Posted by: askelena | August 2, 2012

Whales and Dolphins Festival in Bahía-Uvita –

Whales and Dolphins Festival in Bahía-Uvita – Costa Ballena of Osa
  • The dates for the next Festival of Whales and Dolphins are confirmed 7th to 9th and 14th to 16th September. 
  • This year it is being organized by three local entities: the Marine Ballena National Park Associations of Tour Operators and Guides, the Development Association of Bahia and Uvita, and the Chamber of Tourism and Commerce of Costa Ballena de Osa (CACOBA) with the support of MINAE, the security forces, the Tourist Police, the Osa Municipality, the Coast Guard, and the Red Cross. 
  • This joint effort will result in a renewed and attractive festival. This year´s theme is “September Month of the Whales, Costa Rica.”
  • The Festival will not only have an environmental approach; it will also have a tinge of community development. The idea is that all businesses may benefit, from Dominical to Ojochal. If you want to offer some kind of service during the festival, contact any of the organizations mentioned below, they will gladly direct you. In addition, your company can support the event as a sponsor.
  • INFO: Walter Brenes, Presidente Asociación Tour Operadores – 8846 6576, Esteban Calderón, presidente de ADI Bahía y Uvita – 8719 3042, Stephanie Obando, secretaria CACOBA – 2743 8546


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