Tuesday, 14 April 2015

“Save the Canadians” Campaign Launched:
Rainforest Plants & Animals for Overworked Canadians

Video: ICT Costa Rica Tourism - Save the Canadians

You can’t make this stuff up. Well, maybe you can…sort of (i.e. singing animals organizing politically).

Image Collage by PeapodLife: Costa Rican Animals for Overworked Canadians

The point is, an endearing website has been launched by Costa Rica Tourism to “Save the Canadians.”

Image: SavetheCanadians.org

The website not only features singing denizens of the tropical Costa Rican rainforest, it has a great deal of maps, information on destinations, and tempting photos inviting visitors to “Explore [their] Human Habitats.”

Image Collage by PeapodLife: Explore Human Habitats in Costa Rica

The site also many features numerous videos highlighting the many beautiful destinations one can visit in Costa Rica, such as La Paz Waterfall Gardens.

Video: La Paz Waterfall Gardens, Costa Rica

We at PeapodLife applaud the efforts by Costa Rica’s rainforest ecosystem flora and fauna to save Canadians from the drudgery and toxicity of their daily workplace. And while getting away to a beautiful place like Costa Rica for a week or two every year is a good start, it won’t “save the Canadians…”

And Mother Nature knows it.

That’s why some of those dedicated rainforest plants and animals from Costa Rica have chosen to come north to Canada to partner with PeapodLife in bringing the beauty, relaxation, invigoration and healing powers of high order rainforest ecosystems to Canadian homes and workplaces 365 days a year.

Image Collage by PeapodLife: Ecosystems for Overworked Canadians
Text Image Source: http://savethecanadians.org/

Including up to five biomes, including canopy, waterfall, terrestrial and aquatic, our ecosystems fill your home or office with the beautiful and soothing sights, sounds and energies of a tropical rainforest, with no soil, no mess, and very little maintenance required.

Come explore our “Advanced Human Habitats.”

Image Collage by PeapodLife: Explore Our Advanced Human Habitats
Text Image Source: http://savethecanadians.org/

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