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Ostional National Wildlife Refuge

The Ostional Wildlife Refuge (RNVSO) is a natural conservation area located on Ostional beach, in the district of Cuajiniquil, canton of Santa Cruz, province of Guanacaste, Costa Rica. It is an area that protects the nesting of various species of Pacific Ocean sea turtles, particularly […]

July 25th, Annexation of the Partido de Nicoya to Costa Rica

Today we celebrate 196 years of the Annexation of the Partido de Nicoya to Costa Rica. So in commemoration of this we bring a bit of history so that you can enjoy this holiday with us.   The Partido de Nicoya was made up of […]

Things you didn’t know about the howler monkey

Despite the fact that in Costa Rica there are a wide variety of animals, this time we will talk about one that you probably know that you can find on your next trip to Costa Rica. Here are some of the things you didn’t know […]

San Juanillo Beach, Costa Rica

Although Costa Rica is filled with amazing beaches, there is one particularly important beach you shouldn’t miss visiting in Costa Rica – San Juanillo Beach. If you’re someone looking forward to availing the true Costa Rican experience, San Juanillo Beach might be the best place […]

17 Things You Need to Know Before Visiting Guanacaste

Are you planning on visiting Guanacaste, Cosa Rica, anytime soon? Well, if you are, you should plan ahead of your trip so that you don’t have any difficulty on your trip. Here are 17 things you need to know before visiting Guanacaste:   The people […]

Cuajiniquil River

The Cuajiniquil River, with a latitude of: 10.05 and a longitude of: -85.7511. Located in Cuajiniquil, Santa Cruz, Guanacaste, Costa Rica. It is the most appropriate for the elaboration of our tours, because it has a huge wealth of flora and fauna. Its name comes […]

Guaria Morada – The National Flower of Costa Rica

The Guarianthe (before Cattleya) skinneri is the most cultivated orchid in Costa Rica. The name was given in England by the botanist James Bateman to honor its discoverer, Mr. George Ure Skinner, who was an English merchant based in Guatemala, who sent plants from Central […]