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Ökotourismus in Boca Tapada - eine Erfolgsgeschichte

... der Laguna del Lagarto Öko-Lodge

Auf einer kleinen Halbinsel, im Norden Costa Ricas, unweit des kleinen Dorfes Boca Tapada, umgeben von einem traumhaft stillen See, liegt die "Laguna del Lagarto Lodge". Harmonisch eingefügt in die unberührte Natur, steht sie direkt am Rande des Dschungels. Nur das Zettern der Affen und Schlagen der Vögel unterbricht ihre Stille.

Ein Wanderweg führt, nur wenige Meter vom Hotel entfernt, in die freie Wildnis, wo man sie erleben und geniessen kann. Auf der Lagune gleitet man in eine verträumte, überwältigend schöne Natur hinein. Vorbei an blühenden Seerosen, grünen Leguanen, Baselisk-Eidechsen, feinblättrigen Orchideen und prächtigen Bromelien.
Es ist, als könne jeden Moment der schwarze Jaguar, oder graue Tapir aus dem Busch treten, um seinen Durst zu stillen. In der angrenzenden Umgebung liegt die Pferdekoppel, sowie eine kleine Palmherzen-Plantage, die in einem zweiten, ebenso stillen See endet.

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Lebensgeschichte des Gründers der Laguna del Lagarto Lodge

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Vinzenz Schmack:
"Der lange Weg von Oberschlesien nach Costa Rica"


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Auf Entdeckungstour im Regenwald Costa Ricas

Selbst Palmen Wandern...

In dem privaten Regenwaldreservat der Laguna del Lagarto Lodge gibt es viel zu entdecken... Der Wald ist auf 100 Hektar nie bewirtschaftet worden und blieb so als ursprünglicher Primärwald erhalten.

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An Eco Tourism Success Story in Costa Rica

... opening a poor, isolated area to tourism.

Presented at the 11th BELL (business environment learning and leadership) Conference Sustainable Technology Development & New Market Creation July 20-22.2005, Cornell University Ithaca, New York.

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Laguna del Lagarto Lodge Owner Makes Positive Impact

Newspaper article from "The Tico Times", 15 December 2006

"Laguna del Lagarto Lodge's contribution to its Northern Zone Community is an example of how ecotourism can affect the well-being and lifestyle of the inhabitants of an isolated area...."

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A Biologist First Impressions of Laguna del Lagarto Lodge

by Dr. Carlos Guindon Standing - Project Coordinator,
Great Green Macaw Research Project


"Even after arriving late the night before, I could not resist the daybreak wakeup call of Mealy Parrots, Montezuna Oropendolas and many other sounds which quickly enticed me into the 500 ha forest right next to the lodge for a pre breakfast walk. I was glad to see that many of the trees along the main trail were tagged with their latin and common names and that they included some of the increasingly rare tropical hardwood giants...".

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Jewels of the Rainforest

Jewels of the RainforestI am a Biologist-Entomologist-Nature Videographer and have lived in Costa Rica for over 4 years. I am the creator and owner of The jewels of The Rainforest Entomological Museum in El Tirol, Heredia, Costa Rica.

Two years ago, Mr. Vinzenz Schmack invited me to his "La Laguna del Lagarto Lodge", a pristine area on a hill surrounded by 1,275 acres of virgin tropical rain forest in the extreme northern part of Costa Rica.

I have traveled extensively throughout Costa Rica in search of natural history subjects in either original, unaltered environment, as material for the various professional educational videos which I have produced here.

La Laguna del Lagarto Lodge and the surrounding tropical forests has provided me with the greatest selection of remarkable natural history material of any location I have so far visited in Costa Rica. Besides the tremendous number and species variety of my favorite subjects, the arthropods (Insects, etc.), this wonderful area is home to over 350 bird species including the rare Great Green Macaw and the Chestnut Bellied Heron! The howler, capuchin and spider monkeys are a common sight here as well as "the last of the Dinosaurs" in the forms of Iguanas, Basilisks, and of course, numerous Caimans in the surrounding lakes! Both red and metallic green Arrow-Poison Frogs occur here in great abundance!

I recommend, without reservation, La Laguna del Lagarto Lodge to anyone desiring the opportunity to be immersed in and to observe first hand the wonder of Central Americas Rainforests. You will not find another location with such easy access to wild tropical nature, while being provided with excellent, safe, accommodations and some of the best food anywhere!

Feel free to contact me at my museum if you desire further commentary regarding La Laguna del Lagarto Lodge.

Richard H. Whitten, Biologist

 

 

 

Laguna del Lagarto Regenwald Lodge

Phone: 2289 8163 (Office San José)
Pital de San Carlos, Boca Tapada 995-1007
COSTA RICA

7 km nördlich von Boca Tapada:
Latitude: 10.687028 (10N 41' 13.3")
Longitude: -84.180556 (84W 10' 50.0")

Web: www.lagarto-lodge-costa-rica.com
Email: info@lagarto-lodge-costa-rica.com

 

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