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Thanksgiving in Costa Rica was a long time coming
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Thanksgiving in Costa Rica was a long time coming

Rebecca Kimitch - November 22, 2018

For Thanksgiving 2018 we're looking back on a 2005 piece that, in turn, looked back on Thanksgivings past in Costa Rica. This year, even fresh cranberries were…

What to do in Costa Rica in September
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Arts & Culture
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What to do in Costa Rica in September

Alissa Grosskopf - September 6, 2018

The hustle over the World Cup has ended, along with the pilgrimage to Cartago and Mother's Day. If you're wondering what on earth to do with yourself,…

Tamarindo to host underground electronica Ocaso Music Festival
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Events
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Tamarindo to host underground electronica Ocaso Music Festival

Elizabeth Lang - January 3, 2018

The beach town of Tamarindo, Guanacaste, will once more take a dip into the underground electronica music scene when the Ocaso Music Festival kicks off its second…

What to do during the high season: a few of our favorite summer events
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Arts & Culture
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What to do during the high season: a few of our favorite summer events

Katherine Stanley - December 18, 2017

With not only Christmas and New Year’s upon us, but also the best weather of the year in much of the country – sunny, dry and breezy…

PHOTOS: Costa Rica’s Festival of Light
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Holidays
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PHOTOS: Costa Rica’s Festival of Light

AFP - December 17, 2017

Costa Rica's traditional Festival de la Luz, a holiday parade through the heart of San José, filled the capital with holiday spirit on Saturday. This year's winner:…

Open doors, bright lights: Marina Pez Vela’s community outreach in Quepos
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Activities
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Open doors, bright lights: Marina Pez Vela’s community outreach in Quepos

Elizabeth Lang - November 29, 2017

QUEPOS, Puntarenas – The fate of this small coastal town has often been determined by external influences: the Standard Fruit Company, Palma Tica and, more recently, a…

Even Justin Trudeau is excited about Costa Rica’s first-ever international ice hockey tourney
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Even Justin Trudeau is excited about Costa Rica’s first-ever international ice hockey tourney

Bruce Callow - November 4, 2017

On Nov. 18, Costa Rica and the Castillo Country Club will write an important page in winter sports history when the puck is dropped in Costa Rica's first-ever international…

A reader’s glimpse of Monteverde recovery
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Photos & Video
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A reader’s glimpse of Monteverde recovery

The Tico Times - October 19, 2017

Tico Times reader Margaret Burton wrote to us from the United States to share this photo taken by her brother-in-law Michael Giampetroni in Monteverde in the days following…

Ocean-gazing under the dome
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Photos & Video
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Ocean-gazing under the dome

The Tico Times - October 17, 2017

Renowned Costa Rican pianist and composer Manuel Obregón, artist Carlos Hiller, underwater photographer Simón Bolivar, LUZ ART and the Children's Museum in San José have joined forces…

Teatro Espressivo brings message of peace to National Theater anniversary
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Arts and Culture
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Teatro Espressivo brings message of peace to National Theater anniversary

Katherine Stanley - October 13, 2017

On many levels, it’s a uniquely Costa Rican story. For starters, it’s taking place under the roof of what is arguably the country’s most iconic building, its…

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