The desk of “Don Pepe” declared a patrimony and is now officially owned by the José Figueres Ferrer

Ownership of the desk of "Don Pepe" (Jose Maria Figueres Ferrer) was officially transferred...

Costa Rica May Soon Have A New Holiday: Abolition of the Army Day!

Days before Costa Rica celebrates the 70th anniversary of the abolition of its army,...

Mercado Borbón Now Online With Fresh Products And At Great Prices

When was the last time you visited the Mercado Borbón, the city market located...

A Glimpse of Mars in Costa Rica?

A crater lake in the Poás Volcano in Costa Rica may hold the secrets...

Melissa Guzman shares Her Recipes and Secrets to Living Longer, Healthier & Happier

Born and raised in Costa Rica, Melissa Guzman has always had a passion for...

Liberia airport store offer tourists the secrets of the Nicoya longevity

Tourists passing through the Daniel Oduber airport in Liberia, Costa Rica, will be able...

How Much Do You Know About the Day of the Dead?

On November 1 and 2, Mexico celebrates one of the most important and popular...

The Plant People Are Buying Online For A ‘Legal High’: It’s Not Cannabis.

A recent study by a group of scientists in Bern, Switzerland examining a cannabinoid...

Bees. An Endangered Species!

We learn in childhood about bees and their role in fertilization. Without bees, we...

A “Clean Well Lighted Place” for a Drink

In my travels, I have been fortunate enough to have enjoyed adult beverages at...

Encuentro de Culturas October 12 Is A National Holiday in Costa Rica

In Costa Rica, October 12, is called “Encuentro de Culturas” (Encounter of Cultures), changed...

With drones and lasers, Costa Rica seeks to track its forests

SAN JOSE (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Costa Rica has long monitored its forests and...

Anthropology professor helps create website to track baby monkey in Costa Rica

A new website allows students to virtually follow a monkey through a jungle more...

Could Costa Rica become a “gene bank” for giraffes?

Giraffes face 'silent extinction' as population. The giraffe (jirafa in Spanish), the tallest land...

Gran Hotel Costa Rica reopens in San Jose after three-year restoration

It started in 2016, the restoration of the Gran Hotel Costa Rica, a historical...

Bye bye bugs? Scientists fear non-pest insects are declining

(AP) — A staple of summer — swarms of bugs — seems to be...

Texas Tech opens new campus in Costa Rica

Compared to countries in Asia and the Gulf that host the majority of American...

Pagans Step Out of the Shadows in Sunny Costa Rica

Think paganism, and you probably don’t think of a conservative, Catholic-majority country in Central...

The Orosi Valley

The Orosi Valley is located just a short distance to the southeast of San...

Costa Rica tells us that there is something beyond money that is important

(HUFFPOST) Every Sunday, when his health allows, 100-year-old Francisco Gómez gets a ride from...

Friday officially starts the 10th Annual Whale and Dolphin Festival in Osa

This Friday, September 7, the 10th Annual Festival of whales and dolphins officially begins....

Book Fair 2018 At The Antigua Aduana

Looking for something to read? Try a visit to the Book Fair (Feria Internacional...

Thanks to Climate Change, Oranges Are the New Coffee in Costa Rica

(WRI) Coffee is core to Costa Rica's economy and its national identity. Farmers have...

Welcome to Dalila’s world: The Osa Peninsula

Agregarious red-lored parrot named Paco has dropped by Albergue La Laguna, in the remote...

Costa Rican Olympic medalist Sylvia Poll highlights that she was a Nicaraguan immigrant and asks for solidarity with Costa Rica

Former National Record holding swimmer and Olympic medalist Sylvia Poll remembered her childhood when she...

Nicaraguans in San Jose walk together for safety and survive on ¢300 colones daily

What's it like to be a Nicaraguan migrant in Costa Rica today? Contrary to...

Cacique Guaro, A Tarnished Brand?

Cacique Guaro is the "guaro de los Ticos". At least it once was. The...

Immerse yourself in the experience of a flight with the Space Drone Simulator SDS-1 at the Paseo de las Flores

For the first time in Costa Rica, the Space Drone Simulator SDS-1, arriving from...

20 Scams and Sneaky Tricks at Costa Rica Supermarkets

You try your best to save a few colones every time you hit the...

Yes, we have no bananas… or we won’t soon, if fusarium wilt isn’t stopped.

Some suggest the banana is on the brink of extinction. Panama disease, also known...

Hand-Painted Tiles of Barrio Amon

Many times I will tell visitors to Downtown San José, that they should take...

I Saw The Arenal Explode!

That morning, on July 29, 1968, the was nothing unusual. At least that's how...

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