Costa Rica Jaguar Volunteer Expedition


Help Study These Elusive Cats In The Rainforest

Explore the tropical paradise that is the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica while helping research the endangered jaguar in Tortuguero National Park. Learn from experts while helping track jaguars with remote cameras and gaining a greater understanding of the ecosystem as whole.

You will learn about turtles, birds, and the numerous other critters crawling around the jungle while gaining access to remote beaches and areas of the park. By the end of the trip, you are sure to have enhanced your skills as a conservationist and to have made a positive impact with the conservation efforts in the region.


Trip Details:

Operator: Global Vision International

Price From: $2,100 USD per person

Dates: Available year round

Duration: 2 weeks

Wildlife: Jaguar

Conservation Impact: Data collected on this project helps support management plans and regional research efforts.


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All of the trips we promote:

  • Directly support wildlife conservation
  • Educate travelers about wildlife
  • Support local communities
  • Reduce environmental impact

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SEEtheWILD does not take responsibility for the quality or the safety of this tour, the facilities, or staff.

Photo credits: GVI