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Foreign Tourist Injured in Canopy Tour Fall in Sámara, Guanacaste, Costa Rica - The Costa Rica Star

The Costa Rica Star

Foreign Tourist Injured in Canopy Tour Fall in Sámara, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
The Costa Rica Star
A 15-year-old foreign tourist dropped from a height of about 35 meters while he was on a canopy tour in Costa Rica's northern Pacific coast town of Sámara
The incident occurred in Santo Domingo de Sámara on Wednesday afternoon, reported the Nicoya ...


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Safest Counties of Costa Rica are in Guanacaste, Alajuela and Puntarenas - The Costa Rica News

The Costa Rica News

Safest Counties of Costa Rica are in Guanacaste, Alajuela and Puntarenas
The Costa Rica News
Today's most dangerous province of Costa Rica is San Jose, the capital city, according to the latest police reports
It is ranked as the city with the highest number of assaults
This is according to data published by the National Investigation Bureau ...





A helping hand in La Cruz, Guanacaste - The Tico Times

The Tico Times

A helping hand in La Cruz, Guanacaste
The Tico Times
Officials from the National Police, Coast Guard, the Intelligence and Security Division (DIS) and the Municipality of La Cruz, Guanacaste, visited the northern Guanacaste communities of Las Vueltas, Cangrejal de Cuajiniquil and Puerto Soley to hand out ...




Athletes Hold Guanacaste Flag High - Voice of Guanacaste

Voice of Guanacaste

Athletes Hold Guanacaste Flag High
Voice of Guanacaste
Much like Génova, other athletes find ways to play their sport, study and work to pay the expenses they face in order to compete for Guanacaste and for Costa Rica
The support they receive from the county sports committees and national sports ...





Tropical Storm Nate Hits Costa Rica Hard: Seven Dead, Thousands In Shelters - Q Costa Rica News

Q Costa Rica News

Tropical Storm Nate Hits Costa Rica Hard: Seven Dead, Thousands In Shelters
Q Costa Rica News
Tropical Storm Nate has hit Costa Rica hard, especially in areas of Guanacaste were major roads have become raving rivers and hundreds of homes are under water
The government decreed a state of emergency to facilitate the channeling of resources to ...





Costa Rica's Safest Counties Are in Guanacaste, Alajuela and Puntarenas Provinces - The Costa Rica Star

The Costa Rica Star

Costa Rica's Safest Counties Are in Guanacaste, Alajuela and Puntarenas Provinces
The Costa Rica Star
Police assault data for Costa Rica's counties continue to rank San José as being the most violent, and Escazú fell three places in the judiciary police's ranking of the country's regions by number of assaults, according to data released this week by ...

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Nalu, Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica - wallpaper.com

wallpaper.com

Nalu, Guanacaste Province, Costa Rica
wallpaper.com
Thanks to a heady combination of good weather, calming thickets of foliage and a lively and colourful community centred on nature and the beach, Costa Rica is having something of a moment right now, and a long overdue one, if you ask us
The newly ...





Rescue operations, recovery continue after Hurricane Nate - The Tico Times

The Tico Times

Rescue operations, recovery continue after Hurricane Nate
The Tico Times
The National Emergency Commission (CNE) released this photo of Costa Rican Red Cross Search and Rescue workers helping people in the Guanacaste community of Sardinal, which was isolated by flooding
Red Cross workers made temporary bridges so ...


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Nothing Escaped Nate! - Q Costa Rica News

Q Costa Rica News

Nothing Escaped Nate!
Q Costa Rica News
There is no bus service to many communities, such as in Guanacaste or the southern zone, where a landslide on the Ruta 2 (interamerican sur) has closed off passage from the Perez Zeledon and Paso Canoas
Getting a taxi is almost impossible, and if one ...





UPDATED: Tropical storm causes deaths, flooding in Costa Rica and region - The Tico Times

The Tico Times

UPDATED: Tropical storm causes deaths, flooding in Costa Rica and region
The Tico Times
Tropical Storm Nate followed weeks of unusually heavy rains that had already caused chaos in many Costa Rica communities, from overflowing rivers to infrastructure damage
In general, the intense rainy season ..
potable water throughout Costa Rica ...


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