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Costa Rica Investing $1.7m in National Park Infrastructure

Costa Rica is living up to its responsibility to it's protected lands. The government, in partnership with the private sector, will have a project called...

A Marine Conservation & Education Center opens in Costa Rica

Last November The Tico Times first reported on the growing initiative to establish a marine protected area (MPA) surrounding the Osa Peninsula. Since that time...

The Ugalde/Boza Osa Marine Reserve: A Call to Honor Costa Rica’s Leading Conservationists

On October 29th one of Costa Rica’s leading environmentalists, Mario Boza passed away after a near fifty year career dedicated to the conservation of...

Playa Hermosa (Osa) inaugurates accessible beach project

Playa Hermosa near Uvita, Puntarenas, this week inaugurated upgrades making it the first accessible beach in the Brunca region of Costa Rica.

Hiking in Corcovado Costa Rica: The Wildest Coastal Trail

Whales, dolphins, myriad jungle flora and even yachts may be spotted on the six-hour coastal hike from Drake Bay to Corcovado National Park on the Osa Peninsula.

Announcing The Tico Times’ next Deep Dive: Costa Rica’s Southern Zone

We're packing our bags again, and we want to hear from you.

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Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #tanlindacostarica

Long road ahead for relief efforts in Costa Rica’s Southern Zone

This image, taken by Rocio Vargas of the Asociación Caminos de Osa, provides a glimpse of the extensive relief efforts being carried out by...

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.

Corcovado Costa Rica: Change is coming to a timeless place

New rules at Corcovado National Park prohibit outside food, and some are not happy, but some say it's a change for the better.

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