Most people visit Costa Rica, Nicaragua and Panama when it is cold up north from November through March. The dry season in Central American happens around the same time as winter in North America and Europe. But if you are looking for the most amazing sunsets, you might want to visit in June, July or August. Here are pictures that
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In June of this year, the Cayuga Collection’s Kurà was accepted as a Preferred Partner into Virtuoso. We are very proud of this. Virtuoso connects the world’s premier travel consultants and some of the best hotels, resorts, and lodges of the world. They hold their annual event with an attendance of over 6,000 industry professionals in Las Vegas. Yes, Las Vegas. We
At the Cayuga Collection, we’re lucky enough to work exclusively with extraordinary people. They’re 100% dedicated hospitality professionals and their passions shine through. While many have had no formal education in the industry, with us, they often discover an ambition to grow through the ranks and experience every side of hotel life – we’ll always give
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.
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