Kids Saving the Rain Forest, Quepos

4.6
#15 of 35 in Wildlife in Quepos
Nature / Wildlife Tour · Wildlife Area
Informative and inspiring, Kids Saving the Rain Forest is a non-profit organization founded in 1999. Committed to fighting the negative impact of climate change one tree at a time, this organization allows travelers to enjoy an enriching experience in Manuel Antonio National Park, one of Costa Rica's top destinations. You'll learn a great deal about the local wildlife, including monkeys and sloths, and find out just what you can do to help save the rainforests. If you're interested in making a big difference fast, consider volunteering or become an intern at the sanctuary. Look for volunteer program details on the website, where you'll also find convenient links to make a donation and/or schedule your tour. Use our Quepos trip builder tool to add Kids Saving the Rain Forest and other attractions to your Quepos vacation plans.
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  • So we were on our second vacation within a year in Costa Rica. First trip we had all these high hopes on seeing the wildlife (sloths, monkeys, etc), but what we experience was seeing very few animals....  more »
  • The guide was so passionate and love his work here which added to a wonderfull experience. Most of the work is done by volunteer children and youth  more »

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