#1 a new appreciation for conservation
One silver lining of the world coming to a standstill has been the dramatically positive effect on wildlife and the natural world. Driven by the need for climate action and inspired by the unprecedented regeneration of wildlife worldwide, the travel industry has responded by putting conservation and eco-travel first. And it’s not just about observing. It’s about participating, too.
“Across the board, there’s a need for space, for distance, and an acute focus on extraordinary, remote destinations and accommodation enveloped by the natural world”
Tom Marchant | Black Tomato co-founder
In Costa Rica, you’ll be able to meet scientists at Proyecto Assist and contribute to research on sloth conservation, as well participating in coral reef regeneration through Bahia Culebra’s Coral Reef Propagation Project at the Four Seasons Papagayo. We also believe that travellers will select their destinations more carefully, paying closer attention to things like social and environmental responsibility.