Costa Rica Travel Articles
Surfing Costa Rica’s Southern Nicoya Peninsula Costa Rica´s southern Nicoya Peninsula is home to some of the world’s best surf. On a recent trip, Beverly Gallagher discovered that this is one major surf destination where pros and beginners mingle. A Journey to Peace in Playa Negra, Costa Rica Emily Starbuck Crone, a stressed out writer from Austin, leaves her busy life behind to explore yoga, meditation, and pura vida in the jungles of rural Costa Rica. 7 Wet and Wild Ways to Experience Costa Rica Costa Rica has quickly risen to become one of the top travel destinations in the world, with much of its draw due to the country's water sports that can be enjoyed almost any time of year. Spencer Spellman tells us where, when and how you can experience them. Cruise Review: Star Clippers Costa Rica and Nicaragua Cruise As an independent traveler, Katie Hammel never had much interest in cruising. But the idea of a more intimate ship that could get into smaller ports of call enticed her to give it a try. Here's her review of the Star Clippers cruise of Costa Rica. Five Days in Costa Rica Some much to see, so little time...that is Costa Rica in a nutshell. Join Patrick and Katrina Foster on a whirlwind jaunt to Arenal and the cloudforests of Monteverde and Santa Elena. A Night at the Del Ray – Costa Rica’s Most Famous Brothel/Hotel/Casino So many friends have asked expat Michael Paladin about this famous and unusual hotel in Costa Rica, that he decided to document how things work and share it with everyone. Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica is for Lovers Travel Guide to Costa Rica - Manuel Antonio, Costa Rica is for Lovers. Get the real story of living in Costa Rica. Restaurants: Pig in the Ground and the Beer on Ice From the beach to Jaco to San Jose, both Tico- and Gringo-style fare, and a breakdown of the best beer prices, here's where to grub out. BootsnAll’s Five Fantastic 2008 Spring Break Destinations – USA, Mexico, Central America, Jamaica BootsnAll highlights five good Spring Break destinations that have more to offer than just cheap booze. Border Crossing – Costa Rica, Panama Eve Armstrong found the border crossing between Costa Rica into Panama more than moderately confusing.