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Costa Rica Beach Safety: Beware of Rip Currents

Rip currents – more commonly known as rip tides or undertows – are among the most dangerous and ubiquitous members of Costa Rica’s beach...

Understanding The Danger Of Costa Rica Rip Currents

Knowing how to recognize and handle rip currents in Costa Rica can make your day at the beach more enjoyable and safe.

Ocean safety in Costa Rica

Rip currents (also known as rip tides) are one of the most dangerous and ubiquitous members of Costa Rica’s beach communities.

Dangerous ocean currents on Costa Rican Pacific today

There is no risk to the coastal population. However, people are advised to withdraw from the beaches along the Pacific coast.

Costa Rica reports 96 aquatic deaths in 2020

While some of the country's most-popular destinations — Manuel Antonio, Parque Marino Ballena, Playa Ventanas, Cocles, Manzanillo and Tamarindo — have lifeguards, the majority of Costa Rica's beaches do not. 

Red Cross reminds bathers of ocean safety in Costa Rica

While some of the country's most-popular destinations — Manuel Antonio, Parque Marino Ballena, Playa Ventanas, Cocles, Manzanillo and Tamarindo — have lifeguards, the majority of Costa Rica's beaches do not. 

Beach and Ocean Safety: ‘Vacation brain’ in Costa Rica can be Deadly

Costa Rica has a high number of beach drownings for its size. That's due, in part, to the lack of lifeguards and vacationers letting their guard down at the beach, experts say. Here we provide tips for staying safe and a downloadable fact sheet on rip currents.

Understanding Rip Currents

Rip currents (more commonly known as rip tides or undertows) are one of the most dangerous and ubiquitous members of Costa Rica’s beach communities. While...

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