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The History of Quepos and Manuel Antonio Costa Rica

The fascinating history of Quepos and Manuel Antonio, from the Spanish invasion to the banana company to the national park to the marina.

New US Covid entry requirements begin November 8

The United States on Monday will begin enforcing new Covid-19 testing and vaccination requirements for incoming air travelers. They apply to all air passengers...

Guanacaste celebrates upcoming tourism season with new flights

The flight marked the beginning of an anticipated high season for the Costa Rican tourism sector.

American Airlines launches new flights to Costa Rica

It’s a big week for American Airlines and Costa Rica. The Texas-based airline is launching new flights to Costa Rica from Chicago and Austin,...

UK lifts quarantine requirement for vaccinated Costa Ricans

The United Kingdom now allows anyone traveling there with a Costa Rican vaccination certificate to enter the country without having to isolate.

American Airlines cancels thousands of flights due to staff shortage

American Airlines has had to cancel more than 2,000 flights since Friday due to staffing shortages triggered by weather-related disruptions, according to FlightAware data. The...
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Central American Countries Declare Emergency as Dengue Deaths Rise

A hundred people have died this year from a dengue outbreak in Central America, where the most affected country is Guatemala, with half of...

Maritime Patrols Intensify as Panama Tightens Border Control

Panama reinforced maritime surveillance on Thursday, after closing some passages in the Darién jungle to control the arrival of migrants traveling to the United...

Talamanca Coastal Plan Sparks Controversy and Calls for Investigation

Several environmental organizations and lawmakers have asked authorities to investigate the alleged conflict of interest and influence peddling by occupants of the Maritime Terrestrial...