Posts tagged with "ECOTOURISM"



10. July 2017
Bijagua is a small town located along the Guanacaste mountain range, specifically located between Miravalles and Tenorio volcanoes. It is a small town of roughly 2000 people who are dedicated mainly to farming crops and dairy cattle. They are locally well known for their cheese and recently are becoming popular for offering eco-adventure tourism. In August of 2016 they suffered along with other close by towns, the devastation of category 5 Hurricane Otto. Although it didn't destroy the town it...
20. February 2017
Today's video has no words! It a easy stroll with background music through Costa Rica. Enjoy...
15. February 2017
15. June 2016
NATUWA, as the name states, is a macaw sanctuary that was created inn 1994. Due to the worry regarding the constant threat that these magnificent birds face, along with many other parrot species, two native born gentlemen formed the sanctuary. Many of these birds suffer from loss of their habitats and as a result are taken from their nests at a young age to be sold in the black market as pets. This has brought their numbers down, making the goal of the sanctuary a development of a breeding...
05. June 2016
Costa Rica offers an array of wildlife rescues and shelters throughout the country. This month we will be observing those that are a close enough distance to the Riu hotel vicinity that they can be visited with one of our private service options. Most of them are anywhere from 1 hour to 2.3 hours away. This may seem discouraging and you may immediately dismiss the idea, but in fact most attractions in Guanacaste are so spaced apart the 1 to 2 hours is pretty much the standard travel time to...