The Weather In Costa Rica

The Weather in Costa Rica:  Why the “Weather App” almost always gets it wrong…

Living in North America or Europe, many of our guests are used to turning to their weather apps when planning […]

What is it like here in the “Rainy Season”?

There seems to be a general aversion of traveling to the tropics in the rainy season. Visiting Costa Rica and Nicaragua between […]

Sustainable Seafood Initiative at Lapa Rios Lodge

Dock to Dish brings the freshest and most sustainable seafood to Lapa Rios, a National Geographic Unique Lodge, on the […]

The British Discovery of Costa Rica

Tourist arrivals from the United Kingdom to Costa Rica grew by over 50 percent between 2015 and 2016.  The UK […]

Award winning sustainable hotel management company Cayuga NatGeo Legacy winners.

We did it! Cayuga won the National Geographic World Legacy Awards 2017

This award means a lot to all of us at the Cayuga Collection Hotels and Lodges in Costa Rica and […]

Corcovado luxury lodge in Costa Rica award winning NatGeo lodges of the World.

Why is the Cayuga Collection in Costa Rica named after a Lake in upstate New York?

Last week, there was an important feature on Cayuga Collection’s Lapa Rios Lodge published on the Associated Press websites; the […]

Ecotourism and Education: A real life Story from 25 years ago

This is a story about our neighbor Cecilia and her 5 children.  It’s a tale of one mother’s dedication to […]

Travel to Latin America in 2017:  PEOPLE OVER POLITICS

We are living a strange and fraught moment in history, which has presented a new set of challenges for travelers. […]

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Cayuga Collection sweeps TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice awards

There are few things more rewarding than being chosen by your own guests as one of the best. At the […]

Costa Rica – so much Biodiversity in such a Small Country

Costa Rica is considered to be a “world champion” in biodiversity.  Especially considering that it is such a small country. […]