Nosara, Costa Rica: A Beach Unlike Any in the States…

Jutting out into the Pacific on the country’s northwest corner, the Nicoya Peninsula is set apart geographically from mainland Costa Rica. It’s more than an hour’s drive to the nearest sizable city, Nicoya. And from the capital, San José, and the main international airport there, it will take the better part of a day and include a mix of rough dirt roads and pavement winding through forest, farmland, and mountains. One route, to the southern tip of the peninsula, even includes a ferry crossing.

Fun for All Ages: The Top Five Watersports in Costa Rica

With 763 miles of coastline on the Pacific and Caribbean, Costa Rica is blessed with its share of beautiful beaches…not to mention pristine waters. And inland lakes and rivers provide more outstanding scenery. But these waterways are more than just pretty to look at. They’re the playgrounds of watersports enthusiasts of many different disciplines. Below Read more...: Fun for All Ages: The Top Five Watersports in Costa Rica

I Earn My Income in the World’s Top Scuba Destinations

Many scuba divers are lucky to go on dive trips once or twice a year. With the expense of travel and limited vacation time, that's all they can afford. But Francesca Diaco wasn't satisfied with that... "Money doesn't motivate me," says Francesca. "What motivates me is making people happy and doing something I love." So, she designed a new income and life that allowed her to indulge her love of the water as much as she wanted—at world class dive spots.