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If you’re interested in a visit to Costa Rica, please email davidcollister25@gmail.com
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Costa Rica is a beautiful country with a warm, tropical year-round climate. The beaches, highly sought out by tourists, can be quite hot and humid, but the central valley, where many major cities are located, is about 4,000 feet (1,160 meters) above sea level. Because of this, the temperatures there are quite temperate. 

I usually tell people who ask about the climate that it is like springtime year-round, with a rainy season going from about May through November, during which it rains almost every day for an hour or so. And the dry season, from December through April, which the Ticos (Costa Ricans) call their summer, warms up gradually as May approaches. However, it cools down as soon as the rain starts again in April or May.

It’s worth mentioning that Costa Rica never really gets too hot. However, it can feel warm at times because of the high humidity and the intense tropical sunshine. The central valley is where the capital city of San José is located, as well as the province of Heredia, where the ecclesia is located.

Throughout any year, the Link Brother may have plans for trips to Costa Rica and always makes plans to attend the year-end Bible School and visit two ecclesias there. If you’re interested in a visit, please contact me at davidcollister25@gmail.com. 

David Collister,
CBMA Link for Costa Rica

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I always look forward to the yearly Bible School in Costa Rica.
The Bible School was a huge success, due to the hard work behind the scenes. It also provided spiritual nourishment to all in attendance, both in-person and virtually.
I have been putting off this trip for quite a while—a year, in fact. With all of the restrictions brought about by COVID, and “Do Not Travel” advisories on the American Embassy website in Costa Rica, I decided to hold off visiting the country.
This year has been anything but normal, and as with most of our ecclesial gatherings of late, the Costa Rican brothers and sisters decided months ago to hold their conference in a virtual format.
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