Guide to Healthy Living in Costa Rica
Author: Kevin Champagne
I do care a lot about my health and my family’s health. It is important to me that we all feel our best to manifest our best attitude and ability. Living in Costa Rica, I am surrounded by people who naturally want to feel better, too. We each have our ideas on how we can feel like the best version of ourselves, but they mostly revolve around the following precepts of everyday life in Costa Rica:
Costa Rica is a land where you can throw a toothpick on the ground, and it will grow roots. The warm climate and wet weather are very forgiving for many local species of fruits, seeds, and root veggies. Most who live here choose to take advantage of this fertile land by planting a few fruit trees, if not more. This equals less shopping, fewer chemicals in your diet, and more pleasure from interacting with what you eat. There’s nothing like the freedom of stepping outside to pick your meal from your yard.
It’s natural to feel physically inspired by our coastal mountain region’s dynamic landscapes in the Southern Zone of Costa Rica. Electric-blue Morpho butterflies abound along the lush and shaded mountain trails that we traverse on our morning walks, e. Waves are caressing our wild and pristine beaches that invite surf-lovers to play. Even a casual stroll along the soft, golden sands of the South Pacific can easily have you working up a sweat. Everyday exercise allows us to enjoy this remarkable landscape for longer while feeling in better shape, too.
Skipping the stress
Kicking back in a hammock with a great book is a favorite way to relax in Costa Rica’s warm, sultry weather. As soon as we begin to feel the pressure building, we look outside, take a deep breath, and appreciate the brightly colored flowers dotted amidst a sea of green and the buzz of the jungle, getting lost in wonder, away from the cycle of stress.
Raising children in Costa Rica in a simpler way
Costa Rica is a place for more green time and less screen time. On top of a good education, children need well-balanced social interaction and real-world play for healthy development. Kids in Costa Rica spend much of their time playing outdoors while learning a new culture and language. Here, in a more natural environment, they have the opportunity to engage in plenty of non-tech activities within our ever-evolving communities.
Ballena Tales is an essential guide and digital comprehensive magazine for travelers, residents, and investors covering Costa Ballena in the Canton of Osa in the South Pacific region of Costa Rica. It is a fully bilingual, bi-monthly, and full-color digital magazine.
The magazine introduces the reader to the life of the local community, with interviews of pioneers, writers, and artists, as well as extensive information on restaurants, hotels, experiences, natural attractions, and wildlife of the South Pacific of Costa Rica.
The road to defining that vision was long, but they finally succeeded. Mora & Valdez Dentistry, located in Vita Plaza, is the result of a new dental clinic. The feeling of being in a place intimately connected with nature that your eyes can appreciate leaves you speechless, and this experience makes us different.
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Continuing with our series of Costarrican banknotes, the blue 2,000 colones features Mauro Fernández Acuña. On the reverse side are contributions from the Coral Reef: the Bull shark, Red Cushion Sea Star, and the Slimy Sea Plume! The 2,000 colones note is slightly larger than the 1,000.
Melvin González Rojas (Kamel), alias KURA^DENKA, is a member of the Boruca community and the Commission for the Heritage of these indigenous peoples. He is a notable artist who stands out for his masterful carvings and his expressive and colorful paintings. He is a Boruca Major’s son who was a prominent educator, painter, and mask sculptor. Kamel has participated in different exhibitions, including the Art and Theater Festivals, the Festival de las Spheres, the National Theater, the Costa Rican Art Museum, and the Expotural in Madrid, Spain.
LA PALAPA RESTAURANT Guillermo Saenz, alias Memo, is Chef at “La Palapa Restaurant”, Hotel Cuna del Ángel. Chef Memo has a long history as a gastronome, trained in Spain and Italy. He worked for several […]
Everyone Has A Story – In 2012, one of my yoga students invited me to join her for an upcoming retreat she had planned. She was in a difficult position because her “Exercise Person” couldn’t join her, and she wanted me to go to complete her team. I asked her when and where this retreat would be happening. She replied, “Next week, in Costa Rica.”
Much like our summer and winter seasons change, the seasons of big surf also changes. The summer months of hot sunny days are gone for now, and a more wet, stormy, and cooler season brings more gifts. Many refer to this wet season as “the green season.” As a surfer, I refer to it as “ the surf season.”
What to do, Where to eat and Where to stay…
- Activities and Tours
- Whale Watching Tour
- Natural Attractions
- Marino Ballena National Park
- Hotels and Accommodations