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In recent decades, sustainable tourism has become a key factor in protecting our natural, cultural and socioeconomic resources in general, since it allows us to continue enjoying the amazing places to visit around Costa Rica but specifically in La Fortuna area, in a friendly way with the local community.

These efforts that we apply to reduce environmental impact are not excessively difficult to consider when we create a travel route, and it could be a good way to contribute with the reduction of pollution, global warming and interference with the local environment.

Your choice can make a difference!

Campo Verde Hotel invites you to make green travel, considering the following recommendations

before, during and after your trip:


Planning your trip

  • Look for “green” hotels, whose objectives go hand by hand with the preservation of the environment and continuous improvement to ensure it is sustainable.

  • When booking flights, make sure your reservation is with carbon neutral companies.

  • Turn off and unplug all electrical appliances in your home before starting your trip to avoid unnecessary electricity costs.

While traveling

  • Use electronic tickets for your airline flights to avoid unnecessary use of paper.

  • If you choose to rent a car, look for carbon neutral companies or rent vehicles that are electric.

  • Avoid buying single-use products. 


While in the destination 

  • Turn off all lights and appliances, and lower the heat or A / C, when leaving your room.

  • Take short showers and turn off the water when brushing your teeth or washing your hair.

  • Reuse your towels and bedding to conserve water and electricity. If you do not need clean towels hanging and if you need new ones, then simply leave them on the floor. Or indicate that you want change of sheets according to hotel policies.

  • We encourage you to recycle by using special containers found in the communal areas of the hotel. Also support recycling policies in any country that you visit.

  • Use recycled paper whenever they are available and avoid excessive use of wrappers and plastic bags when you do the shopping.

  • Respect local wildlife and local native cultures.

  •  Avoid buying anything made from endangered species. Please remember that removing flora or fauna is illegal.

  • When you go hiking, stay on marked trails and follow the rules published on interaction with animals in the area.

  • Whenever possible, buy local produce, locally grown and crafted by local artisans.

  • Visit the villages of the area and enjoy the taste of local food.

After your trip

  • Reflect on these environmental tips and how you and the place you've visited have benefited.

  • Apply them at home and consider actively participating in this important effort to protect our planet.

  • Try to apply these green tips and learn more about best practices for the environment.

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