It's easy to leave Nosara thinking the only wildlife that really exists are howler monkeys, coatis, and a select few other creatures that venture into the town. However, this is simply not true. Take a walk on the Nosara Civic Association trails, or through the land within the Ostional Wildlife [...]
The Ostional Wildlife Refuge: As Tourism Rises is it Time the Realities Fell in Line with the Rules?
At 12:01:01 am on January 1st 2020, the most obvious signal we had entered a new decade was a loud, drawn-out, firework display. Although the launch pad was North Playa Guiones, these privately funded fireworks could be seen and heard from miles away. That they were spectacular goes without saying. [...]
On February 2, Costa Ricans nationwide elected 6138 candidates including mayors, vice mayors, councilors and syndics to represent them until 2024. This included the Canton of Nicoya presiding over Nosara. So what do these municipal positions mean, how do they operate, who was voted in, and what does that mean [...]
From Natural Disaster to Nature Reserve – The Nosara Civic Association Unveils Ambitious Plans for the Nosara Dump
Mount Trashmore in Virginia, Fresh Kills Park in Staten Island, Balloon Fiesta Park in Albuquerque and many more. These public parks offer things like skating, running and cycling tracks, workout areas, environmental protection zones and other areas designed for visitors to enjoy. Although these public spaces differ in terms of [...]
On the morning of Friday 8th November, representatives of MOPT and CONAVI, Diego Vásquez and Luis Artavia, met with The Development Association of Nosara (ADIN), and the Route 160 Committee at the ADIN office to get the latest report on the continuance of work along the Route 160 stretching from [...]