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February 16, 2023
Community
Culture
Destination

Art X PPGY

By Danielle Finnegan

Located in the new Vision Gallery, Art x PPGY is a limited series of pop-up events that support the Costa Rican art community by allowing local creatives to connect with residents and guests of Peninsula Papagayo. In turn, residents and guests will experience the rich art and culture of Costa Rica that was once confined to San Jose. Read More
Feature
February 15, 2023
Andaz
Community

Meet Bruno Alves

By Danielle Finnegan

A Brazilian with Italian and Spanish roots, Bruno Alves's unique background and his family's love of food inspired and defined his passion for cooking. Growing up in a home where the kitchen took center stage, he was exposed to a blend of cuisines. Only later in life did Bruno realize his childhood was an elaborate education on some of the dishes and techniques he would later rediscover. Read More
Interview
January 12, 2023
Destination
Sustainability

Get to Know Susana Vicente

By Danielle Finnegan

Susana joined PPGY in October 2021 as Head of Sustainability for the Resort Community & Destination team. After leading the formation of resort-wide sustainability committees with a vision of increasing engagement, productivity, and efficiency, Susana stepped into her new role as Director of ESG in December. Susana regularly holds Q&A sessions for the members and guests of the community, and you can join us at her next 'Coffee with Su' event at 3:00pm on February 2nd at the Clubhouse at Prieta Beach. Read the Interview
News
January 12, 2023
Amenities
Destination

Luxury on Land, Sea and Sky

By Francesca Poddie

Private jet and luxury cruising itineraries provide insider access to Peninsula Papagayo. Read the News Article
News
December 7, 2022

Biodiversity Talks

By Francesca Poddie

A new series of events with guest speakers from the scientific community takes a deep dive into meaningful topics related to biodiversity in our community. Read the News Article
Press release
December 5, 2022

From Sea to Shore and Back Again

By Francesca Poddie

Turtles have called the Peninsula Papagayo sands home for millions of years. Annually, female turtles emerge from the ocean to deposit their eggs on the sand, where they incubate for weeks. When the babies finally hatch, cracking out of their shells after dark to make their way to the water, it feels like nothing short of a miracle. Read the Press release
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