Eco Tourism Tips

5 Things To Look For When Choosing The Best Eco Resort In Costa Rica

Costa Rica’s been a leading country in sustainable efforts for years now, and there is no exception when it comes to green tourism. There are tons of great eco-friendly resorts to stay at, but there are 5 crucial things you … Read More

10 Things That Prove Cahuita Costa Rica Is A Hidden Gem You Need To Visit

Many vacation spots claim to be the best place to spend your precious time off. But in Cahuita Costa Rica, you’ll find an escape like no other. Leave behind crowded beaches and chain hotels, and let us show you why … Read More

Costa Rica’s Wildlife: The Secret to How We Coexist and Thrive

It is undeniable that immersing yourself in nature is beneficial for your health and well-being. Spending time in the sunshine away from our hectic modern lives is grounding and healthy in many ways. Here in Costa Rica, we recognize these … Read More

What to Do on a Rainy Day in Costa Rica

There are two seasons in Costa Rica, rainy season and dry season. Some parts of the country are rainier than others, but if you are in Costa Rica between May and November, you can expect to experience some rain – from … Read More

The Butterfly Effect: Personal Cycles of Transformation, Rebirth and Renewal

There is something about the butterfly that seems to inspire us. No doubt we’ve all experienced the mesmerizing awe felt at the sight of its captivating beauty and grace as it gently floats by. These beautiful and magnificently colored creatures … Read More

Cahuita, a place to connect with nature.

Cahuita, in the South Caribbean, is a truly charming town; a real Caribbean town where time seams to be stopped, with heaven on Earth beaches surrounded by dense tropical forest, shores of the turquoise sea, the black and white sand … Read More

Learning more about the Red-Eyed Tree Frogs

Type: Amphibian Family: Hylidae Range: The Red-Eyed Tree Frog is found from Southern Mexico to eastern Panama including Central America. They are found more on the Caribbean coast of Cost Rica and in small numbers in the lowlands on the pacific side. They … Read More