Costa Ballena, Osa, South Pacific Costa Rica Digital Magazine and Travel Guide
Costa Ballena is where the forest meets the South Pacific Ocean in the Osa Canton. It comprises the area from the Barú River, crossing the bridge at Dominical to the mouth of the Térraba River in Coronado.
Visit Uvita Beach at Marino Ballena National Park, the famous Whale’s Tail, with a length of about 2296 feet and a width of 820 feet; it is the world’s third-largest sandbank. During the low tide, you can walk to its very end.
The Fishermen Author: Karolina Magdalena Living in Dominicalito on the beach with fishermen has been so much different from living in Dominical or Uvita. Not speaking Spanish was no longer an option–my Tico neighbors insisted, […]
The French Cafe offers a great variety of classic French cuisine, like a croque monsieur or different tartes that can be eaten while having a glass of French wine in hand.
The Teslito Initiative Author: The GoFundMe Initiative Pepe Lopez is a young man who cares deeply about his community. It is immediately apparent that his heart beats for Dominicalito’s children and that he dedicates his […]
Those who choose fishing as an antidote to heart attacks, obesity, depression, and even depression will live to be 100 years old.
HeaLynn Essentials Author: Pura Bee Amor We, Carlos Guadamuz & Heather Sanden, are grateful to be a part of this Ballena Tales issue and to share our bee love with you! We do this through […]
Costa Ballena lifeguards program Author: Brad Dean Costa Rica has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. They are also some of the deadliest. Each year, on average, 50 people drown from the […]
Our intuition hides behind different words. Its language expands to many other forms present in our daily lives,
Traveling with Kids in Costa Rica Author: Cate Gilmour My name is Cate Gilmour. I was born in the Philippines, raised in Dubai, and lived the big city lifestyle in Hong Kong and Singapore before moving […]
How to lose a customer in only 3 months Author: J. Guillen. In three months you can lose as many customers as you had generated over the last 1 -2 years. Generally, in our activity, […]
Guardians Of The Osa Author: Brad Dean We are all defenders, protectors, and temporary keepers of this sacred land we call home, whether we know it or not. And with that tremendous responsibility, it’s important […]
Lost in Paradise Author: Marie Kasseroler There are two things you need to know about Germans. First, they love their rules. If you’re late or go through a red light – God forbid! – you […]
Never Shake Hands With a Sloth Author: Jack Ewing Everybody who visits Hacienda Barú wants to see a sloth, and their first sighting is always an unforgettable experience. Mine was probably more unforgettable than most. […]
A successful local media Author: Carlos León Marketing management is increasingly complex and technological, imposing innovative and creative strategies. At Ballena Tales, we enjoy talking to our advertisers, writters, and readers to hear their comments. […]
Dear readers, advertisers, and collaborators, It is with great joy that we publish this new edition of our free digital magazine
Ojochal. If there is a town along Costa Ballena that genuinely deserves to be called a tranquil spot, it is Ojochal. I If you seek quiet and calm, you will find it here. Thats the […]
The impact of Nature on Human Health Author: Manuela Siegfried, Certified Forest Therapy Facilitator in Costa Rica. I was born in Costa Rica, daughter of an adventurous biologist who taught me from a very young […]
The Good Life All in a Few Hundred Meters Author: Trevor Brown Specific locations and residents help in shaping the town’s atmosphere and vibe. Situated beachfront, hugging the south bank of the Baru River, Dominical […]
Uvita’s Great Culinary Diversity Author: Louisa Bayer Uvita offers more than beautiful beaches, green nature, and great species diversity. The diversity of wildlife and plants is just as significant as its culinary offer. Almost on […]
Mercury the Planet of Light and Communication Author: Naïka Gabriel Naïka Gabriel is an Evolutionary Astrologer, Writer, Teacher, and amateur Herbalist. Naïka has studied astrology since she was 13 years old and earned her certificate […]
A lifestyle of sewing and surfing, life changes! AUTHOR: Allison Burns Traveling has been a passion of mine for several years, allowing me to go outside my comfort zones and connect with people while learning […]
HOW TO HEAL YOUR HEART-BODY-MIND AUTHOR: Karolina Magdalena The beauty of Costa Ballena makes it a stunning place to visit or live. The surrounding ocean, rivers, waterfalls, even trees, and the sounds of animals offer […]
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The mangrove forest and its massive maze and the intertwining of trees and roots is considered to be a critical component acting to subdue tidal surge, reduce erosion, provide opportunities for recreation and serve as nurseries for fisheries.
In each magazine edition, writers often relate to a topic relevant to the particular timing of the publication. Unfortunately, we are all writing with heavy hearts about the loss of Dagmar in this issue. Her vibrant personality and dedication to this magazine will surely be missed.
DISCOVER THE SOUTH PACIFIC
Costa Ballena includes the three towns Dominical, Uvita, and Ojochal.
They have much to offer, from yoga retreats, surfing competitions, and culinary events to a nature walk in the jungle. The tropical climate of the South Pacific of Costa Rica and the happiness of its people make the great atmosphere in bars and restaurants to enjoy a good meal, a cold beer, and generally a pleasant evening.
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The South Pacific paradise of Costa Rica is one of the most beautiful places in the country. Ballena Tales is always there to help. Whether it's finding transportation or a good spa in the area, we know how to reach them or where to find them! By browsing through our Services Section, you can learn more about the services Costa Ballena offers. READ MORE:
Costa Ballena offers you the best surfing conditions: Sunshine almost every day, big waves, and a laid-back atmosphere and lifestyle. Dominical has specially developed into a real surfers' paradise.
The tides chart is one of the favorite pages of our visitors. It is essential to know the ideal time to visit the whale tail at the Marino Ballena National Park, and also useful for lovers of sports fishing and surfing. READ MORE: