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Howler has been publishing Costa Rica to the world for over 26 years.

The premier digital interactive platform that can be translated into 12 languages. 

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Brothers of Ale: A Taste of What’s on Tap

Editorial: Are You Happy Here?

Salute to Our Oldest Advertiser

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Tuanis Sunset Realty
Tres Amigos Real Estate
Grupo Tropigala       Sun Real Estate
Jardin La Torre Retirement Community
Horizon Pacific

New Heights of Excitement for 60 International Pilots
Guanacaste Boasts Best Beach in the World!
Birds of Gondwandaland
My Bee Farm Visit
The Long-Tailed Silky Flycatcher

The Lost Legacy of CR Railroads
Walter Ferguson: In Memory Of
Miles and Decades Apart
Artist Spotlight:
– Daniela Vargas Winiker

Gringo Gardeners in CR
Our New War Against Whaling
Vasomotor Rhinitis
Tico Expressions

New Urban and Rural Land UseCategory Proposed
First All-Female Flight Crew Arrives at LIR
More Legal Ease Articles

Do You Collect Seashells?
Tide Chart, Moon, Sun Schedule
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There’s some great content brewing in Howler’s April issue, starting with our cover story featuring Brothers of Ale Brewing in Guanacaste. We’re very excited to introduce a new magazine section shining a spotlight on Costa Rica’s fashion scene.

Join us in celebrating Playa Conchal’s No. 1 spot on’s annual “50 Best Beaches in the World” list. Be intrigued by the connection between Costa Rican birds and the planet’s geological history. Travel back in time to learn about the lost legacy of Costa Rica’s railroads.  You’ll also find a memorial tribute to the legendary “King of Calypso” musician, Walter Ferguson. For readers with a green thumb, we offer tips from the Gringo Gardeners in Costa Rica Facebook group. 

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