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Volunteer in Costa Rica for the Environment

Latin American Sea Turtles

Join a group of volunteers headed to Costa Rica

Costa Rica.
April 23 - May 7, 2018
Aid in sea turtle conservation in Costa Rica! Search for nesting adult female turtles during nocturnal beach patrols, help relocate the eggs to a safe hatchery, and more.
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.

100% response rate , 33 hour(s) response time.
an educational, hands on, working model for bio-intensive organic permaculture farming

99% response rate , 35 hour(s) response time.
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.

100% response rate , 3 hour(s) response time.
Wildlife around Turtles and the authentic Caribbean

100% response rate
We are creating the world

100% response rate
Somos una organización ambientalista y ecológica, contamos con una albergue y una pequeña finca en donde desarrollamos muchos de nuestros proyectos


Cabuya de Cobano, Costa Rica, Central America.
100% response rate
We are a non-profit organization working to save animals and to benefit environmental education in Cabuya, Costa Rica.

The Ara Project

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

Punta Islita, Costa Rica, Central America.
94% response rate , 73 hour(s) response time.
A non-profit conservation organisation to restore parrot populations to their historic range across Costa Rica

100% response rate , 12 hour(s) response time.
Reserva Playa Tortuga is a non-profit biological research and education center formed in 2009 by community members (“citizen scientists”) and Costa Rican scientists.

We are a registered Canadian charitable organization, not-for-profit, who own and operate Cano Palma Biological Station in Costa Rica (www.coterc.org).

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