Costa Rica main language In Costa Rica they speak Spanish Feliz Navidad is Merry Christmas in Spanish http://www.ask.com/question/what-language-is-spoken-in-costa-r ica
Costa Rica Christmas tree Costa Rica Christmas trees are decorated with lights and ornaments http://www.costaricapages.com/blog/costa-rica-news/christmas-events/462
Costa Rica’s Santa Claus In Costa Rica the gift bringer is often Nino Dios [Child God, meaning Jesus] http://www.whychristmas.com/cultures/costa_rica.shtml http://www.funfacts.com.au/santa-claus-father- christmas-st-nicholas-a-man-of-many-names/ http://www.funfacts.com.au/santa-claus-father- christmas-st-nicholas-a-man-of-many-names/
Costa Rica Christmas characters Nino Dios is an important character. Nino Dios is just a different name for St.Nicholas http://www.whychristmas.com/cultures/costa_rica.shtml http://www.whychristmas.com/cultures/costa_rica.shtml http://costaricacloseup.com/2011/12/24/where-is-santa-claus//
The traditional Costa Rican Christmas food is tamales, baked pork legs and tons of eggnog during December. http://costarica.com/culture/costa-rican-christmas- food/hristmas Eve dinner is
Good boys and girls would get presents bad boys and girls would not get as much.
Unique things about Costa Rica December is a very special month in Costa Rica. The children begin their long "summer" vacation from school. The four month long rainy season has ended. Costa Ricans love to celebrate and many take vacations at this time of year. They have three main parades after the beginning of the Christmas season on Dec. 16 th http://www.family-christmas-traditions.com/Christmas-traditions-in-Costa-Rica.html