Wildlife and Conservation of Costa Rica

Wildlife and Conservation of Costa Rica

  • Baby sloth eating mangrove leaf

Central America's Garden of Eden

Departing: Saturday 4 May 2019
Returning: Wednesday 15 May 2019
Duration: 12 days

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Nestled between the Pacific and the Caribbean, fringed by powder-white beaches, Costa Rica is one of the most biodiverse countries in the world and a leader in environmental sustainability. Accompanied by archaeologist and conservationist Dr Daniela Arroyo Barrantes as well as local expert naturalist guides, explore the waterways of Tortuguero, the mist-covered Cloud Forests of Monteverde and the jungle beaches of Manuel Antonio. Also learn about Costa Rica’s little-known indigenous history, exploring San Jose’s Jade Museum and Pre-Colombian Gold Museum.


  • Explore dramatic habitat diversity, from rainforests to powder-white sand beaches
  • Encounter incredible wildlife including squirrel monkeys, white-faced capuchins and white-nosed coatis
  • Look for birds such as roseates and northern jacanas and stunning butterflies such as the blue morpho



Temple World ATOL logo number 2903
Address: 13 The Avenue, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 2AL
Email address: alumni@templeworld.com
Telephone: +44 (0)20 8940 4114
Fax: +44 (0)20 8332 2456

*Price details

Prices per person sharing, not including international flights. Single supplement on request.

$5,095 - please note that this US Dollar price is based on the exchange rate in June 2018. Contact the relevant operator for the most up-to-date price information.