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Inside the eco-lodge with its own rainforest and sloths on-site
A stay at this luxury lodge helps to protect the wildlife and nature that surrounds it.
Human expansion pushes howler monkeys toward deadly power lines
The NGO Save Monkeys fears it will soon be reporting at least one death a day, and that howler monkeys will die out as a result.
One man and his €3m drone set out to save wildlife in Costa Rica
Earthrace conservationist Pete Bethune uses dogs, drones and technology to save Costa Rica’s biodiversity and jungles.
How did Costa Rica become the greenest, happiest country in the world?
The country made some bold decisions about how to spend its money.
Costa Rica is going to start offsetting visitors’ carbon footprints
Costa Rica is going to start offsetting visitors’ carbon footprints in an effort to support sustainable tourism.
Decoy sea turtle eggs help track down illegal wildlife traffickers
Meet the GPS-enabled InvestEggator.
Former Costa Rican prison island, San Lucas is now a tourist paradise
Looking for low-cost and highly nutritious food? Try insects!
The head of the University of Costa Rica's Insects Museum decided three years ago to replace animal protein in his diet with crickets, ants, cockroaches, beetles and other insects - and wants to encourage others to do the same.
Costa Rican man faces down hungry crocodiles to make ends meet
A 27-year-old man feeds wild crocodiles on the banks of River Tarcoles, Puntarenas province in Costa Rica for tourists willing to pay money for the spectacle.
French boy accused of reintroducing measles to Costa Rica
The 5-year-old and his parents are on holidays in the Latin American country.
Costa Rica park creates giraffe gene bank to help protect the species
A group of giraffes has been brought to a park in Costa Rica in the hope of creating a genetic bank. The aim is that they will eventually reproduce and help save the species.
Watch: Costa Ricans protest against Nicaraguan migrants fleeing violence
Hundreds of Costa Ricans marched on San Jose on Sunday (September 02) to protest against the arrival of migrants from neighbouring Nicaragua, who are fleeing instability and violence during widespread protests against President Daniel Ortega.
Watch how these turtles are protected in Costa Rica
A controversial new management plan is helping to improve the survival of the sea turtles in a small town in Costa Rica.
Carlos Alvarado to be Costa Rica's next president
Support for gay marriage helped the centre-left candidate triumph over his more conservative rival
Costa Rica presidential election set to be decided by run off
Evangelical singer Fabricio Alvarado Munoz will face-off against unrelated ex-government minister Carlos Alvarado Quesada
12 dead in Costa Rica plane crash
Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solís confirmed in a statement that 12 people have died in a plane crash in the country, among them were 10 Americans and two Costa Ricans
Costa Rica trials hydrogen bus
Costa Rica has begun to test a hydrogen bus in the hope of becoming a zero emissions country within just a few years.
Half a day in Papagayo, Costa Rica
Let’s go fishing or enjoy one of the many tropical beaches of Guanacaste Province in Costa Rica. As the weather gets cold in Europe and most prepare
Tropical Storm Nate strikes havoc in Central America
Torrential rain lashed Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Honduras as the storm headed north towards Mexico and the US.
Half day in La Fortuna, Costa Rica
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Costa Rica hit by first hurricane since records began
Otto was the first hurricane ever known to have hit Costa Rica and it caused a national emergency to be declared.
Hurricane Otto bears down on Costa Rica
A late-season storm in the Caribbean has been upgraded to a hurricane as authorities in Panama reported at least four people had been killed and several were…
Watch: Time-lapse video of Turrialba volcano eruption
During an eruption that lasted hours, Costa Rica’s Turrialba volcano blanketed vast areas in ash, threatening the health of elderly citizens and suspending flights at San Jose’s international…
Costa Rica bottleneck traps hundreds of African migrants
Europe is not the only region facing a refugee crisis.
Cuban migrants still stranded in Costa Rica
Four thousand Cuban migrants did their best to celebrate Christmas despite being stranded in Costa Rica for months. On Christmas Eve, they cooked
Costa Rica pilgrims walk on their knees to shrine
Crowds of devout Catholics in Costa Rica have been making the annual pilgrimage to pay homage to the Virgin of Los Angeles in Cartago near the