Volunteer – Tirimbina Biological Reserve

TIRIMBINA

WHAT WILL BE EXPECTED OF ME?

Working hours of 6-8 hours per day from Monday to Friday

HOW LONG CAN I VOLUNTEER FOR?

Minimum of 15 days, with a maximum of 3 months

WHAT QUALIFICATIONS, IF ANY, DO I REQUIRE?

No qualifications required to volunteer at Tirimbina Biological Reserve

WILL I NEED TO KNOW ANOTHER LANGUAGE?

Spanish is preferable, but not essential

HOW DO I GET TO TIRIMBINA BIOLOGICAL RESERVE?

You will need to take a flight into Juan Santamaria International Airport (San Jose), there you will need to follow the directions detailed in HERE

ARE THERE ANY COSTS INVOLVED TO VOLUNTEER AT TIRIMBINA BIOLOGICAL RESERVE?

Click HERE to find out up to date costs and requirements for volunteering with TIRIMBINA BIOLOGICAL RESERVE.

WHAT TYPE OF ACCOMMODATION, MEALS AND FACILITIES CAN I EXPECT TO BE AVAILABLE TO ME?

Shared bedrooms with bunks and fans, hot water, common area, common kitchen, WiFi access and access to laundry facilities

WHAT WILDLIFE SPECIES ARE THERE?

Birds, Frogs, Monkeys, Bats, Butterflys etc.

WHAT ATTRACTIONS CAN I EXPERIENCE DURING FREE-TIME?

White-water rafting, Zip-lining, Bat tour, Chocolate tour, Pineapple tour, Coffee tour, Horseback riding, Visit neigbouring National Parks; Arenal Volcano and Poas Volcano

IN CONCLUSION

Tirimbina Biological Reserve is a not-for-profit organisation created to conserve a portion of tropical rainforest in Costa Rica.  Through means of environmental education of local communities and scientific research, this enables us to better understand the complex workings of the forest in order to implement  long-term management strategies for the future.  Tirimbina Biological Reserve offers the opportunity to be involved in several research projects; the volunteer or intern will have a direct input into the development of scientific knowledge of the tropical rainforest.

For more information on TIRIMBINA BIOLOGICAL RESERVE, please visit www.tirimbina.org

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