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An inheritance of flavor: family recipes in Costa Rica

Today, in a cyber world based on analog codes where immediacy is the greatest truth, family culinary heritage—that intangible heritage collected in ancestors' notebooks—is...

Her Majesty, the Heart of Palm: a story of ups and downs in Sarapiquí

María Luz Jiménez earned the title of “La Reina del Palmito,” or Queen of Heart of Palm, in Horquetas de Sarapiquí, because she prepares...

Rosquillas from Guanacaste: tradition and flavor

Felina Matarrita Gómez is the owner and founder of the Rancho y Fogón de Doña Celina, located in Del Flor de Nicoya, Guanacaste, where...

Smoked pork bone soup: flavor of yesteryear

Our recipe for today is shared by Lucída Hernández, a producer of coffee and organic vegetables from San Marcos de Tarrazú, Costa Rica. "I'm soup...

Fish ceviche from the Osa Peninsula

“Y, ¡a jartar se ha dicho!” Time to eat up! Today's recipe was shared with us by Rocío Vargas Gonzáles, an entrepreneur originally from Atenas,...

How to choose a wildlife sanctuary for your volunteer work in Costa Rica

Costa Rica draws travelers from around the world who are eager to see its globally renowned fauna—but many people want to go a step...

How can travelers choose an ethical wildlife sanctuary in Costa Rica?

Costa Rica is famous for its commitment to conservation and ecotourism—so most any wildlife sanctuary located here must be complying with strict animal welfare...

How can tourists support animal welfare in Costa Rica?

When travelers step off the plane into Costa Rica, their heads are usually filled with images of beaches, volcanoes, rainforests—and wild animals. Without a...

How to travel with your pet to and from Costa Rica

Extremely sociable, Namu is a Dachshund-Shih Tzu mix, which is reflected in her energetic and affectionate personality. She loves dogs and humans alike and...

Tourism in indigenous communities in Costa Rica: Cabécar and Chorotega

Costa Rica is widely renowned for one kind of diversity—biodiversity. But as we’ve seen during this five-part series on indigenous tourism, cultural diversity is...
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The language of ‘what if?’

How did he end up here, anyway? He was curious. He still is. That’s what made all those doors open in the first place: his...
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