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Is there a lion on the loose in Sarapiquí?

Is there a lion on the loose in Costa Rica? That's a question the National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) hopes to answer after reports of a sighting in Puerto Viejo de Sarapiquí.

Costa Rica receives $54.1 million from Green Climate Fund for reducing emissions

Costa Rica thus became the first country in Central America to receive resources from the Green Climate Fund.

Costa Rica bets on carbon offsets to conserve environment, support eco-tourism

Costa Rica is offering tourists the opportunity to reduce their carbon footprint as part of a program to support ecotourism.

Photo of army ants in Costa Rica wins international award

Costa Rica's striking natural beauty looks almost as good on camera as it does in person. 

Travel Alert: Sarapiquí Highway Open Again

Following the devastating floods and road closures that hit the area last month, access to Sarapiquí has returned to normal. Officials from Sarapiquí's Tourism Chamber said in a statement Wednesday that Route 4 is back to full service within the cantón popular among foreign and national tourists.

UPDATE: US tourist drowns in Costa Rica rafting trip

A 40-year-old woman from the United States drowned in an accident on the Sarapiquí river Thursday, the Costa Rican Red Cross confirmed to The Tico Times.

Large mudslide partially blocks Sarapiquí River in Alajuela

Officials of the National Emergency Commission (CNE) confirmed that a mudslide on Thursday night partially blocked the Sarapiqui River in north-central Costa Rica.

Untapped destinations hope to attract visitors at Expotur

Costa Rican tour operators at this year’s Expotur trade fair are hoping to open the eyes of visitors with offerings in the biodiverse and unheralded interior regions of the country.

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