Sustainable tourism in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula

Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula is said to hold 2.5% of the world’s biodiveristy in a space smaller than Rhode Island, USA. And now, it’s being developed as a tourism destination.

We speak with photographer Marco Bollinger, co-founder and photographer of I See, I Travel, about Osa, responsible tourism, and the upcoming documentary, 2.5%.

To listen, hit play below or find episode 242 in iTunes or Soundcloud:

Co-founders, Eytan and Marco

2.5% is a documentary and photojournalism project that promotes responsible tourism in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula while addressing the issues that over-development and mass tourism might bring.

You can help support final filming and distribution of this film here.

All images thanks to ISeeITravel.org.

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2 Responses to “Sustainable tourism in Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula”

  1. Janella July 25, 2012 at 11:56 am #

    lol don’t lie! You’re both shower singers and you know it:p nothing to be ashamed of:)

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