Our 2018-2019 High Season Print Edition is here!

December 1, 2018

It’s been one year since we brought The Tico Times back to its roots as a print publication with quarterly special print editions (complementing our daily online coverage)… and we’re celebrating with our 2018-2019 High Season Print Edition, now being distributed nationwide.

Pick up a copy (it will be available online as well starting Dec. 3) to read about our special deep dive into the community of Santa Teresa, on the Nicoya Peninsula; some of our favorite events coming up in the high season; our new Tico Times 5% subscription club; and much more. Check out our list of distributors here; we recommend contacting your favorite pickup point before making a trip since distribution is now under way.

Stay tuned for more on our upcoming visit to Puerto Viejo de Talamanca December 8-16), where we’ll be exploring and gathering stories for ticotimes.net as well as our next print edition in March 2019! Are you a Puerto Viejo resident with tips or suggestions? Contact us at alex@ticotimes.net.

 

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