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Holy Week In Costa Rica

Holy Week In Costa Rica

As a primarily Catholic country, Costa Rica is celebrating Semana Santa or Holy Week. The celebrations include no liquor sales and re-enactment of the journey of Jesus to his death and resurrection.

Costa Rica Waterfalls Scream Romance

Costa Rica Waterfalls Scream Romance

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Want to experience romance in Costa Rica, look no further than the Paz Waterfall and the surrounding Paz Gardens and Peace Lodge.

Costa Rica Vacation Enriching

Costa Rica Vacation Enriching

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Lava Tours Costa Rica vacation packages feature the outdoor splendor and biodiversity of this country.

C.R. Tours Magazine Environment Event – August 4 2011

Collaborate with the environment and participate in fabulous giveaways! Buy the second edition of our journal “The q’tiene my people” and your contribution of c1.000 helps in development aid projects for the conservation and careof the environment … stay also to participate in the raffle of a seat for our whale watching tour in the [...]

Sleep With The Toucans In Costa Rica

Sleep With The Toucans In Costa Rica

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The Toucan Rescue Ranch is an unique Costa Rica bed and breakfast facility that is home to rescued toucans, sloths, monkeys and porcupines.

Costa Rica Peace Parade

Costa Rica Peace Parade

San Jose, Costa Rica will host the Peace Parade in September 2011, an art exhibit featuring dove statues painted by local artists and children from the surrounding schools.

Rio Tropicales Adventure Tours Whitewater Rafting

Rio Tropicales Adventure Tours Whitewater Rafting

See and feel adventure through rainforests, waterfalls and whitewater rapids – no better than in Costa Rica! Really Cool: Eco-Adventure Touring! Locations: Pacuare River, Sarapiquí River (La Virgen), Reventazon Florida, El Chorro, Upper Tenorio (Pozo Azul)

And the Winning Costa Rica Bean Is?

And the Winning Costa Rica Bean Is?

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The Cup of Excellence coffee awards where handed out on May 13, 2011 in Heredia, Costa Rica, choosing the best beans grown in the country with La Estrella farm taking top prize.

Mal Pais Costa Rica’s Surfing Endless Summer

Mal Pais Costa Rica’s Surfing Endless Summer

Mal Pais, Costa Rica is a surfer’s paradise with good swells, consistent waves and a long beach break. Although it is a rocky beach there are sandy stretches with lush vegetation along the coast. It is the perfect setting for those who want to surf away from the crowds of other Costa Rica surf destinations.

Barrel of Monkeys in Costa Rica

Barrel of Monkeys in Costa Rica

With its lush rainforest Costa Rica is home to four species of monkeys that are native to this country and watching these unique species is a popular tourist adventure for those visiting Costa Rica. The Capuchin monkey, Howler monkey, Squirrel monkey, and Spider monkey are all native to Costa Rica and depending on where you [...]

National Orchid Show – San Jose Costa Rica

National Orchid Show – San Jose Costa Rica

Held at the Colegio de Medicos y Ciruianos in San Jose, Costa Rica, the show runs from Friday March 11, 2011 to Sunday March 13, 2011.  As one of the largest displays of orchids, this exhibit will not disappoint. As the crown jewel for orchid growers, this show is an explosion of color and fragrance and [...]

Orchid a Plenty in Costa Rica

Orchid a Plenty in Costa Rica

If  it is orchids that you want the Costa Rica is the place to be, specifically at Lankester Gardens. This world renowned botanical garden is home to almost a thousand varieties of orchids with most blooming from February to April. You are bound to see such species as the Stanhopea ecornuta. This world class display [...]

Guaitil Pottery – Artisans from the Past

Guaitil Pottery – Artisans from the Past

The Chorotega Indians have been producing organic pottery for over 800 years in Costa Rica. The skill has been passed down from generation to generation and still remains a very important part of the culture of Costa Rica, specifically in the village of Guaitil, in the Nicoya Peninsula of Costa Rica. In Tamarindo, the Guaitil [...]