Costa Rica Culture

Although famed around the world for their laid-back Costa Rica Culture and friendly, welcoming demeanor, Costa Ricans – known colloquially as Ticos – place great value on the importance of education and democracy. Unlike some other Latin American nations, much of the country is literate, and Costa Rica permanently abolished its military more than 60 years ago.

With so much to offer and a colorful past, Costa Rica Culture is the ideal destination for tourists who want to explore the fascinating history of Latin America amid some of the most stunning scenery found anywhere on Earth.

Discover the World’s Best Coffee at Pura Vida World

Coffee lovers, look no further! Pura Vida World is proud to offer some of the finest coffee in the world, grown in the lush mountains of Tarbaca at over 5800′ elevation. Our coffee beans are carefully tended and picked at just the right time to ensure maximum flavor and freshness. At Pura Vida World, we take our coffee seriously. Our…Read More→

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Uncover the Magic of Obata Coffee at Pura Vida World

Do you consider yourself a coffee connoisseur? If so, we’ve got some exciting news for you. At Pura Vida World, we’re proud to offer a special variety of coffee that you simply won’t find anywhere else – Obata coffee. Obata coffee is a unique strain of the Arabica coffee plant, grown at high elevations in the mountains of Costa Rica….Read More→

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Costa Rica Vacation Rentals

Costa Rica Vacation Rentals

Costa Rica Vacation Rentals have become a huge success for people travelling from the United States to Costa Rica. Renting a house in Costa Rica can be easy if the owner lives in the United States. You will be able to contact the owner and make all the plans to ensure you have a wonderful family vacation in Costa Rica….Read More→

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A Lesson From Costa Rica

Pura Vida World Tarbaca

By Jason Hickel Earlier this summer, a paper published in the journal Nature captured headlines with a rather bleak forecast. Our chances of keeping global warming below the 2C danger threshold are very, very small: only about 5%. The reason, according to the paper’s authors, is that the cuts we’re making to greenhouse gas emissions are being cancelled out by economic growth. In…Read More→

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