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Costa Rica plans infrastructure improvements to national parks

The single greatest commitment is 850 million colones (about $1.4 million) to improve tourist facilities at Tenorio Volcano National Park.

Public Security, Environment Ministries join forces to protect parks

The Public Security Ministry (MSP) says it will join forces with the Environment Ministry (MINAE) to help protect Costa Rica’s national parks from illegal activity.

‘The Adventurer’s Son’ tells story of hiker’s disappearance in Costa Rica

A memoir by Roman Dial details the scientist and National Geographic Explorer's journey following his son's disappearance in Costa Rica. 

Osa Conservation to celebrate Álvaro Day, honoring father of Costa Rica’s national parks

On Feb. 15, Osa Conservation will host the second annual Álvaro Day, honoring the legacy of one of Costa Rica's most influential environmental figures. 

MINAE raises alarm about drug trafficking in Costa Rica’s protected land

As a result of the events, the Public Security Ministry confirmed it will increase the number of staff in Corcovado permanently.

Sunset at Corcovado

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Costa Rican researchers want to use nature sounds in healing therapies

Researchers recorded sounds present in various ecosystems, including secondary forest, mangrove forest, coastal areas and the ocean.

Alleged gold miners end protest at Corcovado National Park

Government officials pledged to evaluate available options to compensate 170 alleged former gold miners who claim they were evicted from the lands that are now part of Corcovado National Park.

Alleged gold miners camp outside Corcovado National Park, demand compensation 

The Public Security Ministry confirmed that 50 National Police officers had been sent to help Corcovado's park rangers and staffers respond to the demonstration.

Costa Rica unveils new stations in Corcovado National Park to attract tourism

Costa Rican President Luís Guillermo Solís on Friday unveiled new installations designed to attract increased tourism to Corcovado National Park.

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