• 10 Costa Rica Must-Do Bucket List Experiences

    10 Costa Rica Must-Do Bucket List Experiences

    For a small country, Costa Rica has a lot going on. The 12 distinct climate zones offer many unique experiences. As you begin your vacation research, it’s worth noting that some experiences capture the true essence of Costa Rica and shouldn’t be missed. Not to worry. We have compiled a list of those experiences for you. Read on […]

  • Why Not Work Remotely in Costa Rica?

    Why not work remote in Costa Rica?

    It’s been eight months. Working at home seemed almost magical at first, but now that backyard view is getting a bit tiresome. Can anyone relate? It’s probably time for a change of scenery. Now, if it hasn’t yet crossed your mind, allow us to highlight a simple truth: if you can work remotely from home, […]

  • Visit Palo Verde National Park for Birding & Wetlands

    Palo Verde National Park Guide

    Situated in the Guanacaste region of Costa Rica, Palo Verde National Park is one of the most important wetland ecosystems in the country. The Rio Tempisque River is the park’s lifeline as it seasonally swells, spilling out over the region to form marvelous wetlands among the dry tropical forest. The park makes up about 45,492 […]

  • Costa Rica Coffee: Why It’s Best & Where to Buy It

    Costa Rica Coffee why its best where to buy it

    Whether you’re missing your favorite Costa Rican coffee shop, savoring the luxury of newfound coffee time, or dreaming of ways to bring the pura vida back into your life – a delicious cup of Costa Rican coffee will certainly hit the spot. Enter Cafe Britt. If you’ve had the pleasure of visiting Costa Rica already, you […]

  • Costa Rica Pacific vs Caribbean Coast: Which is Best for You?

    Costa Rica Pacific Coast vs Caribbean Coast –  which is best? This is one of the most common questions we get for those getting newly acquainted with Costa Rica. And really, the answer depends on you and your preferences. The truth is that although Costa Rica is roughly the size of West Virginia, it’s ecosystems […]

  • Ready for a Change of Scenery in Costa Rica?

    Change of Scenery in Costa Rica

    Need a change of scenery? Us too. For the next few weeks on Instagram, we’re bringing you on a grand tour of Costa Rica’s unique ecosystems. We hope they inspire you and provide a much-needed escape. We also hope you’ll join us in celebrating Costa Rica’s biodiversity with the hashtag #changeofscenery⁠ ⁠Manuel Antonio Just 3 […]

  • Nauyaca Waterfalls Guide

    Nauyaca Waterfalls don willis

    Costa Rica is famous for its waterfalls. And for travelers visiting the South Pacific Coast, the Nauyaca Waterfalls are one of the main attractions. The trailhead to the falls is just 20 minutes from Dominical, one of the bigger towns on the southern coast. It’s about a 45-minute drive from Manuel Antonio. Nauyaca Waterfalls consists […]

  • 7 Off The Beaten Path Destinations in Costa Rica

    7 Costa Rica Off The Beaten Path Destinations

    What’s a getaway if you aren’t getting away? The following off the beaten path destinations in Costa Rica will allow you to do just that: escape the crowds and the hustle and bustle to find tranquility. Nicoya Peninsula If you’re looking to disconnect from the day-to-day and reconnect with yourself, the Nicoya Peninsula is your […]

  • Marino Ballena National Park Guide

    Marino Ballena National Park

    Designated an official national park in 1990, Marino Ballena National Park covers 13,616 sea acres and 272 land acres – a truly diverse range of ecosystems! One of only two marine parks in Costa Rica, it is especially well-known for the whales that come annually to breach. Another interesting curiosity is the whale’s tail shaped […]