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Puerto Viejo, Costa Rica : A fight to preserve culture

More than a century of racist laws and policies helped shape Limón. Communities and their distinctive cultures were forged through hardships often condoned by the Costa Rican government. But now the province’s Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Tourism hopes to turn the region into “a new Cancún,”

New Sexual Assault in Costa Rica’s Southern Caribbean concerns Tourism Industry

The Costa Rica Chamber of Tourism has called an emergency meeting to address security issues and foreign tourists, especially in the Southern Caribbean as...

Costa Rica Minister of Public Security Apologizes for Sexual Assault Crime near Puerto Viejo

In response to the report of a sexual assault against a tourist near Puerto Viejo, the Ministry of Public Security expressed its deepest condemnation...

Costa Rica Surfing in Puerto Viejo: The Caribbean’s Ultimate Waves

Sunshine, surfing and reggae make Puerto Viejo one of the preferred destinations of many Costa Ricans. There’s something about the Caribbean that makes you relax,...

Reconstruction continues after July floods

The National Emergency Commission (CNE) this week detailed the ongoing response to the July flooding that caused damage in the Costa Rican Caribbean, Turrialba and in the Northern Zone.

Route 36 bridge has opened

A bridge reestablishing transit on Route 36 near Penshurst, Limón, was finished and opened on Thursday morning, authorities reported. 

Costa Rica begins evaluating flooding damage

The Costa Rican government on Wednesday began a comprehensive evaluation of damage caused by the flooding that occurred last weekend.

Costa Rica under ‘State of National Emergency’ after flooding

The Costa Rican government on Tuesday declared a State of National Emergency as the country continues to recover from significant flooding and infrastructure damage that occurred over the weekend.

Where to donate to Costa Rica disaster relief

Dozens of commercial centers across Costa Rica will begin collecting donations for families that have been displaced by widespread flooding.

Updates on Costa Rica’s flood recovery efforts

These are the latest updates from Costa Rican authorities on disaster-recovery efforts underway after flooding destroyed homes and key infrastructure in various parts of the country over the weekend. 

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