Our conservation volunteer Mark Page has almost survived 6 weeks in the jungle and is very excited to tell you all about the experience!
There is a stunning variety of birds here on the Osa Peninsula, from the charismatic Scarlet macaws and Chestnut-mandibled toucans, to the colourful manakins and mysterious owls; like the Spectacled owl which makes an ominous call that sounds like a large sheet of tin being shaken (we often hear this owl on camp late at night)
We have a brand new camp location right next to Carate beach and the National Park. Find out how the developments have been coming on..
If you’re considering or already planning on going to Costa Rica you might wonder… what does a day as a volunteer look like? Keep reading and you will find out soon enough!
Do you want to know if you're ready to join our camp in Costa Rica? Take our quiz and find out!
Every morning in Costa Rica our team go for a walk along Carate beach. Whilst walking along a paradise beach is a wonderful start to the day they are also on the look out for rubbish that the ocean has washed up..
The camp in Costa Rica is located very close to the Corcovado National Park. (Voted the worlds No.1 National Park!) During your time in Costa Rica there is a must to do a tour through the park. Our volunteers Ruth and Kim did the one-day tour last week and they are about to tell you all about it!
Our new Field Communications Officer has been settling into camp life and reflects on what she was initially worried about before arriving there
Media & Journalism Intern Cecilia decided to interview the people who run some of our favourite local hang outs in the jungle. First stop - Laguna Vista!