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Why Costa Rica?

Costa Rica is located on the Central American isthmus. Nicaragua borders it to the north and Panama to the south. The Caribbean Sea is to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. Costa Rica is slightly north of the equator, therefore, the climate is tropical year round and the weather is made for leisure. The dry season is December to April with the rainy season May to November. Costa Rica was and continues to be a pioneer country in eco-tourism, drawing visitors to the extensive National Parks and protected areas across the country.

Costa Rica is a nature-lover’s dream. Its jungles, coasts and wetlands with their renowned biodiversity, continue to be home to a truly mind-boggling assortment of species. Costa Rica has birds to butterflies, monkeys to wild cats, medicinal plant, flowers and sea turtles nesting along the coasts. Have you ever heard of a more enchanting place?

Costa Rica is known for its progressive environmental policies, It is the only country to meet all five criteria established to measure environmental sustainability. It was ranked fifth in the world, and first in the Americas, in the 2012 Environmental Performance Index. It was twice ranked the best performing country in the New Economics Foundation’s (NEF) Happy Planet Index, which measures environmental sustainability. It was identified by the NEF as the greenest country in the world in 2009. In 2007, the Costa Rican government announced plans for Costa Rica to become the first carbon-neutral country by 2021. In 2012, it became the first country in the Americas to ban recreational hunting.