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The Costa Rican Manatees; Tortugueros “Ladies of the Sea”.

The Costa Rican Manatees; Tortugueros “Ladies of the Sea”.

It is only fitting that Manatus Costa Rica is named after one of the Tortuguero’s most special yet elusive residents that prefer to remain snuggled in the shallow, marshy waters of the jungle canals on Costa Rica’s far north Caribbean Coast.  The Costa Rican Manatees or Tortugueros “Ladies of the Sea”…
Manatus Tortuguero: Where sustainable tourism thrives

Manatus Tortuguero: Where sustainable tourism thrives

When we talk about Tortuguero and Costa Rica, sustainable tourism automatically comes to mind. We add Manatus Costa Rica to the mix and the beauty of this very special place on earth and the tourism experience is enriched beyond spectacular.  This is where sustainable tourism is defined. According to UNESCO,…
Manatus Tortuguero is the Best Place for a Digital Detox.

Manatus Tortuguero is the Best Place for a Digital Detox.

(Español) El Hotel Manatus en Tortuguero tiene todo listo para escapar a una experiencia completa en el bosque lluvioso donde los botes reemplazan a los autos, las vías fluviales reemplazan a los caminos y los sonidos de los animales de la selva son música para sus oídos. Te invita a…
The manatee, a mermaid in danger

The manatee, a mermaid in danger

Some legends and stories told by sailors who sailed the Atlantic in search of new lands and treasures, used to report the existence of mermaids; alleged beings half woman half fish, which appeared to them in the long nights of navigation at the desolate sea… Today we think those mermaids,…
Which is the real wealth of Tortuguero?

Which is the real wealth of Tortuguero?

People talk about Tortuguero, as a magical, exotic and even inhospitable place.  A small Pearl in the Costa Rican Caribbean, which is a pride for locals and a magnet for tourists. But, what makes this natural destination a so special and different place from so many? The first thing I…
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