Expanding Your Knowledge
Expand Your Knowledge!
Immerse yourself in culture
One of the great benefits of traveling to other countries is learning about new cultures, their environment and their language.
When visiting Costa Rica you are not only traveling to have fun, there are plenty of opportunities to learn about new things everyday. From understanding the importance of all the different ecosystems when visiting some of the most spectacular national parks, to practicing or even learning a new language while having fun with your friendly local guides.
From day one, Costa Rica provides a different view of the world. After seeing such beautiful natural surroundings and exploring the great outdoors this country has to offer, you will want to know more about conservation and why this tiny country is so important in the world for its rich wildlife and diversity.
Learn Something New Everyday!
Travelling and knowledge are by far one of the most unique personal experiences that no one can ever take away from you. By coming to Costa Rica you won’t only be immersing yourself in the Tico culture, their food, customs and traditions, have the opportunity to get to know the local people, learn and speak their language and enjoy their daily routines and embrace their lifestyle. This will be one of those cool and unique experiences that not everyone gets to experience during a typical vacation tour.
Tuanis Costa Rica is waiting for you to Go Explore – Go Learn – Go Have Fun!
Costa Rica is proud to represent 4% of the biodiversity of the world. Being such a green country means that more than 25% of the total landmass of the country is occupied by the National Park System, which consists of protected rainforests, tropical dry forests, cloud forests, marine areas and wetlands to conservation. Costa Rica hosts 32 national parks, 51 wildlife refuges, 13 forest reserves and 8 biological reserves. This makes Costa Rica one of the most bio-diverse countries in the world. Costa Rica’s national parks and protected areas are some of the most interesting and beautiful places to visit.
Go Green – Be Eco Friendly – Respect Pachamama “Mother Earth”
It is time to look back in history and learn a bit more of Costa Rica and its origins!
Costa Rica has 24 indigenous territories spread across the country and 8 indigenous tribes ethnic groups officially recognized by the government. Each of those tribes are autonomous and have their own self-government, making this a very authentic and interesting place to live. Whether you visit the Borucan’s groups located in the Pacific site or the Bribri’s groups located on the Caribbean site, during your visit and interaction with those groups, you will be fascinated by their history, food, custom and traditions.
Go Back In Time – Go Embrace The Unusual – Go Learn And Have Fun!