Sunday, November 17, 2019

Eco-Tourism

Why You Should Come to Costa Rica if You’re an Eco-Tourism Enthusiatic

It is home to approximately 5% of the planet's biodiversity, 500,000 species of animals and 10,000 species of plants and trees, with a total of 1,077,308 hectares, it has 25% of protected areas, 26 protected forests, 20 national parks,...

Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve: Private Sanctuary for Biodiversity

The Monteverde Cloud Forest Biological Reserve is a private reserve located in Costa Rica, along the Sierra de Tillarán, between the provinces of Puntarenas and Alajuela. Its name is due to the nearby town of Monteverde, and it was...

Why Costa Rica’s Wealth is Its Amazing Natural Enviroment

Costa Rica is a country nestled in the tropics and bathed by two oceans, is one of the countries with the greatest ecological diversity on the planet and therefore a mecca for tourism. With almost 25% of its surface...

Have You Been to the Poas Volcano Park Yet? It is Simply Unique!

The Poas Volcano is one of the most spectacular volcanoes in the country and of extraordinary scenic beauty. It has several types of habitat such as the stunted forest, areas without vegetation or sparse vegetation, the area of the...

Costa Rica’s Coral Reefs: Great Snorkeling Spots

Nestled in the tropics and bathed by two oceans, Costa Rica is one of the countries with the greatest ecological diversity on the planet and therefore one of the meccas for ecotourism. Travelers seeking close contact with nature and...

Ayahuasca: How To Prepare For Your First Ceremony!

Best Practices For Preparing For Your First Ayahuasca Ceremony! Getting To Know Ayahuasca! Firstly, before we begin to discuss the best ways to prepare for your first Ayahuasca trip, let's bring everyone up to speed on what exactly is Ayahuasca. Ayahuasca is...

The Children’s Eternal Rain Forest: A Hidden Jewel in MonteVerde

36 km west of Ciudad Quesada you will find the “Eternal Forest of Children” (Bosque Eterno de los Niños “BEN”) Reserve, which owes its name to the work done by thousands of children around the world (in forty-four countries)...

Why Natural Resources Are an Economic Potencial For Costa Rica

Costa Rica's most important natural resources are productive soil, virgin wilderness, and plentiful water and mineral resources. We are a Central American nation considered one of the countries with the greatest proportional diversity of living organisms on the planet,...

You Cannot Miss the Anual Migration of Whales to Costa Rica

Every year Costa Ricans feel fortunate because, in the waters that are along with this beautiful country, various sea mammals decide to come and dwell with us. Whales are part of these marine species, which decide to be in...

Take a Look At Some of Costa Rica’s Most Poisonous Animals

There are 18 different varieties of poisonous snakes and some varieties of spiders in Costa Rica. The tarantula poison only causes excoriations, therefore they are not dangerous. The poison of some species of frogs is used by the indigenous...
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Costa Rica Is Always Open For Business towards Innovative and Creative Economic Entrepreneurship

Costa Rica's commitment to economic growth and social development has driven its focus towards diversification, creating strong...
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From the icy north to the sun-drenched beaches, ancient archaeological sites to misty rainforests, the Americas have something to offer any tourist...

Costa Rican Entrepreneurs Visited Scandinavia to Promote Ecotourism

Costa Rican companies toured Scandinavia from November 7th to 11th, 2019, to meet with 141 tourism agents. It began last Thursday in...

Species of Snake Previously Seen Only in Panama Spotted in Costa Rica

A new species of snake was identified in our country in recent weeks. It is the dwarf snake of Barbour (Trimetopon Barburi,...

Coffee: The Ubiquitous Drink That Rules The World

Coffee is, after water, the second most consumed liquid in the world. Coffee is the second best selling commodity after oil. It...
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