Travel Guide and Magazine #72, South Pacific Costa Rica
Dear Reader of Ballena Tales Magazine:
Reading this your favorite magazine, which offers you the most exciting and varied content you have ever come across in a South Pacific business-sponsored media, we know you will find yourself very relaxed and lively. You will feel transported to paradise that those of us who live here appreciate and protect.
In times of adversity, we want to demonstrate that the world does not stop. Crises like the one we are experiencing, force us to get off our pedestal and create sober and friendly alternatives for the planet. Difficulties discipline the mind to focus, thus freeing fertile ground for creativity. Interestingly, historically many of the most iconic companies have forged, molded, and survived tough times.
And please don’t go back to “normal” since normal was the problem. We have to learn to take care of our oceans and nature and to collaborate with each other. We are far more spectacular than normal!
In the South Pacific of Costa Rica, we live in paradise. We enjoy a benevolent climate, an exuberant nature, and we live in a community of beautiful people. We are self-sufficient: we produce milk, rice, meat, vegetables, and fruits.
In a matter of weeks, our markets have created digital marketing channels for their products. Such channels in the future will help them optimize sales.
Remember that our brains complement the image we hold in mind and transform it into our reality. Visualize, re-invent and regain the vision of a beautiful, harmonious, and full-color future! If countless people did this, what do you think they can achieve?
In the meantime, try to eat healthy, don’t forget to see the beauty around you and feel the love!
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A cordial Greeting
Dagmar Reinhard, Editor
Ballena Tales Magazine and Travel Guide
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 bilingual, bi-monthly and full color magazine. The distribution is 18,000 copies a year along the coast to Sierpe and even the Osa Peninsula, including the Palmar Sur and Quepos airports.
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.
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
South Pacific Costa Rica Beaches,
Looking for business directories, maps or other printouts? We’ve got that too!
Dare to Discover and Enjoy…
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The mystic mountains, only 20 km away from the bustling shopping oasis of San Isidro, nestled in the Talamanca mountain range, lays the Cloudbridge Reserve. It extends up to 2600m along the foot of the Chirripo, the highest mountain in Costa Rica.
This dynamo of a doctor never stops learning and spends some of her non-working hours studying online veterinary and aviculture classes.
We continually strive to be the best magazine in the South Pacific of Costa Rica, and we thank those customers who are choosing Ballena Tales Magazine as the means of print communication for their products.
The seed for Royal Palm Interiors designs was probably planted back in 2006. When we were ready to think about building and furnishing our new home in Costa Rica, we discovered the only place to find any decent selection of furniture was in San Jose. A carpenter could build us some wood furniture – but would it comfortable? They were good at making doors and cabinets – not sofas! My background was interior design, so let’s say I was a bit particular. Shelagh Duncan
The green-black poison frog, a beautiful jewel of Costa Rica tropical forest. Please protect them so that future generations can also appreciate them!
As more people fish for Tuna, the fish get smarter and more selective. However, because we are in such a remote location in Drake Bay, the fishing pressure here is virtually non-existent.
On March 15, 2020, due to the affliction suffered by those linked to the tourism industry in the area, loss of jobs, or temporary closure of businesses, the committee was activated. The protocol was adapted to the needs specific to the emergency and the recommendations of the Ministry of Health. The committee’s attention to the crisis was summarized in 3 stages:
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