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Why Travellers should Visit Dominical, Costa Rica in 2022

Exploring the South Pacific Coast can lead you to one of Costa Rica's old beach towns, still untouched by urbanization and overwhelming commercialism. Dominical...

Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail to Save the Whales

When people think of the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) their minds don’t readily jump to concerns about whales migrating along the Pacific Coast. Well,...

USA Today names Costa Rica in ‘best vacation spots for couples’ list

The news publication USA Today has included Costa Rica on its list of the best vacation spots for couples in 2021.

Whale Watching in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a diverse country of such exceptional wildlife and exotic landscapes where the beauty extends deep out into its waters. Marine life...

Watch: Feet away from a humpback whale off the coast of Costa Rica

It was an experience unlike any other.

PHOTOS: Chasing Moby at Uvita’s Whale and Dolphin Festival

September is probably the best month to see majestic humpback whales with their babies in the shallow waters of Bahía Ballena off the Pacific coast town of Uvita.

In Uvita, the whale brings a big wave of tourism

Uvita travel and tourism finds its lifeblood through the humpback and Bryde's whales that make their way through the waters of Ballena Marine National Park each year.

Watch: Snorkelers swim with pseudorcas off Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula

Pseudorcas are the third-largest members of the dolphin family and are closely related to orcas, or killer whales.

Giant wave overturns whale watching boat in Uvita

A boat carrying 32 tourists for a whale watching tour overturned Monday when a 6-foot wave crashed against the side of the boat, the Red Cross confirmed to The Tico Times. The tourists were mostly Costa Ricans on holiday for Independence Day.

Whale festival, rugby tournament, and other happenings around Costa Rica

A roundup of the best events going on Sept. 5 – 11.

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