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September 13, 2022
Amenities
Club

Golf Course Renovation in Full Swing

By Francesca Poddie

The renovation of the back nine at Peninsula Papagayo is in full swing, including a robust expansion of fairways and greens, gaining and recapturing grand vistas through selective vegetation clearing, the introduction of low-input native grasses in conjunction with a new irrigation system, and repositioning of natural bunkers in a variety of shapes, sizes, depths, and locations. Read the News Article
News
August 5, 2022
Biodiversity
Sustainability

Visitors Offset Travel Emissions, Making Positive Local Impact

By Francesca Poddie

Thanks to our new partnership with FONAFIFO, Costa Rica’s internationally renowned National Forestry Financing Fund​​, visitors to Peninsula Papagayo are now able to offset their travel emissions while making positive local impacts, contributing directly to increased forest cover in Costa Rica's northern sector Read the News Article
News
July 14, 2022
Club
Resort

Golf Course Gets Major Makeover

By Francesca Poddie

The peninsula's unmatched eco-golf walk in the park is getting a substantial makeover designed by Arnold Palmer Design Company to create more excitement and improve playability. Read the News Article
News
June 15, 2022
Amenities
Explorers

New Wilderness Outpost in Palmares

By Bryan Bruce

Situated deep inside Peninsula Papapgayo's exclusive Palmares Conservation Area, Palmares Outpost will be ground zero for once-in-a-lifetime eco-adventures on and above ground. Gateway to 250 acres of pure energy, these protected wildlands span three different ecosystems in less than a square kilometer. Read the News Article
News
June 8, 2022
Biodiversity
Sustainability

Members & Guests Dive In To Restore The Reefs Of Papagayo

By Francesca Poddie

To commemorate Oceans Day, The Explorers announce new seasonal experiences with a special purpose — aimed at restoring the coral reefs of Papagayo. Read the News Article

By Francesca Poddie

Unlike other destinations in Costa Rica, the 180-berth Marina Papagayo was purpose-built to host watercraft up to 200-feet long. Over the past decade, superyachts have grown in size and the marina is conducting a feasibility study to expand the facilities to accommodate larger vessels. Read More
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