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Why a Traveler to Costa Rica Should Visit Drake Bay

Making your way to Drake Bay will take a bit of planning and an adventurous spirit. It lies along the remoteness of Costa Rica’s...

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...

News briefs: National Geographic, Wall Street Journal highlight Costa Rica

Two prominent international publications have highlighted Costa Rica in their recent news coverage. 

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.

Travel Alert: Structural damage forces closure to Costanera Sur bridge

A damaged bridge on Costa Rica's Route 34 near Ciudad Cortés, Puntarenas, will affect driving on the Costanera until at least September, the Public Works and Transport Ministry (MOPT) confirmed Monday.

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. 

DGAC touts tourism benefits of renovated Drake Bay airport

Costa Rica upgraded Drake Bay Airport last year.

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.

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