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With RECHERCHÉ furnishings you can bring the unexpected into your home and make it an exceptional place for your family, friends, and yourself.
Surfing can be a great way to relax and escape life’s everyday stress. Discover here some helpful tips that will help you start enjoying the waves.
Those of us who moved to Costa Ballena seeking a simpler, purer life find that we are blessed with a luxury lifestyle beyond what money can buy.
We have created two ponds on our land to increase biodiversity. They provide a home and both food and water for many animals.
Osa Vive is dedicated to ensuring local development under Costa Rican environmental laws. Please help us protect our land. Costa Rica is worth it!
When I found out I was pregnant, I almost gave up and returned to the US. Single mom in a foreign country, me?! Learn how I took on and overcame this challenge anyway.
After living in Costa Rica, coming back to the United States is like a reverse culture shock. Yet, there was much love from friends, family, and horses!
During the seed festival, people from all over the region shared seeds, ideas, projects, plants, and lots of lively and cheerful conversations.
Did you know that cats have healing abilities? Find out how that works and adopt a cat at el Refugio in Uvita! It will drastically improve your life!
In July, Bahía was the center of attraction. On July 9 and 10, the first Multicultural Fair was held at the community hall in Bahía Ballena.
On a whale-watching tour, spectators not only saw a whale jump in front of them but were also able to observe other sea creatures while snorkeling.
What to do, Where to eat and Where to stay…
- Activities and Tours
- Whale Watching Tour
- Natural Attractions
- MarinoBallena National Park
- Hotels and Accommodations
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