Follow the Earthshot Prize ceremony here. From the Protect and Restore Nature category, Costa Rica is nominated for 1 million pounds (more than 1.3 million dollars) for marine conservation, for well-being 🇨🇷 and 🌍
Amazing Places to visit in Costa Rica
Costa Rica is one of the top tourist destinations for travelers. Nature, adventure, and recreation are the main protagonists when you walk through this gorgeous country.
It is full of plentiful natural parks where you can discover more about the incredible Costa Rican biodiversity.
Thanks to the convenient operation of the national government, countless tourists improve the country's economic development. In a few words, Costa Rica has become an escape from the busy life of today. You just need to get in touch with the unique local environment!
Costa Rica is ranked as the 15th strongest democracy in the world and the second in Latin America only after Uruguay (Universität Würzburg, 2020).
This is, for me, one of the main reasons our country is an example for Central America on protecting human rights, even though the system is still failing for so many people but, at least leaving by the principles of democracy is what have helped Costa Rica to be where it is right now.
Costa Rica's Blue Zone
Throughout the world, the average life expectancy is 71 years of age (70 for males and 72 for females).
It remains to be seen if the COVID pandemic will affect that average.
Whether this pandemic impacts the average lifespan of people around the world or not, a lot can be gained by studying five specific regions in the world where people seemingly effortlessly live to over 90 years in age.
These regions are considered Blue Zones.
Costa Rica at a Glance
Costa Rica is one of the oldest democracies in the Americas. It is a country proud of its heritage and tradition of negotiation over confrontation, social development over military spending and tolerance over hostility.
It is the home to many international organizations such as the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, the University for Peace of the United Nations and the Earth Council.
In 1502, on his fourth and last voyage to the New World, Christopher Columbus made the first European landfall in the area.
Nya brings the beach to you in an innovative 900-hectare community designed to bring everything you love about Guanacaste, Costa Rica and everything you need to live, work, and play into a master plan designed for the 21st century.
Alongside our beachfront residences, our master plan includes sites for the country’s first crystal lagoon, hotels, a state of the art sports facility, restaurants, retail, entertainment and free trade zones to be developed during multiple phases.