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‘Costa Rican hot springs’ makes an awfully nice mantra

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #tanlindacostarica

Environment Ministry reports spike in illegal tours to Arenal Volcano’s summit

Authorities warned that National Police or Tourism Police officers will charge those responsible for tours into restricted areas with disobedience of authority.

Last-minute getaways for the holidays

Here are some ideas for last-minute getaways over the holidays in Costa Rica, from birdwatching in Monteverde to rafting the Pacuare River and more.

Government pledges to speed up construction of San Carlos highway

Residents and entrepreneurs from Costa Rica’s northern zone on Wednesday met with President Luis Guillermo Solís and asked him to move faster with the project to build a new road to San Carlos, a project they have been waiting for more than 40 years.

Nicaragua’s Momotombo Volcano erupts for first time in 110 years

Nicaragua's Momotombo Volcano erupted Wednesday for the first time in 110 years. The explosion of gases, ash and small quantities of lava was not initially expected to be dangerous to the population because the debris fell in remote locations, Nicaraguan officials said.

Turrialba Volcano steams

Turrialba Volcano has been steaming -- literally -- after the attention Arenal Volcano got for releasing smoke-like vapor over the weekend.

Unlicensed guides are risking tourists’ lives by taking them too close to Costa Rica’s active volcanoes

Seeing an active volcano is one of Costa Rica’s main attractions for both local and foreign tourists, but people in the country’s NorthEast area are risking the lives of travelers by taking groups of them just meters away from craters at distances that could be fatal if an eruption or a gas explotion occurs.

TIMELINE: A recent volcanic history of Costa Rica

Check out a photo timeline of some of the biggest volcanic eruptions in Costa Rica over the last 150 years.

Kalambu combines a waterpark with thermal pools

Water rides and thermal pools and a view of a perfect volcanic cone? For the suburban vacationer who prefers an antiseptic alternative to actual rivers, Kalambu will fit the bill.

Following recent crime wave, Solís announces new investment in San Carlos police force

President Luis Guillermo Solís and Public Security Minister Celso Gamboa traveled to San Carlos, Alajuela, on Monday, to announce an investment of more than ₡205 million ($383,000) in the canton’s National Police force following a rash of robberies and attacks in the area, a popular tourist destination.

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