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Poas Volcano
Certificate of Sustainable Tourism Program

Poas Volcano Lodge has been awarded with three leaves for the Certificate of Sustainable Tourism Program - CST , it is a product of the Costa Rican Tourism Board (ICT). The CST was designed to differentiate businesses from the tourism sector, based on the degree to which they comply with a sustainable model of natural, cultural and social resource management. www.turismo-sostenible.co.cr

 

La Paz Waterfall Garden
Visit Costa Rica

Poas Volcano Lodge is a member of ICT since 1992, it is a government institution to promote sustainable tourism development, with the purpose of improving Costa Ricans' quality of life, by maintaining a balance between the economic and social boundaries, environmental protection, culture, and facilities. www.visitcostarica.com. 

 

Doka Coffee Tour
CATURPOÁS, (Poas Volcano Chamber of Tourism and Commerce)

Poas Volcano Lodge is an active member of CATURPOÁS, (Poas Volcano Chamber of Tourism and Commerce). Michael Cannon, owner of Poas Volcano Lodge and one of the founders of CATURPOÁS, started the chamber on 7th February 2009 as a nonprofit organization to include tourism entrepreneurs and people with similar interests in the Poas Volcano area. The aim is to develop tourism as an alternative socio-economic outlet for the region. http://caturpoas.weebly.com 

 

Sarchi
My Unique Places

Poas Volcano Lodge is a member of My Unique Places, a collection of charming boutique hotels, each one very different in character and location and in a class of their own. Each hotel is privately owned, and family and staff take great pleasure in making each guest feel they have had a unique experience. www.myuniqueplaces.com

 

Colinas del Poas Canopy Tour
Red Costarricense de Reservas Naturales (The Costa Rican Network of Private Reserves)

Poas Volcano Lodge is member of Red Costarricense de Reservas Naturales (The Costa Rican Network of Private Reserves) These have been established over several decades and is run by voluntary conservation schemes. In 1995, the objective was met and now the schemes its members represent account for 99% of quantifiable and verifiable conservation land in Costa Rica. There are more than 200 affiliated private reserves, which together protect an area greater than 80,000 h of land, most of which comprise of primary forests. www.reservasprivadascr.org