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Costa Rica stands out in the world press as a destination to visit after the crisis

They miss us and we are present in the minds of potential tourists in our main markets. Remembering Costa Rica and in these weeks of quarantined in their countries, ours stands out for the diversity of natural attractions and biodiversity, the fullness that is...

How To Trek 10 Waterfalls Through Costa Rica’s Las Monas Rainforest

Waterfalls and hiking are synonymous with adventure-seekers in Costa Rica. There is no shortage of spectacular displays of crashing waters in the destination. This holds true for the Las Monas Rainforest (named “the monkeys” for the plentiful mammals seen in the area). Airbnb Experiences offers...

Welcome to Dalila’s world: The Osa Peninsula

Agregarious red-lored parrot named Paco has dropped by Albergue La Laguna, in the remote mountain community of La Tarde on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula. Paco is striking, with bright green feathers all over, a brilliant patch of red above his beak, and a dusting of...

Costa Rica, A Visit This Month Means Big Surf and Less Rain

In March, the peak dry season in Costa Rica offers travelers bigger surf, better chances to spot wildlife as trees drop their leaves, and sparse rain—particularly in the more arid province of Guanacaste, in the country's north Pacific. The large, northwestern area surrounding the city...

Costa Rica’s Rainforests

There are many wonders in Costa Rica, the rainforests are just one them in a country with unmatched biodiversity. While Costa Rica may be a small country, land-wise, there are nearly 100 species of trees in the rainforests. As well, the can't miss sloths,...

Six Unique Reasons To Visit Costa Rica By Sabrina Chakici

Where lush green rainforest meets the vast blue ocean and wildlife roams free, Costa Rica is the perfect ‘wanderlust’ destination for active adventurers. With so much to see and do, if you haven’t already visited the popular Latin American country here’s six reasons why you...

Man Falls To His Death On Trip To Celebrate His 65th Birthday in Costa Rica

Celebrating his 65th in Costa Rica, John Anderson plummeted 30 meters (100ft) to his death while rappelling from a rainforest treetop restaurant at the Pacuare Lodge over the weekend. According to friends and his business partner, Anderson, former CEO of shopping mall operator and a...

Finding paradise: Texan Shares Tales From Trip To Costa Rica

Q TRAVEL by - The sounds of the rainforest awaken me without fail. No need for an alarm clock here. Often, it is a howler monkey roar, like the refrain of a rondo, interspersed with various bird and insect calls. In the dark, at...


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