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VDP and Fire Department of Costa Rica join forces to prevent fires

Thousands of vegetation fires are recorded every year in Costa Rica, especially in the dry season that runs from January to April. This fires affect hundreds of hectares of vegetation across the country.

In order to prevent these incidents in the South Pacific zone, Ventana del Pacífico Developers (VDP) has come together with the Fire Department of Costa Rica to design a fire prevention campaign. This campaign bring the message of fire prevention to schools, networks and communities in the South Pacific.

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Costa Rica selected as the world tourist destination 2024

Due to its great natural beauty and its facilities to offer visitors an amazing experience, the American magazine “Travel + Leisure” selected Costa Rica as the world destination of 2024.

The announcement was made in the month of November, highlighting the hospitality of the Costa Ricans, the must-see places for tourists, the excellent lodging options, the national parks, adventures in the jungle and the delicious gastronomy.

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Ecological explosion in the rainy season of Costa Rica

An explosion of green, flowers, fruits, birds and abundant mammals are part of the rainy season in Costa Rica, which is most intense in the months of September, October and November. It is also the time of turtle nesting, whale watching and the arrival of migratory birds.

The Ventana del Pacífico (VDP) real estate projects, on the coasts of the Costa Rican South Pacific, are located in privileged places to intensely experience this ecological festival.

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The Costa Rica Whale and Dolphin Festival is back in Costa Ballena

Three species of whales and five species of dolphins can be seen in the Costa Rica´s South Pacific swimming and making spectacular leaps, especially off the coasts near the Ventana del Pacífico (VDP) projects.

The Costa Rican Whale and Dolphin Festival is held annually in the Marino Ballena National Park. This ecological zone is part of Bahía Ballena of Osa, just 15 minutes from Ojochal and Chontales, where our projects are located.

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Ventana del Pacífico promotes biodiversity and conservation through residential landscaping

Ventana del Pacífico (VDP) dedicates at least 40% of its properties to green areas and forests. That amounts to hundreds of hectares devoted to landscaping and conservation in the South Pacific of Costa Rica.

Jean Marc Levesque, General Manager of VDP, explained that this percentage is respected without exception across the nearly 2,000 hectares of land owned by the company, which represents some 800 hectares dedicated to landscaping.

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Ventana del Pacífico promotes sustainable architecture in the tropics

Ventana del Pacífico (VDP) is applying the leading techniques of sustainable architecture in a tropical climate to all its real estate projects located in the South Pacific of Costa Rica.

Wide eaves, high ceilings, terraces, building orientation to promote ventilation, natural lighting, upper windows, and environmentally friendly materials are part of the sustainable architecture and construction techniques used by the company.

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Wild cat sightings increase in VDP projects in Chontales

Costa Rica has six species of wild cats and three of them have been spotted recently in Ventana del Pacífico’s (VDP) real estate developments in Chontales de Osa.

In mid-April, an impressive adult puma (Puma concolor costaricensis) was the first to be sighted, near the water tanks of Sueños del Trópico, causing quite a sensation among the VDP technical staff who spotted it.
Later in April, a Tigrillo (Leopardus tigrinus) was seen near the river in Trópicos Verdes.
Finally, an Ocelot or Manigordo (Leopardus pardalis) was recently seen crossing the road in Vientos del Sur.