The Gold Coast of Guanacaste in the North-West region of Costa Rica’s Pacific coast is known to be a place filled with entertainment and experiences. But it is also surprisingly eclectic and diverse when it comes to food. Our gorgeous community of Playa Tamarindo alone has over 100 different dining options.
Playa Tamarindo is not only popular amongst tourists, surfers and investors, but it is also the center of attention for many big event-producing companies that target our beautiful beach and town. It is one of their desired and strategic location to gather as many people as possible and make it a successful event.
Since a very young age, Costa Ricans learn about our nationals symbols, their background and what they represent. Costa Ricans honor and take a lot of pride on these symbols because they symbolize Costa Rican culture, way of living and traditions. Some examples below.
In Costa Rica, popular or cultural festivals reflect the ideologies and aspirations of a nation. These allow to see the desires, the worries and the emotional and intuitive contents of the Costa Rican people. They make us think of cultural diversity, assimilation and miscegenation.
Currency in its most precise sense is money in any form circulating as a medium of exchange, especially in the form of banknotes (bills) and coins. Currencies are systems of money being used collectively. Under this concept, US dollars, Canadian dollars, Australian dollars and European euros are examples of currencies.
Many people around the world and in the country call Costa Rica the "Switzerland of Central America” for both the outstanding green landscapes and also for the fact that we strive for democracy and have no standing army. As beautiful as Costa Rica may be, it has areas that stand out the most.
Costa Rica, land of green and natural landscapes, lush and misty foliage and home to 5% of the world’s biodiversity, is no different to other countries when it comes to avoiding and attacking environmental issues that degrade the country’s natural life.
While general weather in Costa Rica tends to be relatively consistent, the variety in microclimates does not cease to amaze us. One of the easiest ways to experience microclimates in Costa Rica is to take a bus trip from Atenas to my home city of Cartago or vice versa.