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Heavy rains lead to mass floods in the Pacific

Nearly 1,000 people have been evacuated to temporary shelter sites due to overflowing rivers in the provinces of Puntarenas and Guanacaste.

The True Appeal of Monteverde Costa Rica

In the wake of tropical storm Nate, the small community of Monteverde, Costa Rica came together to show what they are made of. For five...

Rains expected to lessen as of Saturday; Manuel Antonio reopens

Earlier this week, authorities expressed concerns that heavy rains, while typical this time of year in Costa Rica, might cause disproportionate damage to land – particularly riverbanks – already destabilized by Tropical Storm Nate in early October.

Manuel Antonio National Park closed due to heavy rains

Park administrators evacuated all tourists and researchers within the park on Tuesday and will continue to evaluate evolving weather conditions to determine when the park can reopen.

A reader’s glimpse of Monteverde recovery

Our image of the day from Costa Rica.

‘Pura vida’ on a mission: Monteverde recovers from Tropical Storm Nate

The spirit of collaboration and the willingness to act were, and still are, operating at levels rarely seen here in Monteverde – or anywhere.

Voices of Nate: Five first-hand accounts of Costa Rica’s devastating storm

The Tico Times is proud to share with you the voices of five people around the country who have been affected by Tropical Storm Nate and have played a key role in helping others recover from its impact.

U.S.-bound – and delighted

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #TanLindaCostaRica

Long road ahead for relief efforts in Costa Rica’s Southern Zone

This image, taken by Rocio Vargas of the Asociación Caminos de Osa, provides a glimpse of the extensive relief efforts being carried out by...

A helping hand in La Cruz, Guanacaste

Our daily Costa Rican moment of zen. #TanLindaCostaRica

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