Pacific Winter

Winter in Costa Rica is full of drama, contrasts, exploding colors or fading grays. The songs of the humpback whales are back. Storms come and go. Water is abundant and the landscape is enriched with textures and reflections bursting with life. Read More

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Ephemeral Fires

Costa Rican rainy season can be chaotic and terribly unpredictable. Expect torrential downpour and a minute later, stunning sunsets and ephemeral fires in the sky. This was the case for my visit to the cliff of Guacalillo in the Central Pacific coast. Read More

Over Treetops & Sunsets

The pinnacle of Costa Rica’s continental divide, Monteverde, is a hub for nature enthusiasts, thriving ecotourism, and outdoor adventure. From great hikes, hanging bridges, and breathtaking scenery to extreme adrenaline canopy zip lines above the treetops, this cloud forest has plenty to offer its visitors. Read More

Reflections of Independence

This year Costa Rica celebrated its independence from Spain with a long weekend and to make the most of it, I decided to visit Bahía Ballena and its Marine National Park for the first time. Bahía Ballena in spanish means “Whale Bay” named after its very iconic coastline shaped as a the tail of a… Read More