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Costa Rica Eco Tour Catamaran Sailing

An Eco Tour to Remember: Exploring Isla Tortuga, Costa Rica, By Catamaran

Enjoy Costa Rica’s world famous golden coasts and turquoise waters while cruising the Gulf of Nicoya aboard a luxury catamaran. Add that little “extra something” to your family vacation, destination wedding or honeymoon in paradise by experiencing the…
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Nicoya Peninsula, Costa Rica, Rainforest Zip Line Canopy Tour

Playa Samara Canopy Tour: A Rainforest Adventure For Your Family Vacation In Costa Rica

Ever wondered what it feels like to glide through the trees of the rainforest canopy like Tarzan? Well, Costa Rica’s Wingnuts Canopy Tour in Playa Samara will take your family vacation in paradise to new heights! A rainforest canopy tour…
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Dominical Tourism, Costa Rica, Dolphin & Whale Watching Tour

A Dominical Adventure Tour That Amazes: Whale Watching in Costa Rica

No family vacation in Costa Rica would be complete without an eco adventure tour to see something truly spectacular. Nowadays, it seems that not only humans have fallen in love with the tropical paradise of Costa…
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Jaco Wildlife Tour: An Adventure with Costa Rica’s Crocodile Man

Crocodiles aren’t exactly known for being a man’s best friend, but it seems that the Rio Grande de Tarcoles, located about a half an hour outside of Playa Jaco, Costa Rica, makes the perfect setting for…
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Sunset Yoga in Dominical, Costa Rica, by Bamboo Yoga

Playa Dominical Costa Rica Offers Relaxing Sunset Yoga

No beach vacation in Costa Rica would be complete without an invigorating yoga session, especially if you enjoy surfing. If you are looking for some serious relaxation after a long day of battling the surf, then what better…
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Dominical Nauyuca Waterfalls in Central Pacific Costa Rica

Costa Rica Adventure Tour: Horseback Riding Through Nauyaca Waterfalls in Dominical

Dominical is home to the some of the most beautiful sites in Costa Rica and the Nauyaca Waterfalls are of no exception. If you are looking for a relaxing nature tour in Costa Rica then…
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Costa Rica Shark Diving Ecotourism on Isla de Coco

Costa Rica Scuba Diving Shark Tour on Isla de Coco, Puntarenas

Costa Rica’s Isla de Coco, Puntarenas, has been listed as one of the top ten places to go scuba diving with sharks.  In an article from the Spanish newspaper, El Pais, marine photographer Manú San Felix…
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Costa Rica's Sloth Sanctuary in Cahuita, Limon

Costa Rica Sloth Sanctuary In Cahuita Offers Fun & Educational Eco-Tour

Founded in 1997 and located in Cahuita, Limon, Costa Rica, the Sloth Sanctuary rescues and rehabilitates injured sloths. The mission of the Sloth Sanctuary is to ensure the protection of sloths in Costa Rica through…
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Costa Rica former President José María Figueres at Duke University

Democracy and Environmental Sustainability in Costa Rica

Former president of Costa Rica José María Figueres continues to promote Sustainable Development as the integrating architecture of governmental action.  On April 22nd Figueres delivered a speech at the Goodson Chapel at Duke University, North…
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Arenal La Reserva Forest Foundation wildflowers

Avatar Creators Support Project in Costa Rica

With the lights on and the 3D glasses thrown to the side the end of Avatar meant a return to reality and the realization that environmental effects of exploiting our own ecosystems cannot possibly have…
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Guanacaste, Costa Rica, wind farm

Costa Rica’s Renewable Energy Drive

The company Ju Wi inaugurated a new wind farm located in Guanacaste at the end of April helping Costa Rica to achieve its goal of sourcing 100% of its energy from renewable sources.  Completed in…
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Coffee beans from Costa Rica's Central Valley

Costa Rican Coffee High in Quality, High in Benefits

Known as Costa Rica’s “Grano de Oro” (Grain of Gold), coffee has supported the local economy since the 1850’s. The coffee been is so cherished by the national government that Costa Rica is the only…
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Costa Rica's national bird, the quetzal

Costa Rica Offers Best Bird Watching in the World

Costa Rica represents over 8% of the world’s bird species boasting an amazing 850 species that can be found within the national borders. This figure is higher than the amount of birds that can be…
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Tree lined shore of Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica

Uniting Manuel Antonio National Park with the Biological Corridor

The Costa Rican government formally appropriated the land of Playa El Rey to Manuel Antonio National Park on November 17, 2000. This land added 14 kilometers of beach and increased the parks’ size to nearly…
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Viktoras Kulvinskas Speaking at the Montezuma Concious Community

Costa Rica Montezuma Conscious Community Inspired by Viktoras Kulvinskas

Costa Rica’s latest nondenominational spiritual group, the Montezuma Conscious Community, was honored to have the distinguished health and yoga guru, Viktoras Kulvinskas, speak at their intimate gathering to celebrate the launch of the organization. Kulvinskas, who…
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Costa Rica Growing Edible Insects

Costa Rica Growing Edible Insects for Consumption in Guanacaste Hotels

“I’ll take an order of the garlic-sautéed grasshoppers and beetle larvae skewers, please.” No, this order isn’t being heard from the Eastern hemisphere, but instead, as scientists soon hope, from right here in Costa Rica.…
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