• Costa Rica
    • Puerto Jimenez
Academic Year, Fall, J-Term, Maymester, Short Term, Spring, Spring Break, Summer, Winter
Subject Areas
Advertising Botany Communications Conservation and Preservation Cultural Studies Earth Sciences Ecology Education English Entrepreneurship Environmental Studies Field Studies Global Studies Graduate Studies Hispanic Studies Hospitality Humanities Indigenous Cultures International Business Language Studies Liberal Arts Marine Biology Marketing Natural Sciences Photography Physical Therapy Pre-Med Public Health Service Learning Social Work Sustainable Development Tourism Web Design Wildlife Sciences +24

Program Details

Program Type
Degree Level
High School Diploma Associates Bachelors Masters PhD.
Apartment Dormitory


Starting Price
Price Details
Per week including housing and meals (not tuition)
What's Included
Accommodation Some Activities Airport Transfers Meals Wifi
What's Not Included
Apr 06, 2022
Oct 25, 2019
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About Program

Basic trips include accommodations in group housing, three daily meals, in-country transportation, classroom area, and additional aspects upon request such as excursions, learning courses, and language immersion.
Our team is happy to assist in customizing any program to specific needs. Programs are open to middle school, high school, and university student groups.

Please contact Hibiscus Travels directly if you have a specific project in mind, we will be happy to assist
Exotic Animal Rescue (Vet or Zoology)
Wildlife Conservation
Sea Turtle, Whale, & Dolphin
Beach & Environmental
Sustainable Agriculture
Tropical Biology
Physical Therapy
Healthcare General
Community Center
Animal Rescue Program
Veterinary Internship with Domestic Animals
Women's Empowerment
At-Risk Children

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Program Highlights

  • Earn transferrable US College Credit
  • Near Corcovado National Park, Housing 5 blocks from beach & jungle

Popular Programs

Our sloth friend just hanging out!

This project involves a wide variety of tasks that promote and develop wildlife conservation. The activities volunteers may participate in include, but are not limited to: environmental education programs such as presentations at community centers, making of signs and rotulation, recycling, monitoring of indigenous species, habitat clean up, feeding and food prep, beach and river clean ups, and planting trees. There are no long term caged animals. Volunteers will not touch the animals.

Our volunteer with local eager-to-learn students

Volunteers may work in any of the following: teaching English or another skill set, activities coordinator at After School Program, or working with Young Children and Babies at Government Run Welfare Day Care.

Group volunteers working as a team on a construction project.

Participants have the opportunity to improve local community through: the local library, the community center, women’s empowerment, beach clean ups, planting trees, stray animal help, indigenous tribe cultural preservation, assist in all-inclusive accessibility beach, bottle cap ramp for wheelchair accessibility on beach, fixing up homes, schools, community areas, or public buildings- your coordinator will place you at the project that is in need of help at the time

Enjoying the biodiverse waters of the Osa Peninsula

We work with numerous universities world-wide to offer for-credit internships, research projects, study abroad credit, and study programs catering to the needs of the student or university. We can propose topics and courses of the student may select their own.

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