El Pueblo Costa Rica Overview El Pueblo is a commercial zone consisting of a discos, bars, restaurants and shopping just north of San Jose. It is located on Calle 3 just after Avenida 15. You can easily walk… Read More

Jaco Beach Costa Rica! Jaco beach has experienced a ton of growth over the course of 15 years. It used to be a sleepy surf town with a couple of casinos, hotels, restaurants and souvenir shops. Since the… Read More

Costa Rica Sunsets Are Incredible! Coming from the Windy City to Costa Rica was a huge adjustment in every direction. I still do miss Chicago a and somehow I do plan to return. However, there are a couple… Read More

Scuba Diving Costa Rica’s Ship Wrecks Around 2 million people visit Costa Rica each year to discover 4% of the Earth’s biodiversity and natural tropical beauty. Sure, you can see monkeys, sloths, tapirs, frogs, butterflies and macaw parrots… Read More

Anyone who travels to Costa Rica frequently, will eventually end up staying in San Jose. San Jose is a very central location an often times  a crossing point when traveling from coast to coast. There is also a… Read More

The Paseo Colon Costa Rica is a upper scale sector of San Jose which is just west of El Centro. It is a a strip of hotels, restaurants, and shopping that has recently experienced somewhat of a renaissance…. Read More

Costa Rica has many hidden gems. Some are hidden because they are hard to reach and others are hidden because people just don’t see the importance of visiting them in comparison to other larger attractions. Atenas, a small… Read More

Guanacaste is one of the provinces that tourists visit the most when traveling in Costa Rica. Known mostly for its pristine beaches, it is also rich in history and culture. Santa Rosa National Park is the province’s largest… Read More

Sometimes the best places in Costa Rica are the most out of the way destinations. Places like L’Acqua Viva Resort & Spa in Guanacaste allow visitors to experience a luxury vacation and avoid crowded spots. This hotel is… Read More