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Bandera Azul Egológica

Posted by on Sep 18, 2017 in Blog, Tips for Experts

Bandera Azul Egológica

As an inter-institutional efford, made by the Costa Rican Tourism Board ICT as well as the Costa Rica Water and Sanitation Institute (AyA) the “Bandera Azul Ecológica” or “Blue Flag Program” was created in 1997. Categories The first ever created Blue Flag Program was to give a certificate of excellence to beaches. Today there are different categories, for example: education centers, communities, protected natural spaces and more. Blug Flag Program – Beaches In this article we are talking about the Blue Flag Program for beaches. If a beach in Costa Rica...

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Entry restrictions: Costa Rica’s national parks

Posted by on Aug 18, 2017 in Blog, Tips for Experts

Entry restrictions: Costa Rica’s national parks

The protection of its nature is a priority in Costa Rica. Because of that fact, we’re informing you hereby about capacity limitations in national parks. Why limitate capacities? It’s a fact that in some national parks the flora and fauna is affected by a high number of visitors, the animals are leaving their natural habitat. In some other cases, animals are getting used to people and, as a result, get closer to them without fear. This happens even more when the animals see that some people brought food with them. Not only is mankind influencing animals but also reducing their...

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Glamping – A new international trend

Posted by on Jul 11, 2017 in Blog, Product, Tips for Experts

Glamping – A new international trend

There is a new international trend in tourism, it’s called “Glamping”. You will learn about it in this post. Glamping First of, all glamping is not a misspelled word, it’s a combination of two words actually: Glamorous + Camping = Glamping So, glamping is camping but in a somehow glamorous way. Glamping combines the connection tourists want to have with the surrounding nature and comfort. It means that a hotel or lodge has to be able to offer both. The tent itself still keeps on existing but it’s a lot bigger, more robust and, of course, with a lot of amenities....

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Whale watching in Costa Rica

Posted by on Jul 3, 2017 in Blog, News, Product, Tips for Experts

Whale watching in Costa Rica

It’s the dream of a lot of people to see the biggest mammal on Earth in its natural habitat. Whale watching, in Costa Rica you can do exactly that! Read our inputs about it. Best time for whale watching Of course no one can give a guarantee that the whales will be around on a specific date, but what we can do is to recommend you the seasons in which it is most probable to see some. Most of the time whales stay under water but they also come to the surface and this is when you will be able to see them. The following periods of time are seasons for whale watching here in Costa...

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Digital Detox in Costa Rica

Posted by on Jun 27, 2017 in Blog, Product, Tips for Experts

Digital Detox in Costa Rica

We all are surrounded by technology in the modern world we’re living in. Constantly connected,  we are consuming content by watching at screens. The necessity of being constantly connected is growing and growing. How refreshing is it to escape from that for a little while? Digital Detox – A life offline Not until you finally decide to be “offline”, even if it is just for a weekend, you’ll discover that it relaxes you and you get to experience a feeling of freedom. Digital Detox is what you need, getting away from all the influences of our digital world. What...

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Active volcanoes Costa Rica

Posted by on Jun 5, 2017 in Blog, Tips for Experts

Active volcanoes Costa Rica

Costa Rica offers you different climates, a rich biodiversity, and also active volcanoes. Active volcanoes The most active volcanoes in Costa Rica are, at the same time, the most interesting for tourists to visit, some of them are the Rincón de la Vieja, the Irazú, the Turrialba, the Arenal and last but not least the Poás volcano. There are more than 200 volcanic formations in Costa Rica according to the information of OVSICORI that monitores seismological and volcanological activity in the country. Youngest activity Arenal The most active volcano in Costa Rica is the Arenal, it had an...

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