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Guanacaste: A Wealth of Costa Rica Traditions and Culture

Guanacaste’s wealth goes beyond its beautiful beaches and booming development. The northwestern province is one of Costa Rica’s biggest cultural storehouses in food, traditions...

Prepare to party: Costa Rica readies for Fiestas de Palmares 2020

The Palmares tope is one of the country’s most famous, with cowboys from all over the country turning up to show off their riding skills and sometimes other talents. 

Photos: National Oxcart Parade celebrates Costa Rican culture and traditions in San José

The National Oxcart Parade celebrated Costa Rican history and traditions in the streets of San José.

When you wish upon a grape…

For 12 grapes, 12 wishes for the New Year. #tanlindaCostaRica #TTPicOfTheDay

A holiday filled with color and dance

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #TanLindaCostaRica

PHOTOS: Celebrating independence in Limón

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #TanLindaCostaRica

To the streets we go, bearing lanterns

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #TanLindaCostaRica

Celebrating Costa Rica Independence Day: Why the Lantern Parade?

When I was growing up, faroles – the handmade lanterns meant to symbolize the 19th-century journey that brought the message of Central American independence to Costa Rica – were simple constructions, made of paper.

Holidays in Costa Rica: Baby Jesus is more popular than Santa Claus

Despite all of the marketing efforts to make Santa Claus the star of Christmas in Costa Rica, 39 percent of Tico parents polled in a survey last month said they tell their children that Baby Jesus, known in Spanish as El Niño or El Niñito, is the one who brings gifts on Christmas Eve.

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