~ by Carlos León Kakü means hospitality in Cabécar language (Kabekwa) The Cabécares are a Costa Rican autochthonous ethnic group. They are one of the…
Raleigh International is providing scholarships for Costa Rican in Sustainable Development programs. Raleigh International is a non-profit NGO searching of Costa Ricans over 18 who…
Find plenty of lodging options for any budget in Costa Ballena, Osa, South Pacific, Costa Rica: fun hostels, hotels with breathtaking ocean views, ecolodges immersed in the jungle, and sophisticated tent camps.
Fresh tropical produce, healthy and locally harvested. Dining experiences from Costa Rica, US and Europe. Restaurants and catering, from fine international dining to local platters, your palate will be pleased.
In Costa Ballena and the Osa Peninsula adventure awaits! Fancy whale watching, wildlife, mangrove and river tours, Boruca indigenous town, horseback riding?
Costa Rican and foreign alike. Ballena Tales is a travel guide and magazine covering Costa Ballena in the Canton of Osa in the South Pacific region of Costa Rica. It is a fully bi-lingual, bimonthly and full color, glossy magazine. The distribution is 18,000 copies a year all along the coast down to Sierpe and even Drake´s Bay, including the Palmar Sur and Quepos airports. The magazine introduces the reader to the local community life, with interviews of pioneers, writers and artists.You will find useful information such as tide charts, what to do, events, restaurant and Osa hotels listings. Ballena Tales is very proud of its team of assiduous writers, appealing art design and satisfied advertisers Read More
A World of Light and Color Costa Ballena is the place where the forest meets the South Pacific Ocean. It comprises the area from the Barú River, crossing the bridge at Dominical all the way to the mouth of Térraba River in Coronado. The following small towns belong to the area... Read more