Nauyaca Waterfalls

Located deep inside the tropical rainforest mountains of the southern coast of Costa Rica, the Nauyaca Waterfalls burst into life through an spectacular canyon of rock and lush vegetation. What a sight! Read More

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Of Ghostly Waters and Battlefields

Our constant search for the perfect shooting location, led fellow Costa Rican photographer, Luis Figuer and myself on a photographic tour of the South Pacific coast of Costa Rica. We mainly focused our search on the rocky, ever changing landscapes of Dominical an its surroundings. An extremely dramatic location filled with great photo opportunities. Some… 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

Herradura’s Tranquil Waters

Herradura is a calm “horseshoe” shaped beach nestled between the warm waters of the Pacific and the tropical rainforest on the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. It has become a nice place to escape to for those limited on time, given its close proximity to the capital San José. The area has seen a… Read More

Weekend in Arenal Volcano

My family and I decided to take a weekend trip to one of Costa Rica’s most notable natural landmarks, the Arenal Volcano. This impressive volcano resides within the 29,960-acre Arenal Volcano National Park. Arenal rises above the surrounding rainforest with near perfect symmetry The area hosts many activities including whitewater rafting, hiking and canopy tours,… Read More

Road Tripping Cartago

Cartago, Costa Rica’s first capital, is one of the oldest communities in the country. It was home to the first Spanish settlement since its foundation in 1563 by Juan Vásquez de Coronado. This territory remained the capital city of Costa Rica until 1823, when the country’s first elected president, Juan Mora Fernández, decided to relocate.… Read More

Irazú Sunset & Stargazing

Irazú is an active volcano in Costa Rica, situated in the Cordillera Central in Cartago. Its most famous recent eruption began March 19, 1963 (continuing until 1965) on the day US President John F. Kennedy started a state visit to Costa Rica. It showered with ash the capital San José and much of the central… Read More