July 2020 Online / Magazine Highlights
Costa Rica has adopted the slogan #dontcancelpostpone. So when the time is right to reopen international borders, we will be waiting with open arms for the arrival of tourists once again. Howler’s three-part cover story this month makes it easy for you to start checking out the endless options for planning an itinerary that fits any preference or timeframe. Even if a one-week stay is all you can manage, and whether your international flight lands and takes off from San José or Liberia, there are more possibilities than you might think,
Our Travel & Adventure section includes an eco-feature about promising efforts to regenerate Costa Rica’s coral reefs. We also provide some fun facts about thunder and lightning that are especially pertinent to Costa Rica and its “capital” of such weather phenomena, Guanacaste.
Surfing CR takes you behind the camera lens with world-renowned surf photographer/video producer Tony Roberts, who is also a pre-eminent surf adventure tour host in Central America. We also join one of the first surf treks out to Witch’s Rock when Costa Rica’s beaches reopened on a restricted basis in mid-May.
The art of Alejandra Acuña is showcased in Howler’s Arts Culture Entertainment section, while the musician spotlight shines on Pedro Golobios.
Pura Vida offers medical advice about gastrointestinal illness and yoga wisdom about the mountain pose. Also learn how to adopt a troop of rehabilitated baby howler monkeys and to serve up delicious chicken fingers from a TV host chef’s recipe.
CR Biz informs you about municipal tax relief in Costa Rica, as well as workforce reskilling and the importance of teaching soft skills to kids at an early age.
Howler’s WE are ID section offers a unique music and sports perspective on diversity and inclusiveness, along with relevant corporate insights from Deloitte Costa Rica and Marriott hotels in Costa Rica.
The Jacó regional section of this month’s e-magazine features articles about a local light post beautification project and a new Artify Jacó wall mural painted by Danny Herrara. Also read about Jacó’s municipal lifeguard team led by Marvin Pérez and the unwavering optimism of four national junior surf champions in the face of cancelled world competitions.