Did you know that there are some rural areas in Costa Rica, where you will not be able to find any teachers? Instead, classes are taught via radio in some of these remote places. Even though Costa Rica's education system is considered to be the best of Latin America, there are still a variety of people who do not have access to quality education due to poverty. This is especially the case for people who live in the more rural parts of Costa Rica. Here, volunteers are of great importance in order to teach children and help to provide a safe and productive learning environment by joining a teaching project. Given the country's rich biodiversity, which is definitely worth protecting, becoming a marine or wildlife conservation volunteer in Costa Rica might be right up your alley. In these projects, you will not only accomplish amazing work, but you will also gain a lot of knowledge and a better understanding of conservation in general.
We rescue, rehabilitate and when possible release injured and displaced wildlife. The generosity of time and effort from our volunteers help us achieve our mission.