Opportunities for volunteers to work with animals and help improve the rescue centre, whilst also having the opportunity to learn Spanish, and take yoga lessons. Located in the stunning Nicoya province on the Pacific coast of Costa Rica, in a paradisical location surrounded by a large tropical garden overlooking the sea. Conservation and Widlife Biology Internship positions also available for students.
Working at the Wildlife Rescue Center was one of the most beautiful and interesting experiences I’ve ever had. The organisation was very good and the Director explained everything very well and was there when you needed help. The location is gorgeous. It feels like working in paradise!
Spanish & Yoga
You can add on a week of Spanish or Yoga at any time during your stay! Our Spanish immersion programme will allow you the opportunity to practice with locals whilst learning in a supportive environment. Yoga classes are held in a studio surrounded by nature within earshot of the jungle sounds of singing birds and howling monkeys.
Help towards rescuing injured and abandoned animals with the aim of returning them to the wild as soon as they are fit and able. Live in a paradise jungle setting in Costa Rica and get hands on experience with wildlife care and rehabilitation. Learn Spanish or take Yoga lessons in your free time. Discover the natural wonders of Costa Rica in this stunning part of the world.
This centre is nestled in the foothills of the Cabo Blanco National Park in Costa Rica – the hidden gem of the Nicoya Peninsula. Whether gazing upon jungle views from our gorgeous yoga deck, enjoying the ocean views from the infinity pool, or looking up at White-faced and Howler monkeys that grace our property on a daily basis, the centre is here to re-energise and re-awaken the inner you.
Volunteers can spend time at the beautiful Montezuma Waterfalls, or visiting tidal pools or beaches throughout the Nicoya Province. A lot of people come to this part of Costa Rica for surfing and for its beauty and also to visit the Cabo Blanco Nature Reserve.