The Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT) has just launched a fun activity book for children to learn and being entertained while at home. The learn-and-play activity book features a wide variety of easy and intricate designs for kids to colour – as well as fun puzzles and games to learn all about Costa Rica’s wildlife, including sloths, frogs and sea turtles. The 12-page book can be downloaded for free here:
From hanging bridges to hanging sloths, from toucans sitting on treetops to jaguars roaming the rainforest, the activity colour book provides a great chance for children to learn about Costa Rica while staying indoors.
Costa Rica offers visitors an abundance of unique wildlife, landscapes and climates. The country shelters approximately 6.5% of the world’s biodiversity and currently holds the United Nation’s Champions of the Earth award for its commitment to ambitious policies to combat climate change.
For more information about Costa Rica, please visit: www.visitcostarica.com/uk
Notes to Editors:
About Costa Rica
Nestled between the Pacific Ocean and Caribbean Sea, in the heart of Central America, Costa Rica offers visitors an abundance of unique wildlife, landscapes and climates meaning a trip to this Central American country is anything but run of the mill. The country proudly shelters approximately 6.5% of the known biodiversity in the world and has become a global leader in sustainable practices. Visitors to Costa Rica enjoy a highly organised tourism infrastructure offering a broad terrain of activities and accommodations.
About Instituto Costarricense de Turismo (ICT)
Established in 1955, the Costa Rica Tourism Board (ICT), alongside its partners in the private sector, spearheads the vital task of regulating and promoting Costa Rica’s extensive tourism offerings.
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