Three women sit next to a massive waterfall in Costa Rica

Indigenous Tour & Waterfalls in Cahuita

Exploring Costa Rica’s Indigenous Reserve and Majestic Waterfalls through a BriBri Tour Costa Rica is known for many things. It’s known for its endless tropical pristine beaches, lush jungles, and vast national parks. It’s also known for its adventure activities. … Read More

Sloth in a tree at The Goddess Garden

Costa Rica: A Wildlife Lover’s Paradise

Costa Rica boasts an Incredible amount of Biodiversity Costa Rica is a wildlife lover’s paradise! The small Central American country of Costa Rica is home to 5% of species found worldwide, though it contributes to only 0.03% of the earth’s … Read More

Japanese Art of “Forest Bathing”

by C Kali Aitken Unfold in the presence of nature…. You are immersed in the jungle during your entire time at The Goddess Garden.  You have an opportunity to forest / jungle bath several times each day and the benefits … Read More

Costa Rican Flag

The flag of Costa Rica was officially adopted on September 29, 1848. The blue and white are the original colors used by the United Provinces of Central America, while the combined red, white and blue are modeled after the colors … Read More

Tropical Fruits of Costa Rica

Costa Rica may be renowned for its pristine beaches and lush ​rainforests, but it’s also home to many gardens that grow an abundant variety of tropical fruit. Try some for yourself by visiting the weekend farmers’ markets, sampling a fruit smoothie at a … Read More

Oropendola Bird: A Spectacle to Behold

Learn more about the Oropendola Bird and their Unique Mating Rituals The bird is called the Oropendola (often, and understandably, misspelled as “Oropendula”). It’s a largish bird that looks black from a distance but is actually dark brown, with bright … Read More

Learn more about Talamanca

The Goddess Garden is located in Talamanca. The canton of Talamanca is located in the extreme southeast of the province of Limon, Costa Rica. It is comprised of the districts of Cahuita, Bratsi, Telire and Sixaola, the area which has the … Read More

Why Do Birds Migrate?

For a bird, traveling hundreds or thousands of miles between its breeding and non-breeding ranges is a difficult, perilous journey, one that not all birds survive. So why do birds migrate? What reasons send millions of birds into the risky … Read More

What to Pack for your Rainforest Visit

Visiting a tropical rainforest promises to be a memorable experience. Rainforests house around half the world’s plant and animal species and are home to indigenous people who live in ways quite unlike those in the western world. Further, rainforests are … Read More

7 BOOKS FOR YOGIS

Knowledge is power. It’s what differentiates one person’s ability from the next, it’s what shapes and molds us into who we are, and most importantly how we can give back. 1. Light on Yoga Written by the man who is … Read More