All of our environmental educational packages are tailor-made. After understanding the group’s interests, our Educational Program Coordinator & Research Coordinator create a program with suggested activities to be developed with our on-site biologist and naturalist guides.
Normally, groups have already been working on these topics and come to Veragua to apply their studies.
All of our programs include an excellent introduction to the rainforest:
Live exhibits of snakes, frogs and toads, and butterflies. Students will be led through a collection of world-class live exhibits of reptiles, amphibians and butterflies. With the help of our expert naturalist guides and exhibit stations, students will learn relevant and interesting information (e.g., regions found, maximum size, eating habits, etc.) about many of the species they will soon discover in the rainforest.
Veragua Aerial Tram Ride and the Giants and Puma Waterfall Trails: This tour includes an exciting aerial tram ride through the rainforest canopy down to the river valley bottom. Gliding silently by mammoth 300-year-old trees, and uninterrupted rainforest views are some of the highlights of the tram ride. Upon reaching the bottom, students will disembark and enjoy a guided walk on the well-maintained Trail of the Giants along the Victoria River. This trail was named after the gigantic trees that have watched over the river for centuries. Students will learn about the is fascinating plants and animals that reside here. Our expedition into the depths of the rainforest is capped off with a visit to the magnificent two-tiered, 20-meter-high Puma Waterfall.
We offer packages of 5 days and 4 nights, beginning at $625.00 per person; and also, packages of 3 days and 2 nights, starting at $350.00 per person*
*Rates are based on a minimum group of 10 people.
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- All meals and accommodations
- Activities developed in conjunction with teachers and the on-site biologist
- Activities that participate in ongoing research
- Amazing hands-on experiences for students and educators
- Social learning and community integration