Costa Rica Experience
If you're looking for an awesome four week adventure, then our action packed, epic Costa Rica Experience is what you've ...
Costa Rica Sea Turtle Conservation
For the turtle species to continue to exist, much help is needed from both local communities and volunteers. One way ...
Costa Rica Spanish Language School
Put yourself at an immediate advantage in Central America by taking lessons in Spanish, in Costa Rica at whatever level ...
Costa Rica Care For Vulnerable Children
In Costa Rica a number of homes and care centres have been set up to care for the children who ...
Costa Rica Animal Rescue
In Costa Rica, ecotourism is a growing and fundamental part of the country's economy. Many people in Costa Rica illegally ...
Costa Rica House Building Volunteers
Volunteering Costa Rica is a hugely rewarding program, where you will be able to help in building new homes for ...
Gap year Costa Rica
With 800 miles of coastline, Costa Rica is gap-year heaven. This is a beach paradise, and one with plant life in super-abundance and the highest density of wildlife in the world. The country has been careful to make the most of it all, too, and has become a leader in ecotourism, with more protected land areas than anywhere else.
Adventure travel Costa Rica
Costa Rica’s breathtaking natural assets make it a perfect adventure travel destination. Some of the most popular activities are surfing, white water rafting and kite surfing, while Cocos Island is a renowned diving area, with a sizeable population of hammerhead sharks, manta rays and dolphins. Back on dry land, there are more than 100 volcanoes to explore.
Student travel Costa Rica
Considered the safest country in Latin America, Costa Rica is an excellent venue for student travel. Along with its impressive ecotourism credentials and natural attractions, the country scores high on standard of living, and lives up to the national motto of “Pura vida”.
Volunteer work Costa Rica
There are many volunteer work programmes that will help you get more deeply immersed in the culture of Costa Rica. These include conservation work with turtles, rescue projects for the jungle sloth, house building and working with vulnerable children.