Manuel Antonio boasts beaches, coral reefs, rainforests, and one of the biggest concentrations of biodiversity in the world. There are endless ways to spend your time in this sunny sandy playground. We’ve made it easy for you and rounded up the top ten attractions for you to check out on your stay!
Costa Rica has emerged as one of the most popular destinations to teach in the Americas. It is a country with amazing natural beauty and cultural richness and one of the safest environments for foreigners anywhere in Central or South America.
TravelBud’s Teach English in Costa Rica program is ideal for anyone wanting to have an amazing cultural experience, earn a sustainable income, practice their Spanish, and contribute to young people improving their knowledge and life opportunities.
It’s hard to narrow down a favorite activity from this orientation week – from learning to make local foods to seeing a sloth with your own eyes! Here are my Top 10 Highlights of our Costa Rican Cultural Orientation!
I took a bit of a trip across the Atlantic Ocean from the comfort of my office chair when I chatted with one of our TravelBud teachers who’s currently teaching in Costa Rica. Alexandra Griffin jetted off to start her adventure in San Ramon in February 2021, doing our TESOL Course + Paid Teaching in Costa Rica program. Needless to say, all of us here at TravelBud are a little jealous of the incredible time she’s been having!
I didn’t know that Costa Rica was a foodie’s dream until I drooled my way through an interview with one of our incredible applicants who is currently based in Santiago, Costa Rica. Emilee Adornetto took some time to share her views and authentic experiences throughout her time in Costa Rica with me.
Costa Rica is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Americas. We’re counting down the top 10 reasons to teach English in Costa...