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YOU CAN BE THE CHANGE YOU WISH TO SEE IN THE WORLD WHY?
We say this because
Because our everyday goal and the main reason why we became a business entity is to provide an enjoyable and an eye opening experience for each volunteer that spends time with our program in Costa Rica.
Position ourselves as leaders in volunteer services at national and international level.
Meet all the needs of each volunteer in this beautiful country and create a unique and different experience
DURING YOUR FREE TIME:
Volunteers have several options to visit and see places or do shopping during their free time. You can explore the local markets or travel to the beaches during the weekends.
Our country offers unparalleled natural beauty, active volcanoes, rainforests, and a wide range of national parks and eco-tourism. In addition, Costa Rica has over 1,000 miles of gorgeous white-and-black sand beaches. In addition, volunteers can take Spanish Lessons, Latin Dance lessons: Merengue, Salsa, etc.
Volunteering in Costa Rica
My name is Jenny Delgado and I represent VOLUNTEER NOW COSTA RICA.
I would like to invite you to participate as a volunteer through our beautiful country COSTA RICA.
If you want more information, our WHATSAPP :
+506 8709 7278 / +506 8650 1526
or send us an email here
Do You want to enjoy the tranquility and beauty on the beach?
Live a wonderful experience saving turtles.
The Cerros de Escazú are a mountain range in central Costa Rica, located southwest of San José. It borders the Central Valley to the north, and together with the Cedral massif, they form the Fila de la Candelaria, which is considered the northernmost part of the Cordillera de Talamanca. The highest peak is Cerro Rabo de Mico at 2,428 m (7,966 ft), closely followed by Cerro Cedral, at 2,420 m (7,940 ft). Other more relevant mountains include Cerro Pico Alto with 2,353 m (7,720 feet), Cerro Pico Blanco, 2,271 m (7,451 feet) and Cerro de San Miguel with 2,035 m (6,677 feet) .1 On this last hill is the Cruz de Alajuelita.
RESCUE CENTER COSTA RICA.
It’s amazing how much of a tightknit community we’ve become. With one common goal of caring for injured and displaced wildlife, we have built a family of caring, likeminded people who truly want to make a difference.
We work incredibly hard, but our reward isn’t financial in nature. Instead, it’s seeing the animals we care for survive and thrive. Our Costa Rican Animal Rescue Center Volunteers are instrumental in making that happen.