Month

March 2011

Rancho Humo, natural experience

Rancho Humo, Natural Experience Protected and Nature Conservancy Reserve in Guanacaste Costa Rica. Rancho Humo is a private reserve of 2640 acres located at the heart of a major conservation area, which includes Palo Verde National Park. Here you can experience numerous ecosystems: mangrove, wetlands, dry tropical rainforest, pastures, a large variety of flora and...
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Hotel Tropico Latino

Relaxation is the word to describe Tropico latino, yoga, spa, amazing beach and stunning surroundings!! Just take a look to this journey… Hotel trópico Latino Slideshow: Hotel’s trip from Province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica to Santa Teresa was created by TripAdvisor. 
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San Jose, a small look!

San Jose is the capital of Costa Rica, a city with history, that has been changing throughout the years, whether for good or for bad. Leaving aside the reasons why the city is considered unpleasant and unsafe, this place has several points in its favor, and its never late to stand them out. As any...
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Culture and art all around Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a well known country, for its diversity in flora and fauna, ecotourism and sustainability, everything in the same equation. However, there are a number of characteristics that   might not be signature features in a global level, but are important elements of the real Costa Rica, which open a big amount of options to...
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Art, Sun and Fun! San Jose

Sunny days and a perfect temperature is the correct match to enjoy the summer time in San Jose-Costa Rica. The capital city is full of things to do! Mainly during the weekends! Hosted by the Municipality of San Jose, the 2011 Transiarte Festival (March 12 and March 13) was a collage of art expressions in...
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Rafting at Pacuare river

Pacuare river offers you class III and IV rapids along with a breathtaking scenary of Costa Rica and a variety of tropical flora and fauna!! Rafting combines the adrenaline and adventure all in one tour!! Explornatura will give you all of this, what are you waiting for!!
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Adventure and nature in one word: Pacuare!

The Pacuare river is one of the most important rivers in Costa Rica, with approximately 108 km long, it is originated in “Cordillera de Talamanca”. Surrounded by a rainforest that housed a variety of exotic animals such as jaguars, monkeys and a very large number of birds. This river is divided in different sections, each...
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Costa Rica´s National Stadium Big Opening

The National Stadium has been a really important piece in the history of Costa Rica, not only in the sports, but in other areas such as culture, politics and society. Originally founded in 1924, popularly known as “La tacita de plata”, this place housed some of the highlights of Costa Rican football, as well as...
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