Although since 1869 a flag waving in Costa Rica Cocos Island, it was not until February 2012 that formalized procedures for registering property in this territory to officially gives assume this land as part of Costa Rica. The Cocos Island is one of the places you need to ask to visit if you paid the best costa rica vacations packages from any of the travel agencies.
The process was formalized with the signing of the Environment Minister Rene Castro, and in the presence of Vice Minister Ana Lorena Guevara.
"Our island was not registered and we wanted to," said Guevara in the auditorium of the Supreme Electoral Tribunal, which hosted the event as part of the forum formalization Cocos Island, one of the most fascination Costa Rica attractions you need to see.
"We are in the process of consolidating the system of conservation areas, which not only is to provide human and financial resources, but also to consolidate the land included within the boundaries of these areas," said Guevara.
For Fernando Quiros, director of Marine Conservation Area Cocos (ACMIC), this registration process responds to an effort of sorts. "There’s a country-wide effort to take satellite images of the island and order the registration of land," he said.
According to Quiros, the property registration process and is fast, thanks to a decree that authorized them to perform these steps. It remains that the Attorney General’s Office as counsel for the State, proceed with the registration of the property.
In 1832 came the first Costa Rican to Cocos Island to assist in the rescue of some ship wrecked, but it was in 1869-under the command of Captain Rafael Oreamuno and government of Jesus Jimenez was declared the sovereignty of Costa Rica in this 500 km area of the continent.
In the “Isla Del Coco” you can’t find the usual luxury hotels in costa rica, but you get to have the most fun as nature becomes the best thing here.
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