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Costa Rican Addresses, Why?, oh! Why?

Costa Rica has a unique addressing scheme that differs from the conventional format used in many other nations. We describe locations using landmarks, directions, and distances, rather than street names and numerical addresses. So, for example, instead of saying 23rd and 4th Street, we would say in front of the public school. And where is […]

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Costa Rica Microclimate Adventures: Discover a World Within a World

Costa Rica is well-known for its lush jungles, beautiful beaches, unusual animals, and exciting adventure activities. The multiple microclimates nestled inside its little landmass enable this biodiversity. These various microclimates support a diverse range of ecosystems, resulting in a multicolored natural wonderland screaming to be discovered. Epic Adventures Costa Rica, a prominent tour operator situated

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Manuel Antonio and Quepos: A Year-Round Guide to Costa Rica’s Treasures

Costa Rica, with its lush landscapes and vibrant wildlife, offers a dynamic and diverse experience every month of the year. The towns of Manuel Antonio and Quepos, nestled on the Pacific Coast, are no exception. Here’s a month-by-month guide to what you can expect in this tropical haven. January: The Pinnacle of Sunshine January is

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Epic Adventures Costa Rica is Quite Proud Costa Rica Abolished Its Army 73 Years Ago

Epic Adventures Costa Rica is quite proud that it abolished its army 73 years ago. Costa Rica boldly dissolved its national army 73 years ago, on December 1st. As a locally owned tour company in the stunning Manuel Antonio and Quepos regions, we reflect on how this unexpected decision defined Costa Rica’s identity as a

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Sustainability in Costa Rica

Embracing the Vibrancy of Manuel Antonio’s Peak Season

We at Epic Adventures Costa Rica, as residents of this verdant paradise, know that the peak season is when our lively corner of the world truly comes to life in a most intense way and to find balance between our sustainability and the protection of our nature can be a challenge at times.   With

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Costa Rica Tourism announced its partnership with Cirque du Soleil

An exciting new collaboration has just been announced between Costa Rica Tourism and the acclaimed performance art troupe Cirque du Soleil. Costa Rica Tourism will be sponsoring Cirque du Soleil’s newest big top production, called ECHO, which celebrates the troupe’s 20th traveling show. This partnership provides an impactful way for Costa Rica to showcase its

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The locations on the route to the Central Pacific Region in Costa Rica (Part 2)

Costa Rica’s Central Pacific Region is a popular destination for travelers seeking sun, sand, and adventure. With stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and abundant wildlife, it’s no wonder that this area is a favorite among visitors to the country.     In this article, we’ll take a closer look at the route from San Jose to

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Central Pacific Region of Costa Rica. 

The Route to the Central Pacific Region of Costa Rica: A Brief Guide. (Part 1)

Situated between the Pacific Ocean and lush rainforests lies the Central Pacific region of Costa Rica. Known for its incredible biodiversity and abundance of national parks and protected areas, this part of Costa Rica is a true nature lover’s paradise. The central Pacific weather zone extends south from the Tarcoles River to the Baru River,

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Costa Rica’s Tourism Boom: Breaking Records and Embracing Responsible Travel

Costa Rica Tourism is poised to shatter records in 2023, with an estimated 2.3 to 2.5 million tourists arriving by air, according to projections by the Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT).   This historic number surpasses the 2,117,960 tourists of 2022 and even exceeds pre-pandemic levels seen in 2018 and 2019. As a vital part

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