We have created a jungle paradise complete with swimming pool overlooked by a rich tropical forest bursting with wildlife including capuchin and howler monkeys.
Accommodation is same-gender dorms with beds, and separate toilet and shower facilities (hot and cold water!). Breakfast and lunch are provided but the daily routine will be structured to accommodate quality of the surf (generally better in the mornings) and yoga as we try to create opportunities for the beach in between our priorities of Spanish lessons.
There is a laundry service in the local town for getting your clothes washed at a very reasonable price.
Accommodation at the Wildlife Rescue centre is in lovely cabana style cabins in single gender dorm rooms sharing with between 3 - 6 people. WiFi on the site.
There are swimming pools in both locations.
You can either get to the project on your own, or make your arrival smoother by booking an airport transfer or an arrival package.
You can book your project including an airport transfer. Between 01 Jun and 14 Dec there is an airport transfer at 08:00 from San Jose. Between 15 Dec and 31 May there are transfers twice daily at 06:00 and 14:00 from San Jose.
You can book an arrival package including pick-up from the airport, 1 night in San Jose and transfer to Santa Teresa on the following day. The next day the same transfer times to Santa Teresa apply:
Between 01 Jun and 14 Dec there is an airport transfer at 08:00 from San Jose.
Between 15 Dec and 31 May there are transfers twice daily at 06:00 and 14:00 from San Jose.
Local transportation during the program is at your own cost, however transfer to the Wildlife Rescue Center is included. If required you can book and pay for a departure transfer locally.
Breakfast, lunch, and brunch on weekends are included. Safe drinking water, tea, coffee, natural soft drinks will be provided.
All food in our camp is organic, sourced from local farmers and fishermen with garnishes and a few extras from our own garden. Our menu is predominantly vegetarian, though we do also serve locally sourced meat and fish.
There is a kitchen at the camp where you can make your own food.
There are also social nights arranged at camp - pizza night, burger night, Mexican night etc where diiner costs between USD7-10.
Safe drinking water, tea, coffee, natural soft drinks will be provided throughout. Beers and sodas are not included.
Although menus will be local, they’ll be tempered to western tastes and vegetarians are easily accommodated. Salads, simple soups, tortillas, sweet plantains and local food made of tubers (similar to potatoes) are also popular.
You will need to help with cleaning dishes and keep your room and public areas tidy.
3 meals a day Sunday - Friday plus breakfast only on Saturdays at the Wildlife Rescue Centre
Food is international cuisine including chicken, seafood and vegetarian/vegan meals.
They can cater to many special diets including vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian and allergiesbut you must give advance notice for special dietary needs.