Entries in #camp (19)

Tuesday
Jan242017

Camp Friendlies

On our Costa Rica camp we have a whole host of wild and wonderful animals sharing our space. As the camp is situated just outside the Corcovado jungle, animals and insects are in abundance. Some we see rarely and others we are lucky enough to see regularly. Here are 5 cool creatures we consider our camp friends!

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Monday
Jan092017

First Impressions

Frontier's Costa Rican jungle camp is incredibly picturesque and situated just outside the Corcovado national park. The camp is a real oasis in a chaotic and crazy jungle. However, it's perfect location for surveying wildlife and really getting a rare picture of how this jungle works. 

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Friday
Dec232016

Christmas Week At Camp Osita

Everyone on camp will be away from their families on Christmas – which means we had to work hard to create the ultimate Christmas feeling in the jungle!

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Monday
Nov212016

Camp Osita’s  Menu

 

Our new camp has a brand new food menu! Have a look at the sort of meals we eat out in the jungle. It may be vegetarian but its all very delicious

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Tuesday
Nov012016

Camp Update! 

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..

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Monday
Oct172016

The Corcovado National Park Tour 

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!

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Tuesday
Aug302016

The Last Week On Camp 

"Nothing feels greater than diving between waves and munching on fresh papaya and bananas under the hot sun. We felt incredibly lucky that on our journey in the sea, we saw a beautiful whale with her baby, sliding in and out of the blue waters..."

Media & Journalism Intern Cecilia reflects on the last week on the Costa Rican camp

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Monday
Jul252016

Welcome To Camp, Now Learn Your Birds

We conduct daily surveys in Carate for wildlife research on a portion of the species found on the Osa Peninsula. Along with surveying the primates, amphibians and reptiles, poison dart frogs, sea turtles, and mammal tracks, we also survey birds. So how do we remember so many calls?

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Monday
Jul112016

What We Have Been Up To In The Last 2 Weeks 

I can't believe I have already been in Costa Rica for two weeks, time flies here. I'm currently sitting in the camp's kitchen, which is a lodge made of wood that consists of a small kitchen and a big space with two big tables on which we eat. This is also the place where we usually hang out, especially after the surveys since it's very open and available for everyone.

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Monday
Jul042016

Will My Laundry Ever Dry?

Costa Rica is currently in its sixth year of a seven-year drought. However, it is now the beginning of the rainy season, and the environment is growing evermore green as the days pass. This is a welcome change for the environment, and will be important in the months and weeks to come.

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