Volunteer on your gap year to work with and protect the stunning array of animals in Costa Rica. There are turtles, native primates, big cats, and a lot more. Go backpacking and make a real difference in the most biodiverse area of the world.
Experience marine and rainforest conservation in this biodiversity hotspot and join a team of international volunteers as an expedition member.
Volunteering at a sea turtle conservation project in Playa Matapalo with tours of a sugar cane & coffee plantation at Monteverde and a Cloud Forest Reserve guided tour in Santa Elena.
We have organised conservation projects since 1989. With projects in Madagascar, Costa Rica, Tanzania, Fiji & around the world, we can offer fun, adventure & the chance to make a difference
Live beach-side in Costa Rica while working with a local biologist to assist with sea turtle studies, conservation, protection work and help with sustainable egg protection programs.
Discover the rainforests of Costa Rica and assist in the protection of the elusive and endangered Jaguar.
Carry out groundbreaking survey work in Costa Rica’s remote habitats and help combat the effects of climate change as you track and conserve some of the country’s most mysterious creatures.
Get involved with incredible wildlife conservation in Costa Rica, including looking after baby turtles, tracking big cats and reforestation in the woodland areas! What more could you want?
Patrol the glorious sandy beaches of Costa Rica as you wait for turtles to come to shore and lay their eggs. Help protect hundreds of baby turtles as they scramble to the sea post hatching.
Costa Rica covers just 0.03% of the world’s landmass, but is home to 500,000 species. That’s the highest biodiversity of anywhere on Earth! Here’s your chance to help protect it!
Work at a centre dedicated to the care and conservation of some of Costa Rica’s most threatened species including sloths, monkeys and loads more.