Coffee is an important good in Costa Rica and has a long history, as the coffee was the first export good and helped the economy immensely.
Are you planning to visit Costa Rica? But you don’t know which are the best itineraries according to your budget and holiday duration? Don't worry! I'm going to help you to plan your best-trip-ever!
What comes first to your mind first when you hear Costa Rica: dream beaches, rainforest, colorful wildlife? But this country offers much more, such as the enchanted Prusia forest ...
There is a unique character in Turrialba you have to meet, of course, if you are a cheese lover this is the place to go!
I know Halloween is over! But it's hard for me to accept how underestimated this celebration has become. I love monsters and everything related, so I did a quest to find where Ghouls, Ghosts and Witches hide after the trick or treating candy-hangover is over. The best place to start is Escazú; commonly known as the "City of Witches".
As the rainy season starts to draw back and its healing powers have restored the earth; the smell of wet soil is replaced by the smell of warm salty sand, captivating the city by drawing signals in the skies with colorful sunsets, confirming the arrival of the dry season.
Preserving magic in the wetlands of Sierpe. A hypnotic attraction drawn by a weird first encounter left me wanting more. My curiosity about this ghost-like town was aroused.
The experience of visiting Plaza Ferias in Alajuela, Costa Rica. A place where you can find products that maybe you have never seen before, at excellent prices and top quality. You buy farmers directly, supporting them and their families. What are you waiting to come?
Nicoya, Canton number 2 in Guanacaste province, offers more than wonderful beaches and wide savannas. It hosts villages that are lost on a map with authentic people that are living traditionally and want to be discovered and experienced by travelers.
Get to know a hike that takes 4 days over 50 kilometers and leads you through very old forests full of magic. In the Talamanca mountain range, there are a lot of them.