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2017 Costa Rica Educator Trip

Costa Rica Trip for Teachers

Whether you’re a teacher who wants to preview a trip to Costa Rica or just want an amazing educational experience, this trip will provide countless ideas and practical examples to incorporate into your science, geography, social studies, or other class.  You’ll participate in sea turtle research, visit an indigenous community and spend several days living like a local in a sustainable community.

Read the full 2017 Costa Rica Educator Trip itinerary.

Register for the trip here!

 

 

 

The Highlights:

  • Spend two days on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula and work with biologists on in-water turtle monitoring and mangrove clean up projects.  Accompany project staff in research boats and help measure and tag green and hawksbill turtles in Gulfo Dulce.  Spot whales, dolphins and more!
  • Visit the small community of Providencia located near Cerro de la Muerte and surrounded by lush cloud forest.   Experience the sustainable life as you participate in community activities like visiting the town creamery, sugar cane processing, nature walks, artisan workshops and more.
  • Visit a Boruca indigenous community and participate in a mask making workshop.
  • Spend the night at the family-run, Finca Sura Farm and experience rural Costa Rica firsthand as you tour the farm and get to know the family.

Trip Details

  • Where:
    Costa Rica
  • Available Trip Dates:
    July 22-29, 2017
  • 2017 Program Fee:
    $995/land/participant
  • Program Fee Includes:
    Bilingual naturalist guide, private in-country transportation, meals and accommodations and activities and entrance fees.