There’s no sugarcoating it, things look bleak for tourism right now. And the Costa Rican tourism industry is no exception. But other than screaming and… Read More »How Can The Costa Rican Tourism Industry Survive Coronavirus?
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The number of years since army was abolished in Costa Rica.
The number of foreign visitors who visited Costa Rica pre-pandemic.
The percentage of protected land in Costa Rica.
Costa Rica Stories, Information, and Opinion
Alan Prendergast compares his personal experiences of the San Jose, Costa Rica cost of living to four European cities (Amsterdam, Edinburgh, Galway, and Madrid) for… Read More »Costa Rica Cost Of Living: Comparing San Jose With Four European Cities
Have you ever wondered what the most popular Instagram photos ever from Costa Rica’s leading online travel agency, Costa Rican Vacations, are? Wonder no more.… Read More »The Costa Rican Vacations Top Twenty Instagram Images Ever!
Last week, the US State Department downgraded Costa Rica from Level 1 to Level 2 on its Travel Advisory. A country with a Level 1… Read More »Is Costa Rica Safe Enough To Travel To In 2020?
We published a recent article about the best places to volunteer in Central America. As a follow-up, US expat Cheri Ballard talks about some of… Read More »A Few Tips About Volunteering In Costa Rica
Fishing expert and boat owner Justin DeBoom talks about FAD fishing and what to expect on a multi-night trip offshore to the seamounts of Costa… Read More »What Makes FAD Fishing At The Costa Rica Seamounts So Special?
It’s all subjective, but if you’re looking for the best beaches in Costa Rica, why not ask someone who lives in Costa Rica? Here, longtime… Read More »What Are The Best Beaches In Costa Rica? An Expat Names His Favorite Three
Everyone’s always asking local travel expert Justin DeBoom about the clubs and nightlife in his hometown of Jaco, Costa Rica. Here, he talks Jaco nightlife… Read More »Jaco Nightlife (Or Where Should I Party In Jaco, Costa Rica?)
Buses in Costa Rica are the prime method of public transport for most of the population. Irish expat Alan Prendergast has been using them for… Read More »An Expat Talks Buses In Costa Rica: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly