Overnight adventure with Turtles at Pacuare Nature Reserve
Join us for an unforgettable adventure at Pacuare Reserve: an active research and conservation station on the Caribbean coast. The reserve counts with almost Protected content of tropical forest, an incredible array of biodiversity and wildlife, and 6kms of beach that is considered the most important nesting beach for the endangered leatherback turtle in Costa Rica.
This visit to Pacuare Reserve is not merely a chance to go see the turtles: we all have the option to be investigators for the day and to actively participate in a night turtle census. Under the guidance of a research assistant, we will walk the beach and look for nesting turtles, help in taking the coordinates of the nest, take the biometric data from and tag the turtle, and learn when, why and how some nests get relocated to the hatchery.
Pacuare Reserve is not a tourist destination: the only other people on the reserve will be the researchers, students and some volunteers. Lodging is provided in the Eco Lodge, with 2 people sharing a room with either private bath or a semi shared bath. Dinner/breakfast/lunch are served family style in the oceanfront dining hall.
Rates: $83 pp (based on 2 people sharing a room) Single rate available upon request.
Rate includes: boat transportation from the dock in Matina, lodging, dinner, breakfast, lunch.
Please reserve by March 21, Protected content . A 20% deposit is required to guarantee the reservation, and prepayment of the entire reservation amount is required by April 6th and will not be refundable after that date. Protected content
Our visit to Pacuare Reserve will support the hard work that takes place there and is sure to provide us with a unique and unforgettable experience.
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