Scuba Diving Costa Rica

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


Surf and Golf in Playa Negra

Costa Rica is well known as being a world-class surfing destination. If you plan to surf in Guanacaste, Playa Negra is one of your best destinations.   Playa Negra is located in the northwestern region of Guanacaste and… Read More


Tourism Continues to Struggle in Limon

This upcoming October 16 marks the official beginning of the cruise season for 2013-2014. However, expectations in Limon are very low for many reasons. Local merchants in Limon have noticed a steady decline each year in the amount… Read More

Braulio Carrillo

Braulio Carrillo National Park

Braulio Carrillo is the closest national park to San jose and makes for a great day trip. The park was named after Costa Rica’s third president Dr. Braulio Carrillo and it is located in the northeast section of… Read More


Costa Rica Tropical Rainforests

Scientists have estimated that Costa Rica is home to 4% of the world’s natural biodiversity. This small country is home to more than half a million different species of plants, mammals, fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects. Eco-tourism… Read More


Black Cultural Festival 2013

Carnavál in Limon starts on October 10 2013 through October 16 2013, and is guaranteed to be a fun event, which celebrates Afro-Caribbean culture in Costa Rica.  The is the largest and longest fiesta on the Caribbean coast… Read More

Investigation into the Accounts of Laura Chinchilla

The National Liberation Party ( Partido Liberación Nacional or PLN) will be asking President Laura Chinchilla to turn over her accounts for review.  This is part of an investigation of failed $1.5 billion project with China to enhance oil… Read More

Leatherback Sea Turtles

La Nacion today reported that delinquents in Limon are killing Leatherback Sea Turtles (“Tortuga Baula”) for their eggs and meat. Costa Ricans call them “hueveros” and these people are normally drug addicts that are looking to convert proceeds… Read More