Set sail for Costa Rica, a Central American state between the Caribbean Sea and the Pacific Ocean. Telework in a natural open-air oasis, in contact with biodiversity unique in the world.
Costa Rica is a concentrate of wonders of all kinds. Between sandy beaches, mountains and volcanoes, forests and natural parks, everything is there.
Famous for its coffee and banana production, the country has many other things to offer you, first of all, its biodiversity.
Sanctuary for many endemic species, Costa Rica, is home to over 6% of the world's biodiversity. You will be able to admire the Green Basil (which is not a plant 😊), the Carina Toucan, the Red-eyed Treefrog, or the Orchids, of which the country is the first world producer.
For lovers of outdoor sports, this is the place to be. An infinite playground opens up before you, and there are a plethora of activities. For kitesurfing aficionados, Bahia de Salinas, a world famous spot, is ideal. The hikers will also enjoy treks through the National Parks, the volcanic cordillera, the Pacific coast, and the Caribbean coast.
Finally, for families, Costa Rica is a true haven of peace! The country is the most "simple" and "accessible" destination in Central America regarding security, administrative formalities, or health precautions.
Are you sensitive to the environment's preservation? Costa Rica is for you! Signatory of the Paris Agreements in 2016, Costa Rica is the most proactive country globally regarding carbon neutrality. Its president, Carlos Alvarado, reaffirmed this commitment in 2020, announcing a plan to make his state the first country to achieve carbon neutrality by the end of 2021.
While the use of fossil fuels is still a reality, the state and the industry systematically compensate greenhouse gas emissions, a fine example of this desire to take up a significant challenge, despite limited financial resources.
This neutrality is a reality. With 80% coming from hydroelectricity, most electricity comes from renewable sources.
The eco-responsible policy of the country has as another consequence the preservation of exceptional biodiversity.
Open your eyes wide; the show is worth the detour. You will be able to contemplate an intact nature, sheltering alone 6% of the world's biodiversity. From Bahia Drake, a small coastal village on the Osa Peninsula, to Tortuguero National Park, an almost uninhabited area located in the province of Limon on the Caribbean coast, passing through the Cordillera de Talamanca, the highest mountain range in Costa Rica, it is a natural paradise under the open sky that is offered to you.
The rare biodiversity nearly disappeared in the '80s. The addition to the constitution of "the right to a healthy and ecologically balanced environment" prevented it.
If you can't start a day or end your lunch without a good, strong coffee, you've come to the right place. Costa Rican coffee is considered one of the best coffees in the world.
The intensification of its cultivation, the central resource of the farmers in the '80s, almost wiped out the country's biodiversity. Since then, it has found its place in this ecosystem by turning away from a productivist model and moving towards a reasoned and very high-quality production!
Proof of this desire for excellence, it is forbidden to produce Robusta coffee in Costa Rica, and you will only find 100% Arabica.
5 111 238
This is Costa Rica’s number of inhabitants in 2020.
This is the country's carbon balance objective in 2021. As a signatory to the Paris agreements, the government aims to be the first country in the world to achieve carbon neutrality.
This was when Costa Rica became the first country in the world to abolish its army constitutionally.
It is the assurance of teleworking at least half a day in a fluid way with your colleagues in France.