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Best Time to Visit Costa Rica is Green Season

Costa Rica has just two very distinct seasons, with fans and supporters of both. Costa Rica is due to explode “year round” as more visitors discover the benefits in both the dry and the green periods. The high or “Dry Season” begins late November and continues into May. This period is often frequented by northern […]

Destination Costa Rica Popular As Ever

Destination Costa Rica Popular As Ever

Las Aguas Jungle Lodge in Costa Rica is owned by a Florida doctor who tirelessly promotes San Jose and outback Costa Rica as a gay and lesbian destination, along with his fellow Floridian James of Colours Costa Rica. The pair was spotted working the gay travel show crowd in Ft. Lauderdale during the IGLTA convention. […]

Colours Oasis Resort – 25 in 25 Special

Our “25 in 25” Special … Celebrate Colours Destinations’ Silver Anniversary with 25% off our already reduced rates in this our 25th year of Gay Tourism when you book 7 or more nights in Colours Oasis Resort – San Jose. We offer to create a customized package for guests or their agents throughout Costa Rica […]

Latin Destinations: Costa Rican Art Oasis

I just discovered an exclusive retreat for lovers of nature and art, operated by gay partners Carlos & Randy, in a private rainforest preserve in southern Costa Rica. No way could Steve & Bob (from Las Aguas Waterfall Jungle Lodge an hour away) believe what was behind the electronic gate after driving 6kms on some […]

Jet Lag Cure Specific to Costa Rica

I’ve learned two things in my first two days in Central America. The locals – Ticos – live to a very ripe old age, probably because they know how to achieve a natural wellbeing by connecting with the universe’s vital energy. My encounter with a massage practitioner named Luis Alberto Sanchez helped me discover my […]

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Rainbow Rambler on Travel Photography

Tip: When visiting a new land, listen to the locals, listen to your fellow tourists, put down your cameras and just be. Anyone who’s been to the Louvre in Paris or Borobudur Temple in Java will have seen that kind of tourist who walks around everywhere with their selfie-stick phone or camera in front of […]