Wanderlust magazine has placed a rainbow-billed toucan perched on a branch on its cover with the title “Immerse yourself in Costa Rica”, which, without a doubt, makes the entire country proud.
In both its printed and digital versions, it highlights Costa Rica as a sustainable country ideal for an extremely ecological visit.
In addition, the country has been included as one of the most prominent destinations in Latin America and the world in The Travel Green List, which showcases champions of sustainable travel.
In the magazine there is a wonderful report written by Nikki Solano, which mentions a guide to plan a trip to Costa Rica and gives recommendations to visit the different ecosystems that the country has, such as La Fortuna, Lake Arenal , Monteverde, downtown San José, the Central Valley, the Pacific coast, Nosara, Drake Bay and the Golfo Dulce, as well as the Caribbean region.
Places such as the Pacuare River, Cahuita and Puerto Viejo are also recommended, where visitors will find a mix of outstanding cultural elements and paradisiacal beaches, some of them with an Ecological Blue Flag. In addition, it is mentioned that this area is ideal for practicing sustainable trips.
The magazine emphasizes the sustainability actions carried out by Costa Rica, which makes it one of the preferred destinations for the English and travelers committed to mitigating environmental impact. Readers are invited to visit the country and live unique experiences. William Rodríguez, Minister of Tourism, points out: “We proudly share the news of the extensive presence of Costa Rica in the print and digital editions of the prominent British travel magazine Wanderlust. This medium has dedicated the cover and an extensive 12-page report in one of its most recent publications, highlighting our country as a sustainable destination that generates impact on communities and social progress through its tourism model.
During the first four months of the year, Costa Rica received 967,820 tourists by air, and of that number, the United Kingdom occupies third place as the market for sending tourists to Costa Rica from Europe, with 31,390 visitors. Wanderlust has been in circulation as a travel magazine in the United Kingdom for more than 30 years and focuses on tourism interested in sustainability.