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World Tourism Day 2017

2017 was declared by the United Nations (UN), as the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development.  World Tourism Day 2017 is going to be celebrated this September 27th on the theme “Sustainable Tourism – a Tool for Development”.  Celebrated in line with...

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Celebration of World Tree Day

On June 15, 2017 TAM Travel Corporation participated with other companies in the volunteer day organized as part of the celebration of World Tree Day, whose objective consisted in the planting of 150 trees in the Park La Montañita in Pavas. The importance of the Trees...

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National Convention Center of Costa Rica

The new National Convention Center is under construction in Barreal de Heredia. The project of 15600 square meters will have a capacity for 4600 people, and is expected to be built in a year. At the inauguration of the works, the Minister of Tourism, Mauricio Ventura,...

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Caribbean Region of Costa Rica

"The Limón province covers the entire eastern side of Costa Rica’s coast. Home to the highest populations of Afro-Latino, indigenous, and Chinese people in the country, it’s a culture rich in history, language, and music." Source: The Tico Times  For more information...

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World Volunteer Day

To commemorate the World Volunteer Day, TAM Travel Corporation assumed its commitment and participated in the tree maintenance activity carried out by the Municipality of Belén on December 9th, 2016. We appreciate the support from representatives of the Costa Rica...

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Low Cost Flights in Central America

The arrival of so-called low-cost airlines to the region has resulted in a progressive reduction of ticket prices for flights between Central American countries. Recently, three of them announced new routes to enter the battle for the Tico travel market. Wingo...

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The New York Times recommends our country to its readers

The renowned U.S. newspaper The New York Times highlighted Costa Rica’s beauty in its list of “20 places to travel in your 20s.” The publication noted that, “There’s no better way to change your perception of the world – and maybe yourself – than travel.” The story...

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Condor opens non-stop service from Munich to San Jose

November 8th, 2016 Germany’s favourite leisure airline Condor started its new non-stop service from Munich (MUC) to the Costa Rican capital San Jose (SJO). With this operation, the airline strengthens its presence in the country, as it currently offers three weekly...

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Air France Direct Flight Paris-Costa Rica

Direct flight from Paris will arrive twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays with a plane with a capacity of 468 seats. The Air France's Boeing 777-300 aircraft touched down Juan Santamaria International Airport at 17:40 h on Wednesday, November 2 with 332 people on...

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The Impact of Motivational Travel

Individual incentives are a great way to inspire and reward!   Including an escape at a magnificent destination, individual incentive travel programs allow you to reward top-performing employees or that special client for their partnership or service. At TAM...

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Tips for a Safe Vacation in Costa Rica

It is easy to let your guard down when you travel.  After all, you are more relaxed and there are so many new sights to focus on; however, it is always advisable to use the same common sense when travelling abroad than you would at home. PAY ATTENTION TO PERSONAL...

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The In-House Training program

The In-House Training program continued over September in order to educate, develop and improve employees’ skills as to help them do their job more effectively and efficiently. The sessions were led by Ms. Miriam Durán, Manager of Operations with the main objective of...

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CST Level 4

Under TAM Travel’s commitment to environmental protection and sustainable tourism, we are proud to have achieved the Level 4 of the Certification in Sustainable Tourism, last July 19th, 2016. Accredited by the Costa Rican Tourism Board (ICT), TAM Travel Corporation...

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Renewable Electricity For 76 Days

“Costa Rica Has Been Running On 100% Renewable Electricity For 76 Days... And Counting By Robin Andrews for IFL Science, September 9th, 2016 Ladies and gentlemen, a round of applause for Costa Rica – this Central American nation has been running on 100 percent...

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World Heritage Sites in Costa Rica

TALAMANCA RANGE-LA AMISTAD RESERVES/LA AMISTAD NATIONAL PARK Criteria: Natural Date  of inscription: 1983, extension in 1990 Surface area:  570,045 ha, of which 221,000 hectares are on the Panamanian side. Location:  Provinces of San José, Cartago, Limón y Puntarenas...

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Sustainable Straws Made In Guanacaste

Constantino Morales Rosales and his family live in a small town called El Jobo in the hills of Nicoya district #1. Don Tino is 59 years old and started his straw business in 2007. At that time he worked as head gardener for the Harmony Hotel in Nosara where he became...

