3 item(s) tagged "Eco Travel"
on Sunday, June 01, 2008
by Rayna Levin
Did you say you wanna see wildlife?
All of Cahuita's beautiful beaches are recipients of the Ecological Blue Flag award:
Playa Negra, with its black sand and calm water, is a great swimming beach.
Location: on the north end of Cahuita village.
A perfect white sanded beach for swimming and relaxing.
Location: The first beach just a...
on Tuesday, November 04, 2008
The Osa Peninsula is one of the most remote and undeveloped regions of Costa Rica. Towns like Puerto Jimenez and Drake Bay and places like Cano Island and Corcovado National Park are some of the hot spots where thousands of people come every year hoping to see whales, dolphins, tapirs, scarlet macaws and many other unique animals who call the Osa Peninsula their home.
Traveling 'eco style&...
on Thursday, November 06, 2008
Eco-travel is not only a hot trend, but a necessary one! Costa Rica has been rated the number one Latin American eco-tourist friendly destination for years due to it's conviction to work with the environment and the local communities.
The best place to feel the true essence of sustainable tourism is in the Osa Peninsula. Coupled with our blog post about eco tourism in Southern Costa ...