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Costa Rica’s First Underwater Museum

Costa Rica’s efforts to protect the environment and develop sustainable and ecological tourist attractions, have led many businesses to come up with creative and...

The Body of the US diver missing in Costa Rica has been Found

According to the Costa Rican authorities, yesterday afternoon, the body of the American citizen who had been missing since 2 o'clock in the afternoon...

8 ways to beat Costa Rica’s rainy season

Every year from June through November, Costa Rica converts from a sunny tropical paradise to a grey and gloomy wetland, and though the 2014 rainy season has been uncharacteristically dry, this sunny weather is unlikely to last. But while much of the country may be slowly descending into a drizzly hellhole, there are still plenty of things to do in Costa Rica during the rainy season.

Imagine living underwater for 31 days. Or better: Watch other people do it.

"Fabien Cousteau is on the ocean floor right now, and he's not coming up for air until July." So begins Svati Kirsten Narula's story in the Atlantic magazine about the undersea adventure called Mission 31.

Actor Leonardo DiCaprio talks about illegal fishing in Costa Rica’s Cocos Island

DiCaprio highlighted the lack of enforcement in protected areas around the world, including his experience at Costa Rica's Cocos Island, in his remarks at the Our Oceans conference Tuesday in Washington, D.C.

Thousands of sea turtles arrive on Playa Ostional

Hundreds of thousands of Olive Ridley sea turtles have begun their annual decent on Playa Ostional on Costa Rica's Pacific Coast. Officials from the National System of Conservation Areas (SINAC) confirmed that the nesting season officially kicked off Sunday with the season's first mass nesting event, known locally as an arribada.

Costa Rica’s dolphin-safe tuna designation under scrutiny

As the Costa Rican government stalls on the publication of new tuna fishing regulations, one environmental group has taken matters into its own hands.

Obama will propose expanding Pacific Ocean marine sanctuary

WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. President Barack Obama on Tuesday will announce his intent to make a broad swath of the central Pacific Ocean off limits to fishing, energy exploration and other activities, according to senior White House officials. The proposal, slated to go into effect later this year after a comment period, could create the world's largest marine sanctuary and double the area of ocean globally that is fully protected.

Dancer who lost a leg in Boston Marathon bombing finds solace in Costa Rican scuba diving

The Boston Marathon bombing cost dancer Adrianne Haslet her left leg but through her own efforts and the generous support of others, she visited Costa Rica in February to complete her advanced open water scuba certification and fulfill a lifelong dream to swim with sharks.

Tourists pay up to $6,800 each to visit Costa Rica’s Isla del Coco National Park

Because of its scenic beauty on land and its great variety of marine species, German tourist Steven Almoa said Isla del Coca is one of the best places in the world for scuba diving.

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