Costa Rica is Navigating Rough Waters with Coronavirus and Tourism

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COVID-19 has turned the world of eco tourism upside down. We’re all Paddling a First Descent. Watch this video on Costa Rica rafting operator Rios Tropicales and how they’re navigating the pandemic. From river conservation, running a rafting company for 35 years, and how to “keep fighting to the end” – Rafael Gallo keeps us going.

 

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