Costa Rica Traveler

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Costa Rica Traveler is a complimentary, bilingual (English and Spanish) travel magazine that focuses on Costa Rica's natural and cultural wonders. The bimonthly print magazine and website feature travel and cultural information on the country.

History[edit]

The company was founded in 2002 by Andrés Madrigal and Peter Majerle. Since Madrigal is a photographer and graphic designer, Majerle is a writer and translator, and both are avid travelers, the duo decided to combine talents and publish a travel magazine. Thus Costa Rica Traveler was born. The first magazine, which was written in English only, was published in 2003. Since then, the magazine has developed into a well-known source if information for people who want to get independent thoughts on what to do, where to stay and what to see in Costa Rica.

Editorial direction[edit]

Each edition of CR Traveler contains information about Costa Rica's diverse landscapes, cultures, and peoples. They also offer guides to the country's museums, beaches, volcanoes and more. Additionally, the Tropical Living section provides insight into buying property and living in Costa Rica. This section covers real estate, art, design, architecture, local culture and much more. The magazine also has an International Traveler section, which takes readers to a new corner of the planet with each issue. Articles focus on the essence of top world destinations, as well as offer tips to make a trip go more smoothly. The magazine offers active narratives, accurate reporting, modern design and photographs that show the visitor what they can expect when visiting the different areas.[citation needed]

Website[edit]

Next to the printed magazine, Costa Rica Traveler also has a website. The website offers all of the magazine's accumulated articles on the Web. Visitors can check out current issues, watch the galleries or read the blog, where they can find news on Costa Rica, tour and hotel reviews and other information that are from interest.

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