Costa Rica is considered the birthplace of modern eco-tourism and the “green experience” remains important today. No other country has more of its land proclaimed as national parks, and the natural ecological system is considered to be of utmost importance to the culture, people and government of Costa Rica.
As the Gulf of Papagayo continues to develop as a popular destination, the Marina Papagayo and the Four Seasons Resort continue as a team to be extremely ecologically sensitive. The marina, its real estate and all of the resort’s recreational facilities are all set within an environmental framework that protects the wildlife, its natural habitat and all types of water resources across the peninsula. Every facet of the Marina Papagayo and the surrounding resorts combines human interaction with the natural fauna and landscape to create as the greenest experience possible for all our guests.
In addition, Peninsula Papagayo is a member of the Global Partnership for Sustainable Tourism, which aims to transform the way tourism is undertaken worldwide. This group, hosted by the United Nations Environmental Program, sets the standard for environmental destination practices.