Eco-tourism is the driving force of the industry and economy in Costa Rica. By the early 1990s, Costa Rica became known as the poster child of eco-tourism and has been a world leader in conservation policies with protected areas that encompass over 25 percent of its total landmass- the highest in the world. Costa Rica’s national park system is a collection of protected rainforests, tropical dry forests, cloud forests, marine areas, and wetlands.
Costa Rica is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world — you can find nearly 5 percent of all plant and animal species in its national parks and wildlife refuges. Some of the national parks have bird and plant species that you can see very few places in the world.
We are located very close to many of the most sought after destinations for eco-tourism in Costa Rica. Manuel Antonio National Park and Baru Park reserve are two of the most frequently visited by animal lovers. Our guests enjoy exploring with our local guides to educate them about the environment and show them the details of the forest with their spotting scopes.
We also partner with local tour companies that take our guests for exciting adventures like ziplineing through the rainforest, surfing, horseback riding to waterfalls, ATVing backroads, kayaking through Mangrove forests with marine biologists, and snorkeling in the coral reef. It’s incredible for our guests to explore the natural wonders Costa Rica has to reveal.

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