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November 2016
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Top Places to Visit in Costa Rica: Jaco Beach

From being one of the world’s top surfing destinations to its small surf town vibe, Jaco Beach is one of the top places to visit in Costa Rica. The Central Pacific Coast is one of the top places to visit in Costa Rica, and Jacó Beach is at the center of it all. Here the...
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Veragua Rainforest in Costa Rica gives helping hand to neighbors

Veragua Rainforest Eco-Adventure Park in Costa Rica positively impacts local communities in Costa Rica. A decade ago the three tiny communities of Brisas de Veragua de Limon, Union of the Peje River and Rio Blanco,  in the mountains near the port of Limon on Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast, subsisted solely on logging, agriculture, and working...
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Helpful Tips for Mountain Biking in Guanacaste, Costa Rica

Whether you want an extreme 100-mile race or an easy singletrack trail, mountain biking in Guanacaste is some of the best in Costa Rica, especially by Rincon de la Vieja Volcano. Costa Rica is known around the world for superb mountain biking. Earlier this month, hundreds of international riders competed in the 24th annual La...
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New airline routes open Costa Rica to Latin America travel

Starting in December 2016, Costa Rica is the new hub for low-cost flights to explore other destinations in Latin America. When you live in Costa Rica, or come for an extended stay, there are so many interesting things to do and see here that you can easily spend all of your free time traveling in...
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Quetzal at Monteverde, Costa Rica, photo courtesy of Rony Castro, naturalist guide at El Establo Mountain Hotel.

Birding at El Establo Mountain Hotel in Monteverde, Costa Rica

If you’re learning more about birding, or already an avid birdwatcher wanting to check a few more species off your list, Monteverde is the place for you. What better place to enjoy this activity than in a tropical cloud forest, where you may combine birding with nightwalks, ziplines through nature, butterfly parks, spa treatments and...
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Top Five Hotels in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica: Hotel Tropico Latino

Lauded by guests as their “favorite place in Costa Rica”, Hotel Tropico Latino gets rave reviews on TripAdvisor. Find out why Tropico Latino is a Top 5 Hotel in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica. With more than 190 “Excellent” reviews on TripAdvisor, Hotel Tropico Latino is now rated one of the Top Five Hotels in Santa...
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Visit Costa Rica as your next culinary destination

What does the new Costa Rican cuisine look like? If Chef Randy Siles is any indication, its innovative, eco-friendly and socially conscious.  He took a recipe handed down from Colonial times, “Arroz con Leche” or Rice Pudding, and turned it into “Tico Crème Brulee Rice Cream”, served with different fresh tropical fruit like pineapple, passion...
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It’s an Adventure Getting to Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge in Costa Rica!

Half the adventure of visiting Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge is getting to the award-winning Costa Rica ecolodge near the Osa Peninsula. Flying down the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica toward the Osa Peninsula and southern region is incredible. Morning hours give us clear visibility as we leave San Jose and the Central Valley, rising above...
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Yoga class by Nancy Goodfellow at Pranamar Villas in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica

Combine perfect vacation with a Yoga Certification, what could be better?

Whether you want to dedicate yourself to teaching yoga, or you´d like to elevate your knowledge of the practice, this Yoga Teacher Training is for you. Nancy Goodfellow, owner of Pranamar Oceanfront Villas and Yoga Retreat, has teamed up with Esteban Salazar, owner of Krama Studio in San José, to teach this exciting instructor training...
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Hiking at Playa Nicuesa Rainforest Lodge in Costa Rica

Could you survive in the jungle if you were lost?

One moment you’re walking along a rainforest trail enjoying the incredible sounds and sights, when suddenly you spot monkeys hopping from tree to tree. You definitely want to get pictures of that, so you go off the trail following the monkeys. Before long, you’ve been so busy looking up and chasing the monkeys that now...
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