Connect with Nature on Vacation in Costa Rica
Connect with nature on vacation in Costa Rica and be kind to the planet at the same time at eco-friendly hotel Hacienda Guachipelin in Guanacaste.
While the climate and the environment are on people’s minds more than ever these days, the United Nations reminds us this month that being out in nature always makes us feel good.
“Breathe in the beauty and remember that by keeping our planet healthy, we keep ourselves healthy too,” urges June’s World Environment Day 2017 theme of Connecting People to Nature.
“Nature offers one of the most reliable boosts to your mental and physical well-being,” reports Business Insider.
Besides, it’s summer. Time to be outside enjoying everything nature has to offer us.
Taking a vacation where you can disconnect in nature and slow down from the relentless fast pace of daily life is one of the biggest trends right now.
In the land of stunning scenery, sunshine and smiles in Guanacaste, Costa Rica, being on vacation outside in breathtaking nature is easy. Costa Ricans work hard to preserve their nature, protecting more than 25% of the country’s territory in national parks and private reserves.
Award-winning eco-adventure Hotel Hacienda Guachipelin has some of the best nature tours by the Rincon de la Vieja National Park in Guanacaste. Swim in beautiful waterfall pools, soak in natural volcanic hot springs, go horseback riding through unique dry tropical forest, and see exotic wildlife.
The forest around Hacienda Guachipelin and the western side of Rincon de la Vieja Volcano forms an interesting ecosystem for different kinds of animals and plants than you see elsewhere in Costa Rica.
Hacienda Guachipelin has plenty of adrenaline-charged adventure tours too, and all of them outside in spectacular nature.
Set on a 137-year-old traditional Guanacaste ranch, Hacienda Guachipelin provides a special experience of Costa Rica’s rich ranching and cowboy traditions. And they do it while being environmentally friendly and committed to sustainability and conservation.
So, you can connect with nature on vacation and be kind to the planet at the same time.
Article by Shannon Farley