Costa Rica’s Papagayo Peninsula hits the spot for eco-tourism
Ecotourism strikes a difficult balance, particularly in the luxury sector. It’s necessary to preserve the natural environment, but it’s just as important to develop the destination with enough amenities and attractions to attract clients who are willing to pay for the privilege of occupying a noteworthy, otherwise unspoiled space in an exclusive, secluded sanctuary.
Costa Rica’s Papagayo Peninsula—in the northwest province of Guanacaste—has managed to produce exactly that result.
Source: Travel Pulse