Category Archives: Tourism In Costa Rica

Central America — Costa Rican Ecotourism

TWILA’s Mike Danna concludes our Central American Profile series with ecotourism in Costa Rica. The LSU AgLeadership Class XIII experienced the rainforests on the Arenal Hanging Bridges and learned how protective Costa Ricans are of their rainforests. Discover A Lot More

Medical Tourism in Costa Rica

Medical Tourism in Costa Rica – – Costa Rica’s main source of income is tourism, so this tiny country knows how to lay out the red carpet and show international visitors a great time. Discover A Lot More

FOX TV meteorologist tries out medical tourism in Costa Rica

A doctor told FOX 2’s Chris Edwards he needed a common medical screening which he could have done in Detroit. But, he chose to have it done in Costa Rica with help from Healthbase ( ), a medical tourism agency based in the Discover A Lot More

Poaching, Drugs, and Murder in Costa Rica: Shell Game (Part 3)

Watch Part 1: Watch Part 2: Since sea turtle conservation in Costa Rica began in the 1950s, conservationists and poachers have peacefully shared the beach. But the murder of the environmentalist Jairo Discover A Lot More

Costa Rica 2017 Pt. 1

Some footage from the first week in Costa Rica. Stay tuned as I will have more videos from the trip out soon! All footage from my Go Pro Messiah College trip to Costa Rica 2017 Discover A Lot More

WPTV Local Floridian Travels to Costa Rica for Dental Tourism

Some Americans, like Melissa Freihofer, feel their dollar will go a long ways overseas. As a surprise for her birthday her friends & family put together funds to treat her on a much deserved trip to Costa Rica. Melissa will get her teeth fixed at Discover A Lot More

Costa Rica Ecotourism

Ecotourism is big in Costa Rica. This is, after all, a country that harbors some 5 percent of the planet’s total biodiversity and is spread thick with forests, mountains, rivers, and oceans. At its root, ecotourism involves exploring outdoor areas Discover A Lot More

Save the Canadians: Costa Rican Animals for the Overworked

61% of Canadians say they cannot disconnect from work. The problem is real. Forced to work long hours in stressful environments, increasingly estranged from their natural habitat, the Canadian worker grows more endangered every day. If you or someone Discover A Lot More

Costa Rican Eco-Tourism | Ep. 7 Part 2/3 EX-PATS | Reserve Channel

Louis points out the many varieties of Costa Rican wildlife to Savannah and discusses the challenges he faces in the eco-tourism industry. Louis and Savannah plant an African almond tree on the shore as Louis talks about his hopes for the future Discover A Lot More