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Costa Rica Reaches Global Positioning as a Reference in Sustainable Tourism

Costa Rica Reaches Global Positioning as a Reference in Sustainable Tourism

Writen by Jenny Araya

The UN concluded the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development in Geneva, Switzerland and Costa Rica reaches a great position due to its efforts. During this year, in an unprecedented manner, the General Assembly of the United Nations declared 2017 the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development, a situation that Costa Rica assumed […]

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Dominical & Uvita Costa Rica Travel Guide

Dominical & Uvita Costa Rica Travel Guide

Writen by Jenny Araya

Have you ever heard about the whale tail that can be seen from the air? Maybe the annual whale festival? Well, we will tell you a little bit about this amazing spot. This is a natural place, not too touristy and a good option for people looking for wildlife and visit places off the beaten […]

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Turrialba Costa Rica Travel Guide

Turrialba Costa Rica Travel Guide

Writen by Jenny Araya

Turrialba is a small beautiful valley, an authentic and nice place to be off the beaten track during your holidays. This is a perfect run off for adventurous tourists, a village surrounded by rivers and mountains, rural, isolated but absolutely recommended if you are looking for an interesting spot, and for being in close contact […]

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Southern Caribbean – Puerto Viejo, Manzanillo, Cahuita

Southern Caribbean – Puerto Viejo, Manzanillo, Cahuita

Writen by Jenny Araya

The South Caribbean region is a place that people must visit when coming to Costa Rica, this is the home of the Afro Caribbean culture, is a site where you can taste delicious, unique and different food, a small but enchanting spot. Location It is located in the province of Limon Costa Rica, at an […]

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Costa Rica hosted the Pan American Kayak Championship

Costa Rica hosted the Pan American Kayak Championship

Writen by Jenny Araya

Costa Rica was the host country of the Pan American Canoe Slalom Championship (obstacles in river), organized by the Costa Rican Kayak and Canoeing Federation (Fecokac, due to its name in Spanish). This important event was held in the Pejibaye River, hosting the continental contest that gathered the best talent in the sport. The contest […]

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Tamarindo Costa Rica Travel Guide

Tamarindo Costa Rica Travel Guide

Writen by Esteban Solano

Why Tamarindo? Tamarindo is one of the nicest Pacific West Coast beaches, located at the second largest province of the northwest area of Costa Rica, Guanacaste. Tamarindo is a popular destination for couples, groups of friends or families looking for relaxation, sun and some adventure. With a remarkable beach, a saltwater estuary, surf spots and […]

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Tortuguero Costa Rica Travel Guide

Tortuguero Costa Rica Travel Guide

Writen by Jenny Araya

The destination of Tortuguero, in the Northern Caribbean of Costa Rica, flourished because of the National Park of the same name, established in the early 1970’s. The conservation efforts put the place on the Costa Rica map back in the 1950’s, and it has flourished from then onwards. It attracts locals and tourists from around […]

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Costa Rica Hotels Travel Guide

Costa Rica Hotels Travel Guide

Writen by Jenny Araya

Costa Rica’s assorted accommodations enable guests to experience the country any way they wish. At Travel Excellence, we are proud to offer an extensive selection of Costa Rica hotels that have been carefully picked as the best options for our visitors to experience. Each hotel has been inspected and evaluated to make sure they meet […]

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Jaco Costa Rica Travel Guide

Jaco Costa Rica Travel Guide

Writen by Jenny Araya

Jaco, in the province of Puntarenas in Costa Rica, can best be described as a town of contrasts. Through the years, it has developed into a favorite for foreign and local tourists, from surfers lured by its waves, to partygoers attracted to its bars and nightclubs, to families looking for a convenient getaway. As you […]

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Monteverde Costa Rica Travel Guide

Monteverde Costa Rica Travel Guide

Writen by Jenny Araya

The town of Monteverde, up in the mountains, overlooks the Gulf of Nicoya in the province of Puntarenas, Costa Rica. Its lush green scenery, cool weather, history and biodiversity all make it a must-visit destination as part of your itinerary when vacationing in Costa Rica. The arrival of Quakers from the United States decades ago, […]

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Positioning of Costa Rica as a Destination for Tourism Investment

Positioning of Costa Rica as a Destination for Tourism Investment

Writen by Jenny Araya

strengths of Costa Rica and that becomes the introduction letter of the destination in this market, is the reinforcement in the attraction of airlines. The country increases the offer of flights to Juan Santamaría International Airport: Iberia, Air France, British Airways, Condor (Munich and Frankfurt), Edelweiss, and KLM. Other important strength of the country is […]

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ICT invests $1.8 million in New Global Tourist Identity: Costa Rica: My Choice, Naturally

ICT invests $1.8 million in New Global Tourist Identity: Costa Rica: My Choice, Naturally

Writen by Jenny Araya

For the first time in history, the Costa Rica Tourism Board has established an alliance with the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and CNN International, a world leader in news and one of the most respected media, to develop the new tourist identity from the country. “Costa Rica: My Choice, Naturally” is the new […]

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Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica

Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica

Writen by Jenny Araya

Have you ever heard about the Corcovado National Park in Costa Rica? If not, we are here to introduce you to a very wonderful, and even mystic, place! We are going to start from the very beginning to help you understand where is located Corcovadoand how you can get there during your vacations in Costa […]

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San Jose Costa Rica Travel Guide

San Jose Costa Rica Travel Guide

Writen by Esteban Solano

Important facts about San Jose San Jose was founded in 1737, today it is a spread-out metropolis. This place is the capital and the largest city in Costa Rica, and it is considered among the most cosmopolitan cities in Latin America. In the city and surroundings, you can find not only great options for accommodations, […]

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Quepos and Manuel Antonio National Park Vacations Travel Guide

Quepos and Manuel Antonio National Park Vacations Travel Guide

Writen by Jenny Araya

Manuel Antonio is one of the best places to see in Costa Rica. It is the main and most visited destination in the Central Pacific Region of Costa Rica, offering a variety of small and intimate hotels carefully built into hillsides in the rainforest just between Quepos town and the popular Manuel Antonio National Park. […]

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