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  • Tico Deserts to Tickle Your Tastebuds - June 28, 2016

    Craving something sweet after a long day of splashing in the Santa Teresa Surf? Costa Rican cuisine is more than just rice and beans! Skip the Gallo Pinto and dive into one of these popular Costa Rican sweet treats. Tres Leches One of Costa Rica’s most beloved desserts, this vanilla[…]

  • Suitcase Sized Beach Toys that Will Save Your Life - June 24, 2016

    If you’ve ever taken a family vacation, we don’t have to tell you how hard it can be to squeeze everyone’s stuff into their suitcases—especially when certain someones insist on bringing picture books, stuffed animals, toy trucks (the list goes on.) Too many travel toys and you have no room[…]

  • Fun Frisbee Games for the Whole Family - June 17, 2016

    Surf lessons, zipline tours, waterfall jumping—here at Latitude 10 there’s no shortage of adrenaline-pumping activities to try. But, if your craving something more low-key, here are 3 family friendly games you can play on the beach. All you need is a frisbee! Fill the Frisbee Draw a  start and finish line[…]

  • Eat Your Way Around Santa Teresa - June 9, 2016

    Santa Teresa may be famous for its surfing, but—with everything from Asian style seafood spots to authentic Italian eateries—its also made a name for itself in the foodie community. Here are some of our favourite spots! Koji’s This twinkling little sushi shack by Hermosa Valley School serves up Santa Teresa’s best[…]

  • 3 Must Try Water Sports…That Aren’t Surfing - June 2, 2016

    When it comes to water sports, surfing tends to steal the spotlight in Santa Teresa. Riders flock from afar to catch the town’s gnarly waves and other water sports tend to get pushed to the wayside. But, if you’re looking to try something other than surfing, there are a tons[…]

  • Meet our New General Manager: a true sustainable tourism success story - May 27, 2016

    We are pleased to announce that we have a new general manager at Latitude 10 in Santa Teresa, Costa Rica – Danier Miranda. Danier Miranda is a true sustainable tourism success story. When he started his first job in a bakery near Manuel Antonio he would have never guessed that one[…]

  • The New York Times Calls Santa Teresa the Next Tulum - May 23, 2016

    The New York times recently described Santa Teresa as a town with an edge-of the-world vibe that inspired dreams of relocation…and we couldn’t agree more! Read the highlights here. As Tulum has become overrun with Los Angelenos and New Yorkers trying to recreate the cultures of their own hometowns in[…]

  • So You Want to Sound Like a Surfer? Part II - May 17, 2016

    Last week we covered some technical surf terminology but if you really want to sound like a pro, you have to transcend the technical and learn surfer slang. Here is a quick guide to sounding like you were born on a board. Noodled Surfing is hard work and, after a[…]

  • So You Want to Sound Like a Surfer? - May 11, 2016

    Surfing is so much more fun when you speak the language. Here is a quick guide to some key surf terms and phrases that will help you sound like a pro (even if you don’t surf like one.) 1. Pop up: This is an absolute must-know surf term. It refers[…]

  • Come for The Week, Live Forever: How Nicoyan’s make it to 100 - May 2, 2016

    In 2004 the Nicoya Peninsula—home of Latitude 10 off the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica— was uncovered as one of five places in the world where people enjoy considerably longer, happier lives. Dubbed “blue zones” by National Geographic fellow Dan Buettner, who teamed up with a group of scientists to[…]

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