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Two pensioners were stuck in Costa Rica during the pandemic. This is their story

"We were lucky," the author writes. "We were staying in one of the most beautiful places that we have ever been to, and we acquired a family that shared their wonderful home with us."

Solís promises rapid rebuilding in Hurricane Otto’s wake; donation drives continue

President Luís Guillermo Solís and government agencies shared their million-dollar estimates for the price of repairs after touring through areas hit by Hurricane Otto.

A small town unites to help Hurricane Otto victims – the Costa Rican way

The small town of Bijagua has united to help its Hurricane Otto victims, as well as folks from nearby Upala.

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.

Closure of Guatuso entrance to Tenorio Volcano National Park worries an entire community

Tourism entrepreneurs in the canton of Guatuso, in northeastern Alajuela, are on the verge of losing their businesses following the closure of a path known as “La Paz” that provides the community access to popular tourist destinations in the Tenorio Volcano National Park. Those destinations include Río Celeste, Laguna Azul, La Paz waterfall, and a sector of hot springs.

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