Location: San Pablo de Palmichal, Acosta, San José
Description: In 1991 a group of 15 inhabitants of Palmichal de Acosta and surrounding communities united to protect the water and forests of the Nacientes Palmichal Basin, made up by Negro River and Tabarcia River, to teach the population about protection and conservation habits and customs in harmony with the natural environment.
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As COOPRENA we are not operating in Community Rural Tourism trade. Our goal is as of March 2022, we will be operating again with an innovative strategy to promote and develop Rural Community-Based Tourism in Costa Rica.