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Nicoya Ferry Fees Raised Again

Chrissie Long - November 16, 2010

Coonatramar, the company that operates the ferry between the Central Pacific port city of Puntarenas and Playa Naranjo on the Nicoya Peninsula, will increase its rates this…

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Prices Raised for Automobile Transport on Nicoya Peninsula’s Paquera Ferry

Adam Williams - October 13, 2010

Beginning Wednesday, the price for cars to travel on the Paquera Ferry will be raised from ¢6,300 ($12.50) to ¢7,800 ($15.47). All other forms of transport, including…

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Paquera ferry adjusts schedule

Tico Times - June 25, 2010

  The ferry shuttling passengers between the Pacific port of Puntarenas and Paquera, on the Nicoya Peninsula, will have a new schedule next month to accommodate an…

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Ramp collapse causes closure of Nicoya ferry

Tico Times - March 19, 2010

The ferry that runs between Puntarenas, on Costa Rica´s central Pacific, and Paquera, on the Nicoya Peninsula, will be out of service for at least a week.…

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Finca Esperanza Verde: A Model for Ecotourism

Blake Schmidt - October 17, 2008

SAN RAMON – Whereas people were more likely to see Kalashnikov-toting guerrillas along these verdant mountaintops two decades ago, today visitors come to see the migratory birds,…

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Private Sector Helps Promotes Ecotourism

Tim Rogers - October 26, 2007

MANAGUA – Leaders of the tourism sector launched several initiatives last week aimed at strengthening the country’s position as an ecotourism destination. With the help of a…

Hiking in Costa Rica at the Barva Volcano
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Hiking in Costa Rica at the Barva Volcano

Contributors - September 15, 2006

Hiking in Costa Rica is an extraordinary experience, especially when you can go with a group of fellow hikers and have access to reliable transportation to reach…

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Dúrika Foundation and Reserve: Experiencing Ecotourism at Its Greenest

Dorothy MacKinnon - March 10, 2006

Part of the appeal of living in Costa Rica for many foreigners is the chance to downsize and simplify. But you haven’t seen the simple life until…

Hiking In Costa Rica in the Children’s Eternal Rain Forest
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Hiking In Costa Rica in the Children’s Eternal Rain Forest

Contributors - June 24, 2005

TO get your finger on the pulse of the rain forest, you must go at night. It is then that chirping insects create a primitive rhythm, snakes…

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Travel Guide Highlights Rural, Community-based Ecotourism

Katherine Stanley - December 17, 2004

DON’T let thetitle fool you;“The New Key toCosta Rica” isactually the country’soldest travelguide, founded in1976 by longtimeresident and eventualCosta Ricancitizen JeanWallace. Still,Beatrice Blake,Wallace’s daughter,who has editedthe guide…