[SUSTAINABLE TOURISM] 🇨🇷 Look at this paradise 🌴
Corcovado is really preserved and it's also way less frequented by tourists than any other national park of Costa Rica 🏞.
🤔Why is that? 👉 It's really remote and accessing it takes 8h from San José to the minimum.
👉 It is out of the circuit lonely planet recommends if you have two weeks because it's too far and they rather have you see a bit of everything in the most touristy areas of the country.
👉 You can't explore the park without a guide (💸)
👉 Booking your park tickets, accommodation and food there is fairly expensive and you might have to do it in advance if it's dry season because they respect a maximum capacity of charge.
👉 The walk is long and it's pretty physical (8h).
Result it the park is completely different from Manuel Antonio where scenic beauty + close distance to the capital + no guiding necessary = Disneyland. You'll find a lot of people in Manuel Antonio and people unfortunately feed the animals to see them from upclose which changes their behaviour.
If you have time and a bit of budget I would strongly recommend to explore Osa and the south of Costa Rica in general, more preserved tourism-wise.
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All humans share once conciousness.
But yet they wanna be separated like - my life, my ideas - they don't realize that all humans share a huge pool of conciusness, of though, all humans thought vibrate at a certain frequency, we are all in communication.
You know when you exhale I breathe the air you breathe, we 're all together. This is the way nature designed it for that we would be sharing the earth together.
Take a couple breathe of air, it's the same air my family is breathing, the same air I'm breathing and every part of the planet, let's take care of this. We're all eating the food that mother earth gives us.
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