Our Locations in Costa Rica... and we're constantly adding new projects!
Puerto Jimenez is one of our main project locations. We offer many projects here including Parrot Rescue, Bird Conservation, Butterfly Farm, Environmental Education, Teaching Children, Veterinary Volunteer, Turtle Projects, National Park Projects, the Solar Power Project, and more.
Playa Preciosa is one of the turtle conservation project sites.
La Leona Ranger Station
La Leona is one of the turtle conservation project sites as well as one of the National Park project sites.
La Sirena Ranger Station
La Sirena Ranger Station is one of the National Park project sites.
San Pedrillo Ranger Station is one of the National Park project sites.
Playa Matapalo by Quepos is one of the turtle conservation project sites.
Alajuela is where the international airport SJO is located, and also where the Wildlife Rescue Center is located.
Refugio Romelia is one of the turtle conservation project sites.
Refugio Camaronal is one of the turtle conservation project sites.
Nombre del Jesus
Bahia de los Piratas / Nombre del Jesus is one of the turtle conservation project sites.
Playa Pacuare is one of the turtle conservation project sites on the Caribbean side.
Playa Parismina is one of the turtle conservation project sites.
Osa Peninsula and Puerto Jimenez
The Osa Peninsula is located in the southwestern part of Costa Rica within the Puntarenas Province. The largest town is Puerto Jimenez closely connected to two little coastal villages Carate and Matapalo.
Projects we offer in Puerto Jimenez are: Solar Power Project – A Hands on Workshop, Reforestation Projects, Teaching Children, Environmental Education, Veterinary Clinic Volunteer, Bird Conservation, and Green Life Volunteers’ Internship.
On the Nicoya Peninsula or also called “Guanacaste” we offer various different project locations for our turtle conservation projects: Refugio Romelia, Bahia de los Piratas (Nombre del Jesus), and Camaronal.
Each beach is in a more secluded less populated area – those areas are preferred by the turtles.
San Isidro del General
One of our project locations is San Isidro del General in the canton of Perez Zeledon in the southern part of the province of San Jose in Costa Rica. It is also the biggest city in Perez Zeledon. The city is located at 130 km from San Jose and 212 km from the boarder to Panama in the South. It’s a diverse and culturally rich city. In San Isidro we offer our Spanish School program – one of the best and most affordable programs in the country! We also offer the Dog and Cat Rescue project here.
Corcovado National Park
Corcovado National Park is one of our project locations and is a beautiful remote location surrounded by pristine jungle and beautiful picture perfect beaches. We offer the National Park project here as well as one Turtle Project in La Leona Ranger Station.
The Pacific Coast of Costa Rica consists of beautiful long beaches with surf break and high mountainous areas with amazing views. Here we offer the Biological Research Center in Ojochal as well as a Turtle Conservation Project in Playa Matapalo by Quepos.
Our turtle season is half of the year on the Carribean Coast, and around a half a year on the Pacific Coast of Costa Rica. From February until July turtles arrive on the beaches around the Northern Carribean area of Costa Rica, near Tortuguero (hence the name from “tortuga” which is Spanish for turtle). Bautiful sandy beaches, palm trees, jungle – river systems.. and of course the sea turtle projects are the main highlights of this area.