Zika first made it into the news big time in February 2016. Back then, we published a blog recommending that pregnant women or women who were actively trying to get pregnant should not be traveling to Costa Rica. Two and a half years on, how is the situation looking now in Costa Rica in mid-2018? Much better.
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Cayuga Collection’s Isla Palenque Resort in the Golfo de Chiriqui in Panama has been open to guests for a month now. Early bookings have exceeded our expectations and our guests are leaving the island fascinated with the experience on the island. We have launched our new website a few weeks ago and we are getting a lot of
At Cayuga, we believe in healthy lifestyles and a stay at one of our sustainable luxury hotels and lodges in Central American can boost our guest’s health in many different ways. Here is how… According to Euromonitor International, an important market research firm based in the UK, healthy living is a very important megatrend shaping
“Tourism acts like fire. If used right, it can change the world for the better. But if it gets out of control, its powers can be highly destructive.” Those are the wise words of Costas Christ, one of the world’s most renowned sustainable tourism consultants, shared in a meeting at National Geographic last month. His comments come at
If you live in a place like London, New York, Chicago, Berlin or Toronto, most likely you are planning your activities and travel around the forecasts of your weather app. If you live in the tropics, you probably learned quickly, that a weather app for a place like Costa Rica is completely useless. Here is why…
During the month of May, we celebrated the 15th Anniversary of the Cayuga Collection. We wanted to leave a positive impact and decided that this could best be achieved by planting trees. It started on May 2nd, the actual anniversary date with the Cayuga corporate team planting 50 trees in the mountains of Escazu, about a one