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Central American countries promote multi-destination tourism

Government agencies, tourism boards and private companies from all seven countries in Central America have launched a joint partnership in a multi-destination travel initiative.
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Costa Rica to Inaugurate Restoration Project of Locomotive 130 and Open a Railroad Mural

The Association of Specific Development for the Preservation of...

When is a duck not a duck?

When it’s a black-bellied whistling duck.  If you don’t know...

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Illegal Fishing: The Ghost that Haunts Costa Rican Waters

Illegal, unreported, and unregulated (IUU) fishing is an enormous problem affecting Costa Rica, Panama, and Colombia. In particular, the marine protected areas that make...

Costa Rica celebrates 74 years without an army

Costa Rica on Monday is celebrating the 72nd anniversary of the abolition of its army.

2 Bodies Retrieved from Costa Rica Plane Crash

Costa Rican rescue groups found Saturday the bodies of two people who were traveling in a small plane that crashed Friday in the Caribbean...

Costa Rica Boy Snatched By Crocodile In Front Of His Family

Costa Rica authorities continued their search for a small boy that was attacked by a large crocodile late Sunday afternoon. The boy was spending...

Lula, elected president of Brazil after narrowly defeating Bolsonaro

The leftist former president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva will return to power in Brazil for the third time after defeating the far-right Jair...

Costa Rica Airfare Deal: Flights Starting at just $329

It seems that airfare to anywhere, much less Costa Rica, is getting more and more expensive these days with prices being especially expensive during...

Turtle Nesting at Costa Rica’s Ostional Wildlife Refuge

The arrival of olive ridley turtles (Lepidochelys olivacea) in the Ostional National Wildlife Refuge is typical during November. Hundreds of turtles lay their eggs...

Unfulfilled Promises Hinder the Development of Costa Rica’s Limon Province

Limón Province is gorgeous and could easily be one of the most prosperous regions in Costa Rica. Its natural and scenic beauty, wide range...

Meet the White-nosed Coati

The sloths, monkeys and wild cats may be the headliners, but the white-nosed coati is secretly Costa Rica’s most famous mammal. Or at the...

Costa Rica Expat Life: La Pobrecita

Recently I was driving from Dominical to Quepos, on the Costenara highway. My first 20 yearsin Costa Rica, this 40km stretch was unpaved, a...
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Traditional Christmas Concerts kickstart Holiday Season in Costa Rica

The National Symphony Orchestra of Costa Rica (OSNCR) and the National Symphonic Choir will unite this week to present the traditional Christmas Concerts in...

Costa Rican government presents National Development and Public Investment Plan 2023-2026

The Costa Rican government presented the National Development and Public Investment Plan (PNDIP) 2023-2026. The activity was held at the F5 auditorium of the...

Meet the White-nosed Coati

The sloths, monkeys and wild cats may be the headliners, but the white-nosed coati is secretly Costa Rica’s most famous mammal. Or at the...

Costa Rica celebrates 74 years without an army

Costa Rica on Monday is celebrating the 72nd anniversary of the abolition of its army.

Costa Rican government to install scanners at ports and airports in 2023

The president of Costa Rica, Rodrigo Chaves, announced last Wednesday the implementation of a project to place scanners in ports to combat smuggling and...
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