From palm-fringed beaches to tropical rainforests and wildlife-rich national parks, Costa Rica is home to all creatures great and small. And admiring the strikingly coloured quetzal or the gravelly roar of the howler monkey is becoming easier; on 27 April, British Airways reintroduces non-stop flights from Gatwick to Costa Rica’s capital, San José, on the

From palm-fringed beaches to tropical rainforests and wildlife-rich national parks, Costa Rica is home to all creatures great and small. And admiring the strikingly coloured quetzal or the gravelly roar of the howler monkey is becoming easier; on 27 April, British Airways reintroduces non-stop flights from Gatwick to Costa Rica’s capital, San José, on the






Costa Rica Travel – Today, Costa Rica is one of the most frequented Central American countries. It has become the go-to location for expats and retirees thanks to cheap living, friendly locals and amazing beaches. However, this was not always the case and before touring Costa Rica became mainstream, most areas that lay outside the Central






Costa Rica Travel – The variety of landscapes and microclimates that can be enjoyed in one day makes Costa Rica the ultimate destination for keen explorers. For beach lovers, there are white, tan, dark brown and black sand beaches to complement the rocky points, volcanoes, river mouths, reefs and offshore islands which create a playground of






Costa Rica Living – Angelina Cooke has a big family — seven kids ages six to 18 — but that didn’t deter her from moving the clan to Esterillos Este, Costa Rica in 2011. The 39-year-old left central Ontario for the central Pacific where she and her husband work as eco-conscious land developers. Their new home






Costa Rica News – Communities that surround national parks are benefited greatly by tourism. The locals can become trained to protect the land and wildlife and give tours to visitors. The conservation areas become a source of income. They can make $100 a day giving tours instead of $20 working the fields. The country’s development is






Costa Rica News – Bottlenose dolphins in the Gulf of Nicoya are suffering from the polluted water. These poor creatures are being seen with giant skin ulcers, from a disease causing fungus, known as Lacazia loboi. This condition can actually lead to death. The skin condition is caused from a cumulative exposure to poor water quality….
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Ghosts & the Supernatural – Who does not remember growing up and watching “The Munsters”? A show with just the right amount of humor mixed in with a touch of terror.  Today we are going to have an interview with Butch Patrick, you will remember him as Eddie Munster. Question: Butch, before we get into…
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Costa Rica News – August 30th is a unique celestial day. From 11:34 AM your shadow will disappear for a moment and reappear as the earth rotates through this position. It only occurs in the inter-tropical (between tropic of Cancer and Capricorn) region. The earth is in this position twice a year, April 12th and August…
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Costa Rica News – A 2,300 year *** pre-Columbian village was discovered near Puerto Jimenez, on the Osa Peninsula. It is an opportunity for the impoverished village to attract researchers and tourists. The Costa Rican National Museum is supporting the program. The village has been covered in earth for many centuries and there is evidence of…
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