Caribbean or Pacific — What’s Your Costa Rica Style?

Published on September 13, 2021

Costa Rica is flanked by two very different coastlines. Along the Central American nation’s eastern side is a very well-known branch of the Atlantic Ocean called the Caribbean Sea. Over on the west is the wide open and seemingly endless Pacific Ocean….

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The Magic of Costa Rica’s Rainy Season

Published on August 4, 2021

No way is a little rain going to limit your adventures in Costa Rica. If anything, the rainy season that falls between May and November will likely enhance your encounters with Costa Rican nature. Of course, it all relies on what you…

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Costa Rica: Sustainable Tourism Is a Lifestyle Rather Than Lip Service

Published on March 25, 2021

In Costa Rica, sustainable travel has evolved way beyond a trendy catchphrase for those who pay lip service to green ideals. Now it’s a way of life that may save this planet and the humans that live on it. The Central American…

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Read All About It! Read all About It! Costa Rica’s Buzzy Nicoya Peninsula

Published on March 12, 2021

Conde Nast Traveler (USA) reports on how a set of forward-thinking creative types are building on the Costa Rican region’s eco foundations. Quotable quote: “Just 140 miles from the capital, San José, and a motorboat hop from San Lucas is the Nicoya…

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Five Half-Day Tours in San Jose

Published on March 3, 2021

Terranova’s half-day tours in and around San Jose are a great possibility if you have a few hours between flights, if your departure flight is late, or you’re on business and have little free time to experience the beauty of Costa Rica….

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Costa Rica After Covid: As Safe and Gorgeous as Ever

Published on February 4, 2021

Terranova reports that several international media outlets have run glowing stories about Costa Rica during the pandemic and recommended the Central American nation as one of the best places to visit after the crises has passed. The U.S. television show Good Morning…

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Costa Rica’s New Golden Egg: The South Caribbean Coast

Published on January 4, 2021

The South Caribbean Coast is one of Costa Rica’s hidden gems, a place the travel industry has not yet discovered. For those relish under-the-radar destinations — and might want to make it their next vacation — Terranova offers a guide to the…

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Monteverde — Costa Rica’s Epic Cloud Forest

Published on October 1, 2020

Terranova Costa Rica offers several different ways to discover Central America’s legendary cloud forest. Due to its high altitude — 4,662 feet (1,440 meters) above sea level — Monteverde receives a steady stream of clouds and the life-giving moisture they contain. Often…

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Read All About It! Best Times to Visit Costa Rica

Published on September 13, 2020

US News & World Report offers a story on the best time of year to book a Terranova vacation in Costa Rica, a report that also includes tourist visitation and weather statistics, as well as the lowdown on the best events and…

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Costa Rica’s New Breathtaking Hotels

Published on August 3, 2020

From boutiques balanced on volcanic ridges to eco lodges lying in the virgin rainforest, hotel developments in Costa Rica in recent years offer a mixture of unbelievable comfort, breathtaking views, and raw nature. Terranova invites you to discover the new breathtaking hotels…

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Costa Rica First in Central America to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage

Published on July 6, 2020

On May 26th, 2020 the Supreme Court of Costa Rica legalized Gay Marriage, making Costa Rica the first country in Central America recognizing same-sex marriages. We are reminded that Costa Rica is ideal for destination weddings! Lush jungles, dazzling beaches, rainforest, and…

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Read All About It: 15 Best Countries for Adventure Travel

Published on February 5, 2020

Conde Nast Traveler (USA) offers its selections for the best places around planet Earth for adventure travel, a list that includes Costa Rica. Quotable quote: “Though Costa Rica is just 19,730 square miles (roughly the size of West Virginia), a quarter of…

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