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Avianca Airlines enters its 100th year of uninterrupted operation

In 2019 Avianca Airlines celebrates its 100-year anniversary. It ratifies its position as the oldest airline in the Americas and the oldest in the...

FITUR beats the record for participation in its most international edition...

From 23 to 27 January, Madrid will once again become the focus of attention for the international tourism community with FITUR, the International Tourism...

How Ocho Rios, Jamaica became a life-saving Christmas miracle for two...

Rerouting of the Royal Caribbean's Empress of the Seas from Cuba to Ocho Rios, Jamaica meant to be a life-saving Christmas miracle for two sailors. 

Is UNWTO suffering of an induced coma?

UNWTO is experiencing a new type of leader and leadership.

Carnival Cruise Line adds San Francisco to its West Coast port...

Carnival Cruise Line today announced that for the first time, it will offer a series of cruises from San Francisco, with Carnival Miracle operating...

Why AIRBNB and UBER may not be a safe way to...

Traveling to Costa Rica and staying at an AIRBNB and taking an UBER may not be a safe decision. be A body was reportedly found Monday on the Costa Rican property where a Florida woman who recently disappeared was staying. A family is searching for answers after a Florida woman celebrating her birthday with her sister-in-law vanished last week in Costa Rica -- just hours before she was reportedly set to return to the United States.

Four Seasons to pop down on KISMET superyacht

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts will present the third installment of its original global event series in Miami aboard KISMET, a custom designed 95...

International medical tourism event to be held in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is set to host the fourth edition of the Medical Travel International Business Summit 2013, from April 24-26 at Hotel Los Sueños Marriott, in Playa Herradura, Puntarenas.

Costa Rica’s main international airport shut down

Costa Rica's Juan Santamaria International Airport was shut down on Thursday afternoon after the tires of a plane burst upon landing, sending it skidding along the runway, the country's fire chief sai

Costa Rica rocked by 7.6 earthquake

(eTN) - A 7.6 magnitude earthquake shook Costa Rica at 14:42:10 UTC today, Wednesday, September 5, 2012, off the northwest coast, according to a report from the US Geological Survey.

Costa Rica to create Caribbean tourism hub with record investment

The Costa Rican government is aiming to develop a quiet stretch of its Caribbean coast into a tourism mecca with the biggest investment of its kind in the country’s history.

Costa Rica to seek British police help over journalist’s disappearance

LONDON, England - Costa Rica's Vice President and Vice Foreign Minister promised to take the step at a face-to-face meeting in San Jose with Jeremy Browne in October.

Costa Rica beefs up tourist security for upcoming high season

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica - The Tourist Police Force of the Ministry of Public Security (MSP) is preparing its operations plan to increase tourist safety in all their locations during the coming high seas

2 years and still no answers in search for UK journalist...

LONDON, England - The family of missing British journalist Michael Dixon returns to Costa Rica on the second anniversary of his disappearance to continue to look for answers.

New Costa Rican ad campaign targets US, Canadian tourists

The Costa Rica Tourism Board unveiled a new advertising campaign Thursday that aims to lure tourists in the United States and Canada to the isthmus by giving away $1 million worth of vacation packages

WestJet welcomes new Canada-Costa Rica air agreement

CALGARY - WestJet today welcomed the announcement of a new air transport agreement between Canada and Costa Rica.

Over million tourists come to Costa Rica in first half...

During the first six months of the year, Costa Rica received 1.197.199 international tourists admitted for all ports.

What to do in Costa Rica

Costa Rica, with its beautiful beaches, vibrant culture and stunning wildlife, has long been a peaceful haven in Latin America for US tourists - but now, it seems that the rest of the world is getting

Costa Rica seeks UK help on missing journalist

LONDON, England - Commenting on the case of missing British journalist Michael Dixon, Costa Rican foreign minister Rene Castro has said: "We will welcome the co-operation of the [British] police and w

Number of North American tourists to Costa Rica shrinks

Over the last six years the percentage of North American tourists in Costa Rica has declined, new figures show. However the percentage of visitors from Central and South America has increased.

Minister lays out goals for Costa Rican tourism industry

In his second term serving as Costa Rica’s tourism minister, Allan Flores says he feels a little savvier.

UK Foreign Office issues travel warning for Costa Rica

LONDON, England - The Foreign and Commonwealth Office has published an official warning about the increasing number of missing people in Costa Rica on its travel advice website http://www.fco.gov.uk/e

International Travelers’ Philanthropy Conference goes to Costa Rica for 3rd...

Dr. Martha Honey,Co-Founder and Co-Director of CREST, heads the Washington, DC, office and shares with Sandy the upcoming information for the CREST conference in Costa Rica.

Costa Rica rejects request to declare tourism industry in a “state...

Costa Rica rejected a request made by tourism business owners to declare the country's tourism industry in a "state of emergency." In a press release, tourism leaders said they believe the declaration

Costa Rica’s capital rocked by 6-magnitude earthquake

SAN JOSE, Costa Rica – According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a 6-magnitude earthquake rocked the capital city of Costa Rica Friday afternoon.
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