If you are searching for a vacation destination that preserves the natural beauty of the environment, consider a visit to Costa Rica. Ecotourism in Costa Rica is actually a booming business. It is not booming because tourists flock here to see man-made creations and activities. It is booming because they come here to witness the natural beauty of Costa Rica. From the lush, green jungles, to the native wildlife within, Costa Rica is a protected environment. The appeal of this gorgeous country is the delicate balance of tourism and preservation.
The Ylang Ylang beach resort is an ideal location for enjoying the natural splendor of Costa Rica. Here, you will find privacy and seclusion, as the resort is surrounded by the native greenery and beaches of Costa Rica. You can take a nature hike and watch the wildlife in their natural habitats, going about their daily lives. You can stroll down the pristine beaches and feel the warm water lapping at your feet. You can immerse yourself in the beauty of Costa Rica, without interference. Contact us, today, to book your room and experience Costa Rica as it was meant to be experienced.
Originally posted 2012-12-19 11:00:52.
When planning a trip to Costa Rica, the last thing on your mind is ecotourism – all you want to do is visit a beautiful country, soak up the sun and the sights and relax until it’s time to go home. However, ecotourism in Costa Rica plays a huge role, and understanding it may help you better appreciate and enjoy this delightful country when you visit.
The International Ecotourism Society defines ecotourism as, “responsible travel to natural areas that conserves the environment and improves the well-being of local people.”
In other words, ecotourism is the practice of tourism (this means you and other visitors) in protected, natural environments, having little impact on these environments (this means not disturbing the balance of nature), all while boosting the economy.
So, what exactly does ecotourism have to do with your Costa Rican vacation? If it wasn’t for ecotourism, Costa Rica would not have so much protected land for you to enjoy.
Costa Rica has more than one quarter of its lands protected – this means much more natural beauty for you to absorb during your trip. Without ecotourism, Costa Rica could have gone the way of other developed countries and demolished its natural environment in favor of high-rises and hotels.
Due to ecotourism, you can lie on the pristine beaches, stroll through the jungles, witness native wildlife in its natural habitat, and completely immerse yourself in the culture and natural beauty of Costa Rica.
Originally posted 2012-11-05 11:00:16.
When you travel to Costa Rica, you travel prepared to see some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world. You likely make plans that will immerse you in the natural surroundings and the local activities. You may not realize it – but you are participating in ecotourism in Costa Rica.
Ecotourism is, essentially, tourism that is centered on the preservation and conservation of natural surroundings. In Costa Rica, this means that activities and resorts are a part of the surroundings. Rather than intrude upon the beautiful, natural habitat of the native creatures, towns and cities do their best to blend in with the environment, and to leave a small footprint.
Ecotourism is what keeps Costa Rica thriving. People flock here from all over the world to experience some of the magic of our untouched environment. From the jungles to the beaches, Costa Rica is a protected environment meant to preserve its natural beauty. You, as a tourist, can still enjoy all of the activities that Costa Rica has to offer – you just get the privilege of enjoying them the way nature intended.
As you plan your visit to Costa Rica, be sure to keep the Ylang Ylang resort in mind when thinking about accommodations. Here, you will be surrounded by nature and all of its wonder, as our resort was designed to be unobtrusive in the environment. With nature preserves surrounding our resort, Montezuma only minutes away, and the beach literally a stone’s throw from the resort grounds, there is no better way to support ecotourism while you have an amazing vacation.
If you value the natural beauty of Mother Nature and wish to visit a place that protects and preserves that natural beauty, come to Costa Rica. Ecotourism in Costa Rica is a strong industry. We encourage visitors from all over the world to come to our country and experience nature as it was intended. Our primary goal is to preserve the natural environment of Costa Rica. This means you will not find the invasion of man throughout our country. Instead, you will find untouched beaches and jungles, providing you with the opportunity to immerse yourself in Mother Nature.
Here at the Ylang Ylang, we make special efforts to help encourage ecotourism. When you stay with us, you can enjoy nature walks through trails right in the midst of the lush greenery surrounding our resort. You will enjoy pristine beaches and crystal-clear ocean waters. In other words, you will enjoy nature at its finest. Contact us today and come immerse yourself in the natural beauty of untouched Costa Rica.
If you are planning to visit Costa Rica, it is important to understand a little bit about ecotourism. Ecotourism is easy to understand – it is the process of preserving the location’s natural environment and using that preservation to boost tourism. Ecotourism in Costa Rica is what helps keep Costa Rica on the map. People flock to Costa Rica to enjoy the natural beauty of the country. They do not come to Costa Rica to see skyscrapers, parking lots, oilrigs, and other manufactured items – they come to Costa Rica to see the lush greenery, the white, sandy beaches, and all of the other natural elements that define Costa Rica.
Costa Rica preserves its beauty and protects it. This preservation and protection boost its tourism – visitors love coming to a place that is natural, that is breathtaking, and that is preserved. When you come to Costa Rica, you will understand exactly what ecotourism is because you will be experiencing it firsthand. You will be boosting the economy of Costa Rica as you partake in the natural habitat and environment of this gorgeous country.