The participants in this first session included the members of the Association, among them nine representatives from different tourism sectors and the five communities involved. Important outcomes include the definition of the internal regulations and procedures. 

Andrea Gonzalez, Director of Public-Private Alliances of the Vice-presidency of Costa Rica, took part in this session as the first member of the Association's advisory component, an entity that will later include representatives from the National Conservation Areas System (SINAC) and the Costa Rican Institute of Tourism (ICT). 

A second meeting took place April 9th, in which it was decided that the following steps for the Association would be determined after the Caminos de Osa trails were identified.