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Marino Protti: “Nicoya is a worldwide tectonic attraction”

By María Fernanda Cruz - editor@vozdeguanacaste.com

In April of 1997, the Nicoya Peninsula became one of the most important places in the world...

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Blogs

Health

The Before, During and After of Staying Hydrated While Surfing

Those of us who practice water sports often don’t realize how much we sweat. That can lead us to...

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Lifestyle

Just a Board and Some Rope

Every morning I am grateful to walk on beautiful Samara Beach with my little border collie.  We...

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Health

Street Meat: The Reality Behind the Flavor

It’s undeniable: The...

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Health

5 Superfoods You Must Have in Your Kitchen

When we hear the word superfoods, our first thought is that they are...

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Ministry of Environment assures that the Discovery project will not affect Guanacaste’s water

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

“This project does not put any community’s water at risk. It is supplied by wells that had already been drilled on the property,...

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Where is Santa Cruz Spending its Specific Line Items?

By Roberto Acuña and María Fernanda Cruz

The Legislative Assembly sends nearly ¢40 million annually to Santa Cruz’s coffers. The monies are to be used for communal projects, which are...

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Ecotourism park from Discovery Communications will invest $1B in Guanacaste

By María Fernanda Cruz - editor@vozdeguanacaste.com

A group of enterprises will invest $1 billion in Guanacaste’s volcanoes...

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Advertorial- Reserva Conchal: A Sustainable Destination

By Reserva Conchal

Sustainable development is not a system or a process, but rather a lifestyle. Reserva Conchal adopted sustainability as a philosophy, and by using...

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Camaronal Refuge, A Beach For Living the Wildlife

By María Fernanda Cruz - editor@vozdeguanacaste.com

It’s soccer Sunday, and cars are everywhere in Sámara and Puerto Carrillo. So are grills, beachcombers, and folks watching the sunset. Where can...

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Region

Kimberly Yurika: “My life in Guanacaste has everything to do with who I am as a designer”

By Éricka Mora Sánchez - erika@vozdeguanacaste.com

The architect Kimberly Yurika had an unusual hobby in high school: she liked to ride her bike around Tilarán in search of nice homes. When she...

Nature

This Is How Guanacaste’s Most Vulnerable Trees Die

By David Bolaños

As you are reading this article, it is likely that someone else is cutting down a tree native to Guanacaste that is at risk or danger of...

Community

Information is power: La Voz de Guanacaste creates a network of citizen informants in Santa Cruz

By Staff The Voice of Guanacaste - editor@vozdeguanacaste.com

Five community leaders in Santa Cruz have been trained and are ready to become part of La Voz de Guanacaste’s first network of local...

Community

ADI of Nosara reaches agreement to build lifeguard towers at Guiones and Pelada

By Roberto Acuña Ávalos - roberto@vozdeguanacaste.com

Starting on December 1st, Nosara’s beaches will have watchtowers so that local surfers can work...

Region

Yamileth Astorga: “Water law will not see the light of day before this administration is finished”

By José Pablo Román

A project that aims to update Costa Rica’s old water-related legislation is tangled in a legislative labyrinth and will not pass...

Help In Guanacaste’s Conservation Areas This Holy Week

By María Fernanda Cruz - mariafernanda@vozdeguanacaste.com

Guanacaste offers a thousands ways for tourists and locals to enjoy Holy Week. A different...

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Quebrada Honda, A Living Museum

By María Fernanda Cruz - editor@vozdeguanacaste.com

Recaredo Briceño was an exemplary teacher who organized the entire town of Quebrada Honda in the 1930s, building streets and putting together...

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Editorial: Someone Has To Implement Plans For Sexual Diversity in Guanacaste

By Staff The Voice of Guanacaste

You are gay or lesbian and you live in Guanacaste. It bothers you that people label you in the street, that you can’t freely kiss your...

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La Fula in Santa Cruz, The Sweetheart of La Fulana Dynasty

By Éricka Mora Sánchez - foto@vozdeguanacaste.com

I could tell that this asparagus orzo risotto was made with love. It tasted like something I’d eat after breaking up with a boyfriend:...

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Photo of the week

It is hard to find a windmill for water catching, but here we have this tiny one on the road to Villareal, Santa Cruz.                 

 

by Antony Rodriguez
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