playa Hermosa in Costa Rica was named as a World Surfing Reserve (WSR) due to its excellent waves and biodiversity.

Costa Rica Asks for Financial Help to Deal with Wave of Migration

Costa Rican President Rodrigo Chaves asked Wednesday at the Davos forum for financial support so that the country can continue to be "just as...

A Costa Rica Expat’s View on Driving in Costa Rica

Are you tired of driving on smooth, well-maintained roads with clear signage and courteous drivers? Are you looking for a truly thrilling driving experience?...

Travel + Leisure Names Costa Rica among Best Scuba Diving Destinations in the World

According to Travel + Leisure magazine, Costa Rica has one of the best places in the world to practice diving: Cocos Island."Costa Rica's Cocos...

Costa Rica Wildlife – Meet the Jabiru Stork

There are few big birds in Costa Rica. Great curassows and black guans are hefty. Great blue herons and great egrets are tall. Nobody...
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