Due to popular demand in May, we offer this package again for the
November - December pre-high season.
Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica, 2010 – Experience a Costa Rican eco-vacation unlike any other at Lapa Rios Ecolodge where guests can play a hands-on role in the conservation of wildcats. The Wildcat Research and Conversation Experience 2010 allows guests a once-in-a-lifetime experience to work directly with local wildcat researchers in their efforts to conserve jaguars, pumas and other wildcats.
During a four night stay at Lapa Rios private nature reserve spread over 1,000 acres of Central America's last remaining lowland tropical rainforest, guests will be able to enjoy all of the regular tours and activities at the lodge, and will also be involved in a variety of special activities revolving around wildcat conservation. Activities include setting up and checking heat sensor triggered cameras to monitor the movements of jaguars, pumas and other wildlife, tracking and collecting footprints, learning how to conduct an analysis of the wildcats’ diets in the rainforest and presenting research findings to local schools and community groups.
Rