Costa Rica has quickly become a destination for outdoor enthusiasts, who want to connect with nature and awaken their spirit of adventure. With 5 percent of the world’s known biodiversity, the country has maintained a long-term commitment to conservation with 26 percent of its land mass under national protection. With an impressive list of 28 national parks and 8 biological reserves, those seeking to travel to the Central American nation can begin by exploring one of the five most visited parks in the country:
Arenal Volcano National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Volcán Arenal) is a Costa Rican national park in the central part of the country, forming the Arenal Tilaran Conservation Area. The park encompasses the Arenal Volcano, which “was” the most active in the country, which had previously been believed to be dormant until a major eruption in 1968. It neighbors Lake Arenal, which is the site of the country’s largest hydroelectricity project, the Lake Arenal Dam.
While Costa Rica boasts some of the best bluewater fishing found anywhere in the world and draws serious anglers from far and wide, this little country’s wealth of wildlife also holds infinite allure. A vast array of plants and animals can be found in this tropical paradise, much of it preserved in some 26 well-maintained national parks here.
The objetive is to promote tourist services in harmony with the environment, indigenous gastronomy and relaxation techniques.
Costa Rica aims to diversify its tourism offer including well-being and harmony with the environment.
From April 2018, Air France will maintain two permanent weekly flights to San Jose, Costa Rica; with Paris, France.
This service will be operated Wednesday and Sunday with a Boeing 777-200 and will offer 936 seats each week between the two destinations.