Cascada El Pavon sits in the South Pacific area of Costa Rica, close to two popular beach towns: Uvita and Dominical. The area is surrounded by beautiful beaches and waterfalls that are hidden inside the mountains like Nauyaca Waterfall. When people visit these areas, they are not … Read more about Cascada El Pavon: Nice little fall in a quiet and energizing environment
Under the sun of February at Guanacaste province, we were not first-timers visiting Rincon de la Vieja National Park, but it was the first time doing Escondida waterfall trail for all of us. It was also the first time my best friend from elementary school and I went hiking and got lost together. … Read more about Rincon de la Vieja National Park: Exploring like a Keen Hiker
Let's just pretend that I am coming from the past and I need to tell you how people used to travel in Costa Rica. Well, they used to travel with a Costa Rica handbook guide trying to figure out bus schedules. They didn’t have Facebook groups or travel blogs, so they often ended up just getting … Read more about Understanding bus schedules and routes from San Ramon, Costa Rica
At this point in January, the holidays and the laid-back first days of the year are behind. And our resolutions for a New Year and intentions are beginning to focus. After holiday´s weeks with family and celebration, not so much outdoors, to be honest. We have noticed how much we miss being … Read more about Why Hiking has become our main thing in 2019?
San Ramon is a beautiful place surrounding by rolling hills, a small town with almost no tourists but full of friendly people. This is the place that we call home and we've decided to create a San Ramon, Costa Rica travel guide. So if you want a slow pace place with very welcoming people … Read more about San Ramon, Costa Rica Travel Guide
Definitely, it's not the famous Cloud Forest in the country and there is not much information about Los Quetzales National Park. What if we told you there is a cloud forest 1 hour and a half from San José that few visitors ever see and you can see also the Quetzal? no gift shop, no snack bar, no … Read more about Los Quetzales National Park
This place is one of the best-kept secrets. It´s a hidden gem guarantee. Do you want that we tell you where is this place? It´s located in the beautiful area of Bajos del Toro Cloud Forest. It´s 1.5 hours (maximum 2 hours) from San José, it's a powerful waterfall surrounded by surreal rocks … Read more about How to visit Rio Agrio Waterfall at Bajos del Toro Cloud Forest?
If you are visiting Costa Rica during mid-July to late October (rainy season) don't pass the opportunity to go on a whale watching tour in Uvita and see these beauties up close. Uvita can be considered a whale sanctuary. "Whales Festival" is celebrated every year since 2008 in the south of our … Read more about Responsible Whale Watching in Costa Rica
He asked: Ligia, I want to know things to do in San José that are not a shopping center. I want to meet locals. Mr. Yves was bored in his hotel room in San José. After doing some loops in the lobby, he came to check out the tour desk. I was sitting there with not much to do. Sunday afternoon was … Read more about Cultural One Day Tour at Nacientes Palmichal in Costa Rica
There is an area called Bajos del Toro, where we always find new Costa Rican waterfalls. It seems like nature creates a new waterfall every time we go, and for this reason, this place never ceases to amaze us. This area is located in the middle of two National Parks, Poas Volcano and Juan … Read more about Tips for visiting Paraíso de Manantiales Waterfalls
30 minutes away from San José Downtown This is not the first time that San José surprised us with the beauty of its mountains. To put it this way, you can do wildlife photography and capture the Emerald Glass Frog (Espadarana Prosoblepon) 30 minutes away from the traffic and noise of the … Read more about Costa Rica Nature Photography: Jardín de Lourdes, San Jose
The little-known side of San José: Nacientes Palmichal, a rural lodge pioneer in water conservation.
Wait. ecotourism in San Jose? It is not a secret that some people don't think that San Jose is the prettiest city in Central America. People usually don't come to Costa Rica thinking to spend much time exploring San Jose. I have to admit that, like many people, I am guilty of bad-mouthing San … Read more about The little-known side of San José: Nacientes Palmichal, a rural lodge pioneer in water conservation.