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Room2Board gives hostels a good name

It was clear that the Room2Board staff was giddy about its “boutique hostel,” and deservedly so: The place is well designed, sparklingly clean, and a coconut's toss from the beach. They have marketed themselves shrewdly – Room2Board caters to surfers and discriminating backpackers.

Panama, US to start Global Entry, Global Pass programs on July 15

Global Entry allows Panamanians who comply with requirements to register to enter the U.S. in an expedited manner, while Global Pass facilitates the entry of U.S. residents into Panama.

Expedia is accepting bitcoin for hotel stays

Yet another company has decided to take bitcoin. Expedia, the travel-booking company based in Bellevue, Washington, says that customers will now be able to spend their hard-earned cryptocurrency on hotel stays.

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.

Beyoncé reunites with Destiny’s Child in Costa Rica for Kelly Rowland’s wedding

The Grammy-award winning R&B trio arrived at Daniel Oduber international airport in Liberia, Guanacaste on Thursday.

Flying over the Osa Peninsula

The view from an airplane flying over Drake Bay in the Osa Peninsula in Costa Rica's southern Pacific region. The Osa Peninsula has more...

Costa Rica fans drive to Brazil in … The Chunche

There are many ways to get to Brazil for the World Cup in June. One trio of Costa Ricans will drive there in what they call “El Chunche.”

Our tree house vacation, by way of a giant mudslide

My family and I had been exploring the Pacific coast of Costa Rica for two sunny weeks before we finally made our way to the country's interior rain forest. It was supposed to be a six-hour drive from our last stop, the surf town of Santa Teresa, to our final destination, Tree Houses Hotel Costa Rica in Santa Clara.

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.

Costa Rica’s oldest city reopens to tourists after renovation

Its ruins have been restored and more indigenous structures have been unearthed. And now the ancient site of Guayabo has reopened for visitors.

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