Costa Rica Protected Lands

How Much Of Costa Rica is Protected Land?

Costa Rica is a land rich in animal and plant life, with an estimated 5% of the world’s biodiversity found within its borders. In fact, with more than 600 wildlife species every 10,000 square kilometers, Costa Rica is considered to be the 4th most biodiverse country in the world per square kilometer, surpassed only by Brunei, Belize and El Salvador. …

The Costa Rica Pre Columbian Gold Museum

The Pre-Columbian Gold Museum, locally known as Museo del Oro Precolombino, is a subterranean museum located in the Plaza de la Cultura in the heart of the capital, San Jose. It houses a great number of artifacts including gold and ceramic objects as well as stone, jade and glass beads that tell a story of the history of Costa Rica. …

Visiting the Costa Rica Jade Museum

When it comes to educating a community of their history and heritage, museums certainly do the job better than most. Not only does it teach us of our collective story as a people, it also engages us far differently than reading a history book ever will. You are pretty much sharing the same space as an item that was used …

Costa Rica National Theatre

The Costa Rica National Theatre

Some of the best ways to understand the culture and history of Costa Rica is to visit its places where they are most prevalent. Places like its, monuments, churches, or even ancient ruins are good places to start. Another place where you can immerse yourself in Costa Rica culture is its National Theater. The National Theatre of Costa Rica was …

Costa Rica Tradtiional Food

The Top 9 Favorite Foods of Costa Rica

Costa Rican Food, also referred to as Tico Cuisine, is fairly mild, compared to the dishes popular to its neighboring countries. It has less reliance on spices and are geared more towards the heavy use of fresh fruits and vegetables. This is because Costa Rica’s rich soil and favorable climate allows certain tropical fruits and vegetables to be readily available …