Bahia Santa Ellena, Costa Rica

Bahía Santa Elena (Santa Elena Bay), which borders the Área de Conservación Guanacaste, was recently designated a Marine Management Area. Such a designation means the bay will be reserved for specific purposes, including the conservation of marine life, the fostering of recreation and tourism, and the sustainable use of its resources, including fishing. The 732-hectare bay, with its completely undeveloped shoreline, is a breeding area for several marine species, including dolphins, whales, and turtles, as well as the endangered whale shark and several species of rays.

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