The Tico Times accompanied a Border Police squad on a patrol along the country’s southern border to see how migrants continue to reach Costa Rica.
Vice Minister of the Interior Carmen Muñoz told The Tico Times that the cease-fire announcement between Colombia and the FARC could result in a drop in the number of asylum-seekers from Colombia.
“We want marriage equality, we want everything that other families have,” said Marisol Mayorga, one of the hundreds of people who marched in San José’s 2016 LGBT pride parade on Sunday.
Luis Madrigal steps into the Weekend Arts Spotlight to talk about his love for not only painting Costa Rican oxcarts in Sarchí, but also working to preserve the country’s history and traditions.
Panama is preparing to officially open its canal this weekend to far bigger cargo ships after nearly a decade of expansion work aimed at boosting transit revenues and global trade.
An exciting week for Costa Rican football star Raquel Rodríguez ended with a beautiful golazo from the decorated 22-year-old midfielder.
Costa Rican authorities said they wanted to extradite Saatio “as soon as possible” to prevent any further attempts at escape.
This weekend Costa Rican chocolate will be front and center as the Antigua Aduana in San José hosts the first Feria de Chocolate.
Our picks for some of the top events in the coming days.