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Campaign Seeks To Reactivate Tourism and Economy of Playa Jacó

The "Jacó Enamora" initiative is driven by local chamber

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Playa Jaco.

The growing lack of opportunities in the area of Jacó in Puntarenas led area businesses to seek a solution to return the town as it was before.

According to the Jaco area businesses, for some time now, the community has seen a reduction in tourists, due to the emergence of other destinations, as well as the persistence of certain prejudices.

“Garabito is much more than a canton of beaches and bars…”, said Juan Carlos Chávez, President of the Cámara de Turismo y Comercio Sostenible del Pacífico Central (Catucoso) – Chamber of Tourism and Sustainable Trade of the Central Pacific.

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Source (in Spanish): Elmundo.cr

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