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Ecovolunteer in a national park in Costa Rica

Wild animals costa rica

Go to Costa Rica for a trip with a positive environmental impact. Get involved as an eco-volunteer in a national park.
🐚 Nature reserve
🐚 Costa Rica
🐚 Languages: English or Spanish
🐚 From 18 years
🐚 From €975 for two weeks (€280 for an additional week)
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Volunteer on an organic farm in Costa Rica

Farm costa rica

Immerse yourself in an organic farm in Costa Rica the land of pura vida.
🐐 Organic farm
🐐 Costa Rica
🐐 Language: English or Spanish
🐐 From 18 years old
🐐 From €785 for 2 weeks (booking fee + program)
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Costa Rica: Eco-volunteer in a wildlife sanctuary

Lazy wild animals

Embark on an active ecotourism holiday in Costa Rica. The mission takes place at a wildlife rescue center in the land of Pura Vida.
🦁 Wild animal sanctuary
🦁 Costa Rica
🦁 From 18 years old
🦁 English or Spanish
🦁 From €1040 2 weeks - €325 per additional week.
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Beach clean up expedition in Costa Rica 

Volunteer in Costa Rica beach

Discover the beautiful beaches of Costa Rica thanks to this ecovolunteer program that lets you have a positive impact on these beaches by cleaning them up!
🏝️ Beach cleaning
🏝️ Costa Rica
🏝️ From 18 years old
🏝️ From €890 (2 weeks)
🏝️ English or Spanish
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Costa Rica : Sea turtle protection

Turtle volunteering Costa Rica

Get involved in Costa Rica to protect sea turtles. A fabulous experience in a pioneering country for environmental protection in Central America.
🐢 Sea turtles
🐢 Costa Rica
🐢 From 18 years old
🐢 From €975 for 2 weeks - €280 per additional week.
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Costa Rica: eco-volunteer on a horse farm

horses liberte costa rica

Join a family project whose days are punctuated by horseback riding and life on an organic farm, with the Farm & building Volunteer program
🐴 Organic horse farm
🐴 Costa Rica
🐴 From 18 years old
🐴 284 € one week
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Costa rica, the land of pura vida

Costa Rica, one of the world's most biodiverse countries

Costa Rica is located in Central America, bordered by the Caribbean Sea to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It shares borders with Nicaragua to the north and Panama to the south. Despite its small size, Costa Rica is extremely diverse geographically, with magnificent beaches, rugged mountains, active volcanoes and lush jungle.

Costa Rica is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world, home to an incredible variety of plant and animal species. National parks and protected reserves cover around a quarter of the country, offering a variety of habitats, from dense rainforest to secluded beaches. Here you'll find iconic species such as sloths, toucans, howler monkeys and a multitude of butterflies and colorful frogs.

Costa Rica offers a multitude of activities for nature lovers and adventurers. Popular destinations include

  • Manuel Antonio National Park: Famous for its magnificent beaches and abundant wildlife.
  • Arenal volcano: An active volcano surrounded by natural hot springs, tropical forests and waterfalls.
  • Monteverde Cloud Forest: A biological reserve rich in biodiversity, with suspension bridges and zip lines to explore the canopy.
  • Tortuguero National Park: A paradise for sea turtle watching.
  • The Osa Peninsula: A wild and isolated region, perfect for wildlife observation.
  • Corcovado National Park: A nature reserve protecting a wide variety of flora and fauna.
  • Pacific coast beaches: Costa Rica is famous for its idyllic beaches, ideal for swimming, surfing and relaxing.

Costa Rica is a great travel destination for nature lovers, adventurers and those seeking a warm and welcoming culture. It embodies the idea of pura vida - enjoying life and nature to the full. 

Volunteering in Costa Rica 

Volunteering in Costa Rica is a rewarding way to help preserve the environment and protect biodiversity. Costa Rica is renowned for its rich ecological diversity, national parks, nature reserves and conservation efforts. Many organizations and projects welcome volunteers from all over the world to take part in environmental preservation activities.

Here are some examples of volunteering opportunities in Costa Rica:

  • Sea turtle protection: Costa Rica is home to several sea turtle nesting beaches. Volunteers can help protect nests, monitor turtle populations and raise awareness of turtle conservation.
  • Reforestation: Numerous reforestation projects are underway in Costa Rica to combat deforestation. Volunteers can plant native trees, maintain nurseries and restore natural ecosystems.
  • Wildlife observation: Costa Rica's national parks and nature reserves offer many opportunities for wildlife observation. Volunteers can participate in field studies, collect wildlife data and contribute to research efforts.
  • Biodiversity conservation: There are projects to protect endangered species and restore natural habitats. Volunteers can get involved in programs to protect birds, reptiles, amphibians and other species.
  • Environmental education: Raising awareness in local communities of the importance of environmental conservation is essential. Volunteers can take part in educational activities and work with local schools and organizations.