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Captivated by the natural beauty of Costa Rica

 Captivated by the natural beauty of Costa Rica NASA astronaut, Terry W. Virts, posted on his official Twitter account several photographs he made during his stay in Costa Rica, showing idyllic landscapes. He described as "surreal" a landscape on the Pacific coast and...

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National Parks Day in Costa Rica

August 24th is National Parks Day in Costa Rica A national park is an area of land declared public and that is owned and protected by the national government because of its natural beauty or its importance to history or science, with a view to its preservation and...

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Personal Service, Caring and Hospitality

Clients’ Experience  "The info he shared through the tour really made the trip special." "Without our guides we would have missed out on so much." "Made the trip very special with all of their knowledge and wit." "Helped to make our trip a great success and took care...

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Group of Organic Farmers in Guanacaste Certified

Group of Organic Farmers in Guanacaste Certified by the Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock Organic farming is an alternative agricultural system that relies on fertilizers of organic origin such as compost, manure, green manure, and bone meal and places emphasis on...

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TAM Travel achieved Viator’s 2016 Top Rated Award

At TAM Travel, we are proud to receive recognition from its renowned client VIATOR for the fourth consecutive year.  “In recognition of your impressive ratings from Viator travelers this past year, you have achieved Viator’s 2016 Top Rated Award, distinguishing you as...

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Expansion of Cañas-Liberia Highway

When talking about Guanacaste is to talk of the most beautiful beaches in the country, of growing tourism activity, and an international airport that received some 880.000 passengers in 2015. The expansion from two to four lanes of the Costa Rica’s Inter-American...

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Closure of the Runway at the Airfield in Drake Bay

This week, SANSA Airlines announced that they received notice from the Directorate of Civil Aviation confirming the temporary closure of the runway located at the airfield in Drake Bay for maintenance; this is going to be close from June 9, 2016 to September 8th,...

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Rosewood Papagayo, Costa Rica To Open in 2019

Global expansion by Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® continues with first resort in Costa Rica Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® has been appointed by financial consulting firm Aldesa to manage Rosewood Papagayo, Costa Rica, which is scheduled to open in 2019. This luxury...

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Sierpe Mangrove Tour

The Térraba-Sierpe mangrove is one of the largest wetlands in Central America and the largest wetland of Costa Rica. It has 32,000 hectares and is highly diverse in terms of biodiversity, because it has six families of mangrove trees. In this journey, while learning...

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Thomson Airways to Offer Direct Flight to Costa Rica

“October 8th, 2015 (ICR News) The British charter airline, Thomson Airways, which specializes in providing inclusive vacation destination packages, will begin offering non-stop service between London’s Gatwick airport and Liberia, Costa Rica on November 2nd. “This is...

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TAM Travel Corporation will be present

TAM Travel Corporation will be present at the following travel tradeshows: *IMEX AMERICA in Las Vegas, NV on October 13-15, 2015 at LA370 of the Costa Rica Tourism Board. *IBTM in BARCELONA, Spain from November 17 thru 19, 2015 at N50 of the Costa...

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TAM Travel Corporation Kindly Invites You

TAM Travel Corporation kindly invites you to meet us during the World Travel Marjet (WTM) the leading travel trade industry event. 2-5 November 2015. We will be pelase to welcome you to Stand LA350 of the Costa Rica Tourist...

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Mega Hotel & Residential Development in Papagayo

Florida Real Estate, a division of the Costa Rican company Florida Ice and Farm Co. (Fifco) plans to build 7 hotels with 855 rooms in a maximum extension of 34.7 hectares and a building area of 20.8 ha., as part of an ambitious tourism project in Nacascolo, Liberia in...

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Mega Desarrollo Hotelero y Residencial en Papagayo

Florida Inmobiliaria, división de la compañía costarricense Florida Ice and Farm Co. (Fifco), planea edificar 7 hoteles con 855 habitaciones, en una extensión máxima de 34,7 ha y un área de construcción de 20,8 ha., como parte de un ambicioso proyecto turístico en...

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Costa Rica – 2014 FIFA World Cup

It was difficult to believe that Costa Rica with a non-relevant football record, had managed to continue until the quarter-finals at the 2014 FIFA WORLD CUP. They were the first in the so-called “Group of Death”, qualifying to the knockout stage, facing threeworld cup...

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