10 Years of Success and Triumphs at Veragua Rainforest

Veragua Rainforest is a top Costa Rica tourist attraction Veragua Rainforest Eco-Adventure Park is a top nature and adventure tourism attraction, and also an important scientific research center, in Costa Rica’s Caribbean region. Veragua Rainforest is the largest tourism investment in the history of the Costa Rican province of Limon. Veragua is a top shore excursion for cruise line passengers docking in the Port of Limon.  It is a member of the Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association and founding member of the...

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Veragua Foundation and Tropical Science Center partner for conservation in Costa Rica

Article by Shannon Farley The Veragua Foundation for Education and Rainforest Research has joined with the Tropical Science Center (TSC) in an important and strategic alliance for research, tourism and sustainability in Costa Rica. Both nonprofit organizations in Costa Rica focus on protecting the environment, and engage in scientific research, sustainability, environmental education and ecotourism.

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Veragua Rainforest and EcoTeach gift school supplies to local students

by Shannon Farley Project Backpack 2018 was a big success, helping local elementary schools by Veragua Rainforest with supplies for students for the new school year. “Project Backpack 2018” is a success! For the second consecutive year, the Veragua Foundation for Education & Rainforest Research in Costa Rica along with EcoTeach Foundation and EcoTeach Travel in the United States have united forces to ensure that no child misses school because they don’t have enough money to buy school supplies. In early February, much-needed school supplies were gifted...

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Amazing Veragua Rainforest nature photos win prestigious contest in Spain!

Spanish biologist and photographer Javier Lobón Rovira won the esteemed Colmenar Viejo Nature Photography contest in October 2017 with stunning images he took at Veragua Rainforest earlier in the year.

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A rare frog that lives in Veragua Rainforest has inspired a new mode of transport!

  Industrial Product Design students at Veritas University in Costa Rica created a new mode of transport inspired by the endangered Tiger Frog at Veragua Rainforest. “Frogger” is the state-of-the-art transport solution designed for biologists working in the molecular biology laboratory, BIOMOL, in Guanacaste.

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