Thursday, 29 October 2020

Travel Channel Comes To Playa Jacó, Costa Rica

Photo by David Karr
Photo by David Karr

(QCOSTARICA TRAVEL) We are very excited to share the news that Jaco Beach was selected to be on featured for a show on the Travel Channel.

Last week the crew from Indigo Films came to town to film some of Jaco’s most popular activities as well as hear locals tell their stories on what makes Jaco such a special place.  The series, now in its third season, is called Bikinis and Boardwalks, which covers the top beach destinations throughout the world.

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The Jaco community did an amazing job of coming together to help demonstrate just why Jaco IS one of the best beaches in the world.

The show featured many local restaurants, and popular activities like waterfall rappelling, surfing, ziplining, hiking, and ATV tours through the rainforest.

The producers also captured and heard the stories of several locals, while also helping to promote and feature a number of local businesses.

The Jaco episode, titled Bikinis, Pirates and Pura Vida will air July 26th at 8PM on the Travel Channel.

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Article by David Karr

About the author
David Karr has been living in Costa Rica since 2005. One of Costa Rica’s most recommended realtors, he handles sales and rentals in the Jacó area on the central Pacific coast. Visit his website here.


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While visiting Jaco stay at the Copabacabana Hotel.

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