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Costa Rican Convention Center confirms its first world congress

Source: The Costa Rican Tourism Board (ICT)

Costa Rica has been chosen to host the World Congress of Veterinary Medicine, which will be held on April 27–30, 2019. This is a unique opportunity for veterinarians worldwide from every branch of the profession to meet and explore the challenges facing the health and wellness of animals. Some 1,500 people are expected to participate in the event, where they will hear from 62 speakers from around the world.


New Spirit flight doubles the number of seats

Source: The Costa Rican Tourism Board (ICT)

Beginning this Friday, the new Spirit flight on the Orlando–San Jose route will double the number of available seats between the Floridian metropolis and Juan Santamaria International Airport in Costa Rica.

In the last three months of this year, Spirit will serve this route with Airbus A320 commercial airplanes, with 182 seats, and A319 aircraft, with 145 seats. This means that over the last quarter of 2018, the new flight will add approximately 12,728 seats to the existing 13,800 seats already offered by this airline.


Tourists and Bloggers could watch 300 birds at the BirdChallenge 2018

Source: The Costa Rican News

Costa Rica is positioning itself as one of the countries with the greatest variety of birds and as one of the preferred sites for sighting.

During the previous week, the BirdChallenge 2018 was held, in which tourists, bloggers, and experts from the United States, Canada, Sweden, and Holland were able to observe 300 different types of birds in the trees of our national parks and biological reserves. The Costa Rican Tourism Institute (ICT) explained that this tour coincided with the migration of raptors that currently occurs in the Costa Rican Caribbean.


October in Costa Rica: When the Caribbean comes a'callin'


Source: Tico Times

Costa Rica's Caribbean coast is famously exempt from many of the typical weather patterns in the rest of the country. In fact, october, October and November, the months when the rest of the country experiences its heaviest downpours, are often the nicest months of the year on the eastern slope. (Please note that The Tico Times is not guaranteeing sunny skies: rain is certainly possible, but generally not the daily deluge experienced elsewhere during the height of the rainy season.)


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