Bring on the high season
It’s December now, so the gorgeous weather should start immediately, right? Well, a cold front is still causing chilly temperatures and rain in parts of the country, but the impending arrival of the high season has us looking forward to splashing around under a different kind of falling water in the very near future, bathing in both cool pools and warm sunshine.
And we’re thrilled that our special High Season Print Edition will be out next week. The free 16-page publication will feature an Insiders’ Guide to Costa Rican travel featuring some of our beloved columnists; a Costa Rican map and December-May Cultural Events Calendar; and some of our favorite stories, columns and photos. It will be distributed nationwide through April 30. We also plan to reprint and update the edition throughout that period.
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To become a distributor of this free edition, please contact us (email@example.com or 4000-0838). Distributors will be listed on our website with links to their own sites or Facebook pages, as well as in stories on our site in your area of the country.
Would you like to submit a photo to our #TTPicOfTheDay series – the view from your home or favorite Costa Rican spot, or any other image you care to share? Please send horizontal photos at least 1100 pixels wide to firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to see the sights with you.
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