May we honor the past to save our future: The indigenous heritage of the Quepoa in Manuel Antonio.

With its lush soil and abundance in vacationing opportunities, Manuel Antonio in Costa Rica was a place of settlement long before it became a place for people from all over the World seeking tropical escapades, adventures, wildlife, and beach recreation. The Quepoa was the indigenous tribe, whose settlement dates back to 950-900 years ago, and…

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San José City Tour

An introduction to Costa RicaVisiting the main attractions of the capital city and getting the most important facts to understand Costa Rica, as a country and culture. [justified_image_grid preset=1 ids=34242,34243,34244,34245,34246,34247 last_row=hide] Length 4 Hours Activity Level Easy. Great for: Families, seniors. couples, women. Tour HighlightsTour DescriptionWhat’s included? What to bring? MapQ&AImportant to know Things to acknowledge…

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There is a solution to the looming chocolate shortage – pay farmers a fair price

Retailers and branded manufacturers each take 35-40% of the chocolate’s value, leaving the cocoa farmers themselves with just 5% Photograph: Fair Trade Advocacy Office Brought to you by: The looming chocolate shortage is making headlines around the globe. Terrible, nightmarish forecasts predict a dark future – a future in which the chocolate we now enjoy…

Doka Coffee Plantation

Doka Estate Coffee Tour

Go to the plantation and the factory! Know all about coffee! Shop at an specialized store and check the most beautiful landscapes! Length 2 hours Activity Level Easy. Great for: Great for families, seniors, groups of women or any nature lover. Tour HighlightsTour DescriptionWhat’s included? What to bring? MapQ&AImportant to know Things to acknowledge about…

Tortuga Island with Calypso

Tortuga Island by Calypso

Length 9 Hours on the catamaran and island. 12 Hours if from San José. Activity Level Easy. Optional soft adventure Great for: Families with children, seniors. couples, women. Tour HighlightsTour DescriptionWhat’s included? What to bring? MapQ&AImportant to know: As you arrive at the dock you will board the 71-foot Catamaran ‘Manta Raya’ for an unforgettable trip to…

Five myths about travel insurance

By Everett Potter / USA Today I don’t need travel insurance, I have health and homeowners insurance as well as credit cards that offer protection. You may think you’re locked and loaded, but you’re not, says Lisa Leavitt of ActiveTravels.com, a Newton, Mass.-based Virtuoso travel agency. Travel insurance in its basic form usually provides trip…

Being likeable is a good thing, personally and professionally (For travel agents)

By Mimi Kmet /Travel Market Report To bestselling author, consultant and keynote speaker Tim Sanders, relationship building, generosity and helping others are paramount to business success—as well as to personal fulfillment. Sanders explains his business philosophy in his five books, for which he consulted with Fortune 500 executives. Among them are The Likeability Factor: How…