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Volunteer in Costa Rica in 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 .

67% 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 , 16 hour(s) response time.
Wildlife around

The Monkey Farm

Playa Ocotal, Costa Rica, Central America.
Accommodation Meals
80% response rate
We are creating the world

ASVO

Accommodation Meals
Our volunteer work supports investigation, education and conservation of the environment, with social commitment.

Lobalu

Cabuya de Cobano, Costa Rica, Central America.
Accommodation
We are a charity working to save animals and to benefit education in Cabuya, Costa Rica

Promote the participation of both national and foreign people in volunteer programs in specific projects and activities, in which they can not only collaborate but also acquire knowledge of the country's biodiversity.

The Ara Project

Protect the Macaw birds, and stand against illegal poaching/habitat loss in Costa Rica!

Punta Islita, Costa Rica, Central America.
A non-profit conservation organisation to restore parrot populations to their historic range across Costa Rica

Vista Hermosa Farm Project

Salitrales, Costa Rica, Central America.
Accommodation Meals
an educational, hands on, working model for bio-intensive organic permaculture farming

Reserva Playa Tortuga is a non-profit biological research and education center formed in 2009 by community members (“citizen scientists”) and Costa Rican scientists.