Picture a tropical paradise and you’re likely thinking of somewhere that resembles Tamarindo, which is situated in Costa Rica along the north Pacific Coast. While some of Costa Rica’s beautiful beaches might be difficult to access, Tamarindo has made its roads tourist-friendly, so that all visitors can experience the beauty of this Guanacaste beach town. This destination is popular with tourists because of its modern development, like paved roads, but don’t worry about it being too crowded or too commercial. There are so many activities for all types of people, that you won’t see everyone heading to one place and causing overcrowding. Of course, beaches can sometimes be crowded in Costa Rica, but you’ll be too busy soaking in the bright sunshine and splashing around in the stunning turquoise water to care about sharing the beach with other happy visitors and laid-back Ticos.
The Tamarindo Wild Life Natural Shelter is one of the biggest nesting places for the leatherback turtle together with the Baulas Marine National Park.
A couple of New York decided to travel to Costa Rica for marriage. This is Dacia Kwiatkowski and Rachel Chase, who are residents of Brooklyn, New York, United States, and joined civilly in Cahuita. The ceremony was attended by 37 people between family members and friends of the couple. Came to marry in national territory because it was here where he organized his …Continue reading
The Inter-American Human Rights Court published an opinion Jan. 9 stating that all of its signatory countries should provide gay couples with the same legal rights to marriage as heterosexual couples. See article.Continue reading
Back on January 9, the Inter American Court of Human Rights (IACHR) ruled that all its member states, including Costa Rica, must recognize same-sex marriage along with the same rights that heterosexual couples enjoy. See article.Continue reading