Veragua and Ecoteach Join in Project Backpack Helping Costa Rican Students

Students from the USA and Costa Rica shared friendship and goodwill across borders with the gift of school supplies through Project Backpack 2017 by Veragua Rainforest and Ecoteach. On Valentine’s Day 2017 in rural Caribbean Costa Rica, 52 excited and happy schoolchildren have gathered to receive a huge Valentine’s Day gift from fellow students in the United States.

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Costa Rica Adventure Park Veragua Rainforest Wins Awards

Rated No. 1 of Things to Do in the Port of Limon and a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence winner, the Costa Rica adventure park of Veragua Rainforest has a long list of awards. Open for less than 10 years, Veragua Rainforest Eco-Adventure Park in Costa Rica consistently wins awards for its nature and adventure attractions, ecological design and sustainable tourism practices. The popular Costa Rica adventure park – rated No. 1 of Things to Do in the Port of Limon...

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10 ways to help the Environment for New Year’s Resolutions!

Help with recycling. You can start recycling plastic, aluminum, paper and glass at your home, school and/or work. Reduce your energy consumption. Start reusing items. Plant trees. Use environmentally sound chemicals. Clean up a park. Join other volunteer groups. Walk more, drive less. Save water. Teach your children well. We can work together to improve the environment and take care of our home now and every year to come.  

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Veragua Rainforest is a Hotspot for Bird-Watching in Costa Rica

The Caribbean Costa Rica is a hotspot for birdwatchers, and nowhere is more so than Veragua Rainforest, where you can easily see at least 80 bird species in one day. With 918 bird species recorded in Costa Rica, the small Central American nation is among the top five favorite countries for bird-watching. Given Costa Rica’s size – just smaller than the U.S. state of West Virginia – it sports the greatest density of bird species of any continental American country....

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Veragua Rainforest positively impacts local Costa Rica communities

For nine years, Veragua Rainforest Eco-Adventure Park in Costa Rica has worked hand-in-hand with local communities to improve residents’ lives. Daniel Torres, Site Manager at Veragua Rainforest Eco-Adventure, remembers vividly the first time he held an employment recruiting day at the rainforest adventure park in Costa Rica. It was in 2007 before the park opened to the public. “So many people came because unemployment was really high … even children 12 years old were asking for jobs,” Torres said. “At...

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