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Experience the Diversity that is Costa Rica

 

In many ways, Costa Rica is practically the birth place of ecotourism. Always a favorite Central American destination for tourist, in the early 1990s Costa Rican started to be concerned about maintaining some of its endangered natural environment. Ecotourism was seen as an opportunity to expand their tourist industry while preserving their natural habitat. Ecotourism helps to support the national parks and many wildlife protected areas that make up 26% of the country and are some of the best parks in Latin America.

 

What makes Costa Rica so special is not only some of the most pristine natural landscapes in the Western Hemisphere, but the myriad of different ecosystems in relatively small country. Shrouded rain forests and foaming river rapids can be easily reached from quant colonial cities. Black sand beaches and wetlands are only hours away from volcanos. It is a paradise for naturalist with a dazzling array of flora and fauna from sloths to crocodiles, and jaguars to sea turtles. It may also have the best selection of amphibious wildlife in the region. Years of experience and careful planning has develop a sustainable infrastructure that allows tourists to explore natural preserves without damaging them.

 

When you are planning your trip abroad, take time to check out Wild Ark’s vast array of services. Founded by Mark and Sophie Hutchinson, Wild Ark was their dream of a way to preserve the world’s biodiversity. Wild Ark offers a vast array of opportunities to experience some of the vanishing ecosystems around the world. Their team of dedicated conservationist will help create a trip that you will treasure forever. Moreover, your Wild Ark vacation to a unique destination helps to sustain that ecosystem for future generations, helping you to make a positive contribution. Contact them at http://wildark.com/get-in-touch/ to see about setting up your once-in-a-lifetime adventure.