Costa Rica: $23 million for Medical Tourism Center

An environmental impact study has been submitted for construction of a treatment and curative care center in a hot springs area in La Fortuna, Alajuela.

Thursday, November 2, 2017

Data from the interactive platform "Construction in Central America" compiled by the Business Intelligence Unit at CentralAmericaData indicates that Ganadera Manoa de la Fortuna S.A. submitted an Environmental Impact Study (EIA) in August to the Setena to develop, in the district of La Fortuna, province of Alajuela, a medical tourism project.

See also "Central America: $766 million in Tourism Projects"

The project called "Centro Termal Arenal" consists of the construction of facilities focused mainly on curative treatment by means of thermal waters, in an area of 400 thousand square meters and a construction footprint of 32,531 square meters. 

The project will include areas for medical treatment, reception, dressing rooms, swimming pools, gardens, waterfalls, restaurant, multipurpose room, kitchen, parking lots and other amenities. 

According to the study, approximately $23.3 million will be invested in developing the project.

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