Costa Rica will take advantage of the natural riches of Tenorio Volcano for tourism

Tourism is one of the main drivers of the economy of Costa Rica, a country that is home to nearly 5% of the planet's biodiversity, which is one of its main attractions.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Costa Rica announced this Saturday, April 24, the creation of a tourism project that will take advantage of the natural and scenic riches of the Tenorio Volcano National Park, located in the northern Pacific coast.

In a press release, the Presidential House indicated that the Rural Development Institute (Inder) increased its investments to support rural tourism initiatives to contribute to the reactivation of this sector, strongly hit by the Covid-19 sanitary crisis.

The initiative has an investment of 55 million Colones (about US$90,000 . . .

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