This park is the most important area in the entire west half of the Caribbean for the nesting of the green turtle. Volunteers participate on the sea turtle preservation including monitoring and registering nesting patterns, record keeping of eggs, moving eggs to the hatchery, beach patrols, freeing of the newborns to the ocean. Experience not required, but anticipate strange work hours (middle of the night!) and lots of time spent on the beach.
Our projects are open to students studying; or those with a keen interest, biology, marine life, animal welfare and conservation efforts around the World. Volunteering in the National Parks of Costa Rica help to solve some of the issues related to the lack of personnel and budget cutbacks that the Costa Rican's government has to face every year. We know that volunteers play a vital role in the conservation efforts: without outside assistance, these projects would be lost. Come join us and make a difference!
Most national parks offer on-site shared volunteer accommodations. These living conditions are basic, but clean and comfortable. Running water is available and communal washrooms. Meals are provided 3 times a day (breakfast, lunch and dinner) including beans, rice, grains, meat and vegetable. This is a rustic, adventure location and require people about o adapt to the basic conditions. A two week minimum program is requiered to a maximum of 6 weeks. Volunteers need to bring their own bedsheets/pillows
School group projects can be arranged and customized including group tour leader, airport transfers, project placement, meals/accommodations and sightseeing trips. Please inquire about our Spring break and summer vacation programs. Discounts apply for groups of 5 or more traveling together. We can accommodate any project length.
Airport pick up in San Jose. First night hostal in San Jose. Bus tickets to Limon. Pick up at bus station. Orientation and support from onsite coordinators. Shared dormitory accommodations at the project site. Includes three meals a day. Bus tickets back to San Jose.
Last night at hostal and airport departure transfer. The project coordinator is available 24/7 in case of emergency, health-related or otherwise.
* Volunteers must arrive to San Jose in the morning or Noon flights, night flights will delay the start of your program by one day.
Ideally situated between the Caribbean Ocean to the east, and the Pacific Ocean to the west, Costa Rica boosts various geography and climate zones from the pleasant interior to the tropical coast lines. Our volunteer placements allow you to work in the National Parks dotting the coast of the Caribbean region and also on the Pacific Coast. As a volunteer you can get involved with organic farming, soil regeneration, rain forest conservation, endangered species, sea turtle conservation projects and more.
North and South Caribbean – Limon Region This province boasts the highest percentage of national parks and reserves than any other region in Costa Rica. Limon is about 3 hours drive from San Jose, on the shores of the Caribbean. Limon is the capital of the Afro-Caribbean culture and boasts a Caribbean flavor.
This park is the most important area in the entire west half of the Caribbean for the nesting of the green turtle. Volunteers participate on the sea turtle preservation including monitoring and registering nesting…
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