Enjoy the Best Breakfasts at these 10Best Restaurants in Costa Rica Gallo pinto is a traditional Costa Rican breakfast dish of rice and beans often served alongside eggs, bread, fresh fruit and of course, coffee. [More]
10 Best Restaurants with Healthy Menus Feature Fresh Organic Ingredients Eating healthy in Costa Rica is easy as long as you keep away from the decadent desserts like tres leches cake. From the capital city [More]
10 Best Nightlife in San José, Costa Rica: Dine, Drink, Dance There’s something for everyone after the sun sets in San Jose, Costa. Rica. You can eat, shop and dance all under one roof at [More]
Vegetarian Cafe La Botanica Organica Opens for Dinner, Adds Specials Vegetarians have been flocking to this far-flung cafe for its healthy and delicious breakfast and lunch, and now there’s even more to love, with the [More]
Snorkel, Surf, Hike and Bike Costa Rica’s Caribbean Coast The Caribbean coast of Costa Rica is awash with outdoor activities, most of which are easily accessible and reasonably affordable. In Puerto Viejo de Limon, Talamanca [More]
Butterflies, Frogs and Stingless Bees Featured at Natural Theme Park With a rainy season that lasts from June to November, there’s no better time to witness Costa Rica’s bounty of butterfly species at a new [More]
Lizard King Celebrates 15 Years with Remodeled Rooms, Revamped Restaurant A major overhaul of the rooms and restaurant at Lizard King Resort revives the hotel’s charm and allows it to maintain its place among the [More]
Strolling San Jose’s Ten Best Shopping Spots and Walk Streets Walking through San José, Costa Rica is a great way to experience the culture of the capital city. While shopping, you can visit several enchantingly [More]
Hot Rocks Hosts Weekly Jam Sessions, Salsa Lessons and More From wallflowers to drink guzzlers and dancers, all are welcome at this casual, open-air nightlife spot smack dab in the center of Puerto Viejo de [More]
Costa Rica’s Stone Spheres: Natural Blessings from Ancient Volcano Cerro Chopo Since their discovery in the 1930s by aptly-named Doris Stone, Costa Rica’s stone spheres have become national symbols, though their purpose or reason for [More]
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