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Costa Rica Digital Nomad Visa – Plan Your Move

On August 11th the Costa Rican government passed a law stating that foreigners can now legally reside in the country for up to twelve months under a Costa Rica digital nomad scheme. The tourism board predicts that every digital nomad will spend an average of $24,000 during a twelve-month stay in the country. This will

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Rincon de la Vieja National Park – Volcanic Adventure

Rincon de la Vieja National Park is located in the Guanacaste Province of Costa Rica north of the city of Liberia.  This national park is home to two volcanos and consists of 34,000 acres of land. It is a popular spot to experience volcanic activity, such as bubbling mud, up close. There are also several

Coronavirus in Costa Rica – What You Need to Know

Coronavirus in Costa Rica is an ever-evolving issue (as it is everywhere at this point), but the government has been easing restrictions and allowing foreigners from most countries to now travel for a Pura Vida filled vacation. Yeay!!! Here is all the latest…. Last Updated September 14th, 2021 We update this post about once a

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Solo Travel in Costa Rica – What to Expect

Are you considering solo travel in Costa Rica? It is a great country to explore on your own with plenty of things to do for all budgets and interests Typically we find that solo travelers usually fit in one of two groups. They either join a group tour in which everything is handled for them

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Ecotourism in Costa Rica – Plan a Sustainable Trip

Costa Rica prides itself on its environmental and sustainable values. This extends to the entire country running on almost 100% renewable energy and being home to about 5% of the world’s biodiversity despite only taking up a landmass of 1% of the earth’s surface. With tourism being the biggest income source to the country, it

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Costa Rica Highlights Itinerary in Two Weeks

  Costa Rica is difficult to see in a short amount of time. There are just so many cool places to experience, but transportation between places can take longer than expected. We created this Costa Rica highlights in two weeks itinerary to give you the best overview of what Costa Rica has to offer in

Birds of Costa Rica – The Most Unique and Where to See Them

Did you know that there are over 800 species of birds in Costa Rica? The birds of Costa Rica are abundant, unique, and extremely photogenic 😉  Quetzals, hummingbirds, toucans, and more can be spotted by the avid birdwatcher or even the novice when lucky. We created this guide so you can discover some of the

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One Week Best of Costa Rica Itinerary

If you plan to visit Costa Rica it might be tempting to try to see as much as possible in your seven day itinerary.  However, we find that in order to actually enjoy your trip and not spend every second of your day driving, it is best to limit yourself to two Costa Rica destinations

Arenal Hot Springs – Spots for All Budgets in La Fortuna

La Fortuna, Costa Rica is the prime hot spring destination to visit during your travels. This town is located in the northern central part of the country and is often considered an adventure-lovers paradise.  However, sometimes you need to balance all that action with some hot spring soaking with views of Arenal Volcano.  From places

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Costa Rica Sunset – Best Places to Enjoy the View

Sitting on a white sand beach while listening to the waves crash to shore as the sky turns fiery orange is something that never gets old…at least in my opinion.  Costa Rica’s Pacific coast has about 630 miles (1,290 kilometers) of coastline. That means there are tons of places for you to enjoy the sunset