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“A Hotel that will do Wonders to your Relationship!”

Please meet Mark.  He and his partner have fallen in love with the Kura Hotel in Uvita, Costa Rica.  He considers himself an absolute “hotel snob”, who travels the world and is always looking for “that place” with “the extra something”.  He says that at Kura he has finally found it. Mark is from London and lives in

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How we turn Happy Guests into Raging Fans

Come see for yourself!  We are transparent in what we do.   All back of the house areas are accessible to our guests.  When you walk the talk of sustainability, there is nothing to hide.  And we have found that our guests honor that – no, they love it! At every Cayuga Collection Hotel in Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama,

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Lapa Rios Guide School for Guests – Meet Our First Graduates

Earlier this year, we proudly launched the brand new Guide School for Guests at Lapa Rios Lodge.  Following months of careful program planning, the team successfully put together an exciting itinerary featuring everything from Lapa Rios classics to newly curated Osa experiences in collaboration with the community.  Mixed in too were masterclasses from our experienced guides on special

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Jicaro Island Lodge in Nicaragua Set to Reopen Nov 15th, 2018

High Season 2018 was the very best period for tourism in the history of Jicaro Lodge and Nicaragua.  The country received endless international praise for its authentic travel experiences, and visitors flocked to Nicaragua to visit its unspoiled beaches, volcanoes and cultural landmarks, and to meet its friendly and upbeat people.  Iberia had scheduled direct flights from

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No One Cares about Sustainable Travel? We Beg to Differ

We are big fans of Skift.com and its founder and CEO Rafat Ali. We love how he speaks up and challenges industry leaders and politicians on travel-related issues.  Last month, Ali published a great article entitled “The 21 Uncomfortable Truths That I Have Learned About the Travel Industry”.  In it, he says that some of the learnings

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