The genus Porthidium or Hognosed pitvipers in Costa Rica are represented by four species. Two of them are endemic, the White-tailed Hognosed Pitviper and the Costa Rican Hognosed Pitviper.
SAILCARGO INC. is a carbon-negative marine freight company building the first traditional wind-powered ship here in Costa Rica. In around two years, the Ceiba will transport 350 tons of coffee, cacao, and other goods from Central America to the United States and Canada.Continue reading
A Journey Towards Organics Meet Miliki Lopez Mendez, a graduate of Vida Autenica’s organic agriculture program, and one of our founding vendors at Feria Tinamaste. Thirty-five years ago, Miliki was working on a conventional agricultural farm, where the spraying of […]Continue reading
Plasmage has revolutionized aesthetic medicine by offering new non-surgical treatment options. This new technology, like many others, is available in Costa Ballena.Continue reading
What looks like a miniature pre-historic monster (1 to 2 kilos), is listed by Guinness Book of World Records as the world´s fastest lizard. It will eat almost anything from fruit to juveniles of its own species, and is commonly found in the Costa Ballena.Continue reading
Happy Feet Ballet & Performing Art present the magical performance of the timeless holiday classic, The Nutcracker Ballet in the South Pacific of Costa RicaContinue reading