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Rio Celeste

A Guide to Costa Rica’s Rio Celeste

One of Costa Rica's enchanted wonders is hidden within the Tenorio Volcano National Park, the magic that is Rio Celeste. Meaning blue river when...

4 Non-Trivial Places to Visit in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a small country in Central America that is known for its natural beauties: sandy beaches, volcanoes, animals, and plants. The capital...

Pic of the Day: The magical Río Celeste waterfall

Tenorio Volcano National Park in Costa Rica is home to this stunning waterfall and vivid blue river. The water is so blue, you’ll think your eyes are playing tricks on you.

Pic of the Day: Costa Rica’s magical Río Celeste

Costa Rica's Tenorio Volcano National Park is home to the stunning Río Celeste.

Blue magic in northern Costa Rica

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #tanlindaCostaRica

Closure of Guatuso entrance to Tenorio Volcano National Park worries an entire community

Tourism entrepreneurs in the canton of Guatuso, in northeastern Alajuela, are on the verge of losing their businesses following the closure of a path known as “La Paz” that provides the community access to popular tourist destinations in the Tenorio Volcano National Park. Those destinations include Río Celeste, Laguna Azul, La Paz waterfall, and a sector of hot springs.

Tenorio’s Door: A rustic escape by Río Celeste

To reach Tenorio’s Door, I took an unmarked taxi up a rubble-strewn road in the middle of the night.

The blue waters of Costa Rica’s Río Celeste: Mystery solved

The turquoise tones of Río Celeste (Spanish for "Blue River") – one of Costa Rica’s most prominent natural jewels – "is mostly an optical phenomenon, not a chemical effect in the water," a research team formed by experts from the University of Costa Rica (UCR) and the National University (UNA) reported this week.

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