Conservation work with sea turtles
Spend several nights at a remote sea turtle project patrolling the beach in search of nesting leatherbacks and hatchlings, explore local canals for wildlife, visit a butterfly farm and local school. At the end of the week, relax on a white sand beach before heading back towards the central valley and home.
- Patrol the beaches for nesting Leatherback turtles, tag turtles, conduct population studies and transplant eggs to a protected area.
- During the day, release hatchlings into the sea and explore the local canals for wildlife. You’ll also participate in volunteer activities such as building a hatchery or cleaning the beach of debris.
- Relax on the white sand beach and swim in the warm Caribbean ocean of Cahuita National Park.
- Trip Length:
7 day / 6 night
- Available Trip Dates:
mid-March - mid-July (Sea turtle nesting and hatching season)
- 2018 Program Fee:
$1335 land per participant
- 2019 Program Fee:
$1365 land per participant
- Program Fee Includes:
Bi-lingual Naturalist Guide, accommodations, private in-country transportation, meals, activity & entrance fees.
- Free Travel for Trip Leaders:
With 10 participants, a group leader travels FREE (land and air)