Costa Rica Travel & Tourism – A new flight to Costa Rica will be initiated next month. The Venezuelan airline, Albatros Airlines, will begin on May 2 flights between San Jose and Caracas, Venezuela, confirms Costa Rica’s tourism board, the Instituto Costarricense de Turismo (ICT). Albatros made the announcement last week in Venezuela and is

Costa Rica News – PANI, the National Child Welfare Agency took four children away from the same mother who last week sold her daughter for about $2. The 32-year-old woman, Ocampo, lives in Aguas Zarcas, San Carlos. The mother was drunk and gave the child to a neighbor who paid her ¢1,000. PANI originally thought the






Costa Rica News – Costa Rica is famous for its abundant and various natural resources, thriving tourism industry and quality coffee. Located in Central America, Costa Rica, which means “the rich coast” in Spanish, joins the most southern and northern points of the American continents and as such enjoys a rich cultural and natural diversity. Costa






Costa Rica News – 383 Costa Rican buildings have been declared to have historical and architectural heritage. Many of these need to be restored. Save our historical and architectural heritage 2016 calls upon experts in fields of Architecture and Engineering to create and submit proposals to conserve or rehabilitate buildings.   The contest has been going






Costa Rica Entertainment – People crave a new kind of entertainment. They are usually very intrigued by a group of street musicians who play impressive music with even more impressive instruments, which are made from recycled materials. The group spends time choosing an ideal location and then begins to set up and draw a crowd. One






Costa Rica Entertainment – People crave a new kind of entertainment. They are usually very intrigued by a group of street musicians who play impressive music with even more impressive instruments, which are made from recycled materials. The group spends time choosing an ideal location and then begins to set up and draw a crowd. One






Costa Rica News – More than a dozen clandestine airstrips used by illegal drug traffickers are believed to be operating in the southern zone of the country, part of some 33 clandestine airstrips along the Pacific coast in the provinces of Guanacaste and Puntarenas identified by Costa Rica authorities. These are airstrips not registered with Civil






Costa Rica News – 99.6 percent of all Costa Ricans have electric service. Power lines reach nearly every part of the country. The government is now planning to provide mass  broadband Internet. The proposal seeks to provide powerful fiber optic connections capable of 20 MB at no more than $1 per MB. In just a year,






Costa Rica News – I love my Netflix. House of Cards, The Walking Dead, and 80’s movies.  Now it looks like Costa Rica’s Tigo will be launching a version to give it some competition. Tigo Costa Rica (Millicom) will launch its Tigo Play on-demand video streaming service in the second half of the year, reports






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