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Trip ECO

ECO

“He who does not travel does not know the value of men.” – Moorish proverb

Eco Eco Eco! We hear this buzz word constantly because the new world traveler, especially from the corporate sector are motivated by experiences that educate in an immersive environment. Especially so for tours that support ecological projects such as rainforest, animal habitats and restoration are valued more than the been there done that types of tours we were used to in the past.

Eco Eco Eco! We hear this buzz word constantly because the new world traveler, especially from the corporate sector are motivated by experiences that educate in an immersive environment. Especially so for tours that support ecological projects such as rainforest, animal habitats and restoration are valued more than the been there done that types of tours we were used to in the past.

Eco Eco Eco! We hear this buzz word constantly because the new world traveler, especially from the corporate sector are motivated by experiences that educate in an immersive environment. Especially so for tours that support ecological projects such as rainforest, animal habitats and restoration are valued more than the been there done that types of tours we were used to in the past.

Eco Eco Eco! We hear this buzz word constantly because the new world traveler, especially from the corporate sector are motivated by experiences that educate in an immersive environment. Especially so for tours that support ecological projects such as rainforest, animal habitats and restoration are valued more than the been there done that types of tours we were used to in the past.

Bali

Bali

Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio

Mal País, Puntarenas

Mal País, Puntarenas

Las Catalinas, Northern Guanacaste

Las Catalinas, Northern Guanacaste

San Ignacio

San Ignacio

Placencia

Placencia

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Bali

Bali

"Don’t talk about heaven if you’ve never been to Bali" –Toba Beta

Aptly called the "Island of the Gods," Bali is one of the smallest and most famous islands of the Indonesian archipelago. With such notable cities as Kuta, Nusa Dua, and the capital, Denpasar, Bali features sun-kissed beaches, volcanic landforms covered by forests, terraced rice fields, and vibrant arts and nightlife. The island also houses an inspiring range of world-class meeting venues and hotels, which attract numerous meeting and event planners from around the world. Ngurah Rai International Airport is the only airport in Bali, as well as Indonesia's third-busiest international airport. Located 13 kilometers south of Denpasar, it is served by a number of international airlines and tourist charters, connecting Bali with Australia, several Asian capitals and the rest of Indonesia.

Best for: Adventure, The Beach, Cultural, ECO, Exotic, Mountains, Culinary, Wellness

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Manuel Antonio

Manuel Antonio

"I didn't know the world could be so mind-blowingly beautiful" - Justina Chen

Located on the Central Pacific Coast and known for it's remarkable natural splendor, Manuel Antonio National Park is THE most visited in Costa Rica.  From multiple vantage point, lush rainforest tumble down into picture-perfect inlets and coves that decorate the shoreline.  A lively resort town equally dedicated to wildlife preservation and it's global reputation as one of Costa Rica's most gorgeous locales, Manuel Antonio has become on of the most hip destinations to date. 

Best for: Adventure, ECO, Surf Camp & Glamping

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Mal País, Puntarenas

Mal País, Puntarenas

"Mal Pais evokes a feeling of freedom and earthiness quite unlike one can imagine in the city". - Bahayan Costa Rica

In Southernmost Guanacaste along the Peninsula de Nicoya, Mal Pais and Santa Teresa are a dramatic plethora of natural variances; rocky coves, white sand beaches, waterfalls, rainforests, secret coves, embodying the true Pura Vida mantra near Cabo Blanco National Park. The historical draw was surfing at famous beaches like Playa Mar Azul, Playa Santa Teresa, Playa Manzanillo, and Playa Carmen but the fishing, boating, snorkeling, diving, hiking, horseback riding, biking, and 4-wheeling have become world class. 

For many years, the Southern Nicoya Peninsula was off the beaten tourist track so backpackers and surfers were the modern re-discoverers of the beautiful beaches and lush forests.  As the infrastructure improved to the region of the sister towns, Mal Pais, and Santa Teresa morphed into one of Costa Rica’s most appreciated off the beaten paths. 

Santa Teresa has become a bustling surf town with modern comforts while Malpais has retained its laid-back vibe and beckons travelers in search of nature and tranquility. Life is slow paced, while animals still find shelter in the thickets and monkeys’ traverse through the canopy.

Best for: Adventure, The Beach, ECO

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Las Catalinas, Northern Guanacaste

Las Catalinas, Northern Guanacaste

"Making our streets car-free is the most radical design decision we have made at Las Catalinas.  I assure you plenty of people tried to talk us out of it" - Visionary of Las Catalinas

As a travel destination, Las Catalinas has grown in importance in recent years, being featured and on covers of major travel publications such as Travel + Leisurethe New York Times, and the Wall Street Journal. Described as a "Costa Rican paradise, made to order for travelers", this coastal resort town has gained international acclaim for its small-town vibe, authentic Costa Rican culture, and scenic beauty. While its luxurious boutique hotel Casa Chameleon has won awards for its zero-edge infinity pool, the town grounds also offer a large share of its 70+ villas and apartments as vacation homes, with guests being able to mingle with full and part-time residents and turning this local community into a more international, cultural melting-pot of like-minded types.

Best for: Adventure, The Beach, ECO

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San Ignacio

San Ignacio

"But there is a different Belize that we set out to find: its lush interior, thick with rain forests, Mayan ruins, tiny villages, intense wildlife..." -Dwight Garner

San Ignacio has become a cultural hub, combining the history of the surrounding local Maya ruins with modern cultural influences. This region has an authentic and contagious vibe, teeming with life and positivity. Residents are mestizos, Maya and Garifuna, as well as a bunch of free-spirited expats from Europe and North America. Most travelers come to San Ignacio as a base for the adventures of the jungle and rivers as well as the ancient history of the Maya. 

San Ignacio is the epicenter of Western Belize and the largest town in the Cayo district, located on the banks of the Mopan and Macal Rivers is an easy transfer from Belize City. 67 miles of modern roadway and the only suspension bridge in the country leads to a magically lush jungle full of truly special wildlife, breathtaking waterfalls, rushing rivers and ancient culture. Generational hospitality and unique resorts make this a truly special part of a trip to Belize.

Best for: Adventure, Archeological & History , ECO

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Las Catalinas Residential Resort

Surrounded by tropical nature on land and at sea, Las Catalinas is a beautiful, car-free, fully walkable beach town in Costa Rica. An increasingly popular destination for travelers from near and far, Las...

Starting from : $459.00 per person

Best for: Adventure, The Beach, ECO

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