Costa Rica’s Turrialba Volcano Erupts

Costa Rica's Turrialba volcano erupted on January 6th for the first time in more than a century, spewing ash and prompting the evacuation of about 25 people living in nearby communities. Emergency crews have been watching the volcano for two years. Last week we posted on Volcano Poas Erupting on Christmas day and mentioned that this could be a preamble of what may be in the horizon for the … [Read more...]

Costa Rica’s Volcano Poas Eruptes

When it comes to Costa Rica volcano's tourist usually think of Arenal, when in reality, the Pacific Ring Fire Circle, Costa Rica has over 200 identifiable volcanic formations However, only 100 or so show any signs of volcanic activity, while just five are classified as active volcanoes. Most of the volcanoes in Costa Rica lie in the northern part of the country and in the Central … [Read more...]