Reports From The Costa Rican Tourism Board
TOURISTS WILL BE ABLE TO USE 800 TOLL - FREE LINE
Foreigners coming to the country will have a new guidance tool in Costa Rica. It is an 800-Tourism Card, which will allow visitors to have access to important information during their stay abroad.
TOURIST POLICE RECEIVES NEW EQUIPMENT
ICT requested resources from the Chinese Government in Taiwan for the acquisition of new motorcycles and all terrain vehicles.
COSTA RICA INTENSIFIES ACTION PLANS FOR THE ARRIVAL OF CRUISE SHIPS
Proving to the main investors of the cruise ship industry that Costa Rica is one of the best destinations in the region, is only one of the objectives to be achieved conjunctly by the Costa Rica Tourist Board (ICT), the Costa Rican Institute of Pacific Ports (INCOP), and the Board of the Port Authority and Development for the Atlantic Coast (JAPDEVA) at the International Sea Trade Fair which started this week in Miami, Florida, United States.
President Arias handed out 251 awards and recognitions to different beaches, communities, and educational centersSubmitted by Jose on Tue, 08/07/2007 - 4:12pm.
PROTECTED NATURAL AREAS WILL BE GRANTED A BLUE FLAG
• 11 new participants obtained the maximum rating
• The Boruca indigenous reserve obtained a recognition in the program along with 4 beaches and 2 other communities
• 261,352 native trees were planted
• This program supports the fight against dengue (West Nile disease) in 25 regions