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Volunteer in Central America doing Conservation Work

La Gran Vista Agroecological Farm

Repunta Daniel Flores, Costa Rica, Central America.
Accommodation Meals
Background of the Organization:

Finca La Gran Vista was established on January 16, 2001, as a non-profit project with the aim of spreading awareness of environmentally sustainable agricultural methods to other farmers in the region. It is intended to provide an example for other farms .

93% response rate
LAST has close to thirty years' experience working with Costa Rican sea turtles, and staff are experts when it comes to sea turtle population management, community based conservation, coastal management and volunteer assisted research.

Tortugas de Pacuare

Accommodation Meals
100% response rate , 33 hour(s) response time.
Wildlife around

The Monkey Farm

Playa Ocotal, Costa Rica, Central America.
Accommodation Meals
83% response rate
We are creating the world

The Yepez Foundation

Veracruz, Mexico, Central America.
Accommodation Meals
Fundación Yepéz A. C. is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting Sea Turtles as well as other community conservation projects through sustainable methods.

Bay Islands Foundation

Bay Islands, Utila, Honduras, Central America.
Accommodation
67% response rate
IRBS - FIB is an organization working on sustainable development through scientific research.

ASVO

Guanacaste and Puntarenas, Costa Rica, Central America.
Accommodation Meals
Our volunteer work supports investigation, education and conservation of the environment, with social commitment.

Experience Mamoni

Panamá, Panama, Central America.
Accommodation Meals
80% response rate
Get in the heart of Panama, within the 10.000 ha of the Mamoni river watershed, to contribute in reforestation programs, sustainable agriculture and community development.

Project Bona Fide

Accommodation Meals
Project Bona Fide (PBF), a registered 501(c)3 non-profit organization, is a demonstrative permaculture site and experience-based learning center that utilizes permaculture design, agroforestry, research & education, and community collaboration to promote food security on Isla de Ometepe

100% response rate
The Azuero Earth Project is dedicated to reforestation, habitat restoration, sustainable land management and environmental education on the Azuero peninsula of Panama.

Latest Reviews


Volunteering at La Gran Vista Agroecological Farm reviewed by Samantha
"I volunteered on Donald's farm a couple years ago in order to learn more about what it takes to have a sustainable farm, and to see if farming was really for me. I can't say enough wonderful things about Donald, his family, and the farm itself. Not only are they all welcoming, hospitable, and kind, but they all have unique personalities that were such a joy getting to know. I was able to learn more than I ever thought possible, Donald's farm is a true representation of a sustainable farm. Donald himself is so fun to be around, and gently pushes you to think deeper, to be more environmentally aware. His knowledge is invaluable and his love for his country is admirable. I 100% recommend visiting this farm to anyone and everyone."
on 08/07/2016

Best Experience of my life! reviewed by Sophie Wilson
"My experience at LAST was one of the best experiences I have had! Although it certainly was something out of my comfort zone, I don't regret doing it. It opened my eyes to how prominent poaching is, and how important it is for there to be patrols to help. The people and the activities that I had to do made me feel so helpful and supportive to the community, certainly a trip that you come out from realising how much off the world you are normally secluded from. Would recommend it to everyone! "
on 01/09/2016