Educational Trips to Costa Rica

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Keeping it Costa-ffective

Because who can put a price on education? From the countless beaches and outspoken wildlife, to the unique scenery that graces every page of luxury travel magazines, this is having your cake and eating it. The Latin American destination is popular among Geography student’s with diverse terrain everywhere they turn, meanwhile other students will simply be lifting their jaws from the ground. With meticulous planning and tips from our Travel Experts, we can help you keep it costa-ffective. 

Day 1 - Day 2

You and your group will fly into San Jose and transfer to your accommodation, with some free time to explore the city. Montezuma beach is the next stop for your group, situated on the Northern Pacific Coast. It’s here your group will be immersed in a conservation project that protects endangered or critically endangered sea turtles including: Olive Ridleys, Leatherbacks, Hawksbill and the Pacific Black subspecies.

Day 3 - Day 7

For the five days your group will be volunteering at Sea Turtle Conservation Project. This will include night time beach patrols, reinforcing the barriers of hatcheries, monitoring baby turtle hatchery, and other maintenance. In the evenings your group will cook together and enjoy beach games.

Day 8 - Day 10

Walking shoes on! Over the next few days your group will be exploring the Arenal volcano area, hiking to the impressive view point. Your hike will take you through artisan towns, the therapeutic Baldi Hot Springs and lush greenery. Your group will travel to the Monteverde's Cloud Forest, here your group will spot endangered species, hike through the jungle and experience some of the most impressive views in all of Costa Rica. You group will have free time to explore Santa Elena town and soak up the local vibe.

Day 11 - Day 12

This is your groups last chance to enjoy the natural beauty of the forest, spot the Pacific Ocean and Lake Nicaragua. Your group will be privy to some of the most endangered species on the planet, green canopies and biological diversity in the way of botanical gems & wild animals. In the evenings your group will come together to discuss their learnings from the trip. Your group will say a goodbye to Costa Rica as their driver picks them up and transfers them to the airport.

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Costa Rica is the Hummingbird capital of the world, home to 52 different species! 
La Fortuna
La Fortuna
The tourism hub of Costa Rica: home of Arenal Volcano National Park, La Fortuna Waterfall & Chato Volcano. It’s a no-brainer for your Costa Rican to do list. Boasting hot springs, volcanos and thermal rivers, this is a geographical phenomenon your students won’t want to miss. With views so good you’ll feel you’ve been trapped in a postcard, who can argue?
San Jose
San Jose
What’s a trip to Costa Rica without a stop in the capital? Erupting with business, this is an emerging market your economics students don’t want to miss! Ornate structures and classical theatres will keep your creative students entertained, while street dancing and dig out spots will add a splash of culture to an educational tour. 
Drake bay
Drake bay
No, we’re not talking about the rapper. Drake Bay is a world famous & largely untouched attraction. The bay plays home to everything from the endangered to the typical, a cut from the rest in terms of natural attractions! Known locally as Bahía Drake, the now hotspot dates back to the 16th century standing the test of time as one of the oldest bays in Costa Rica.

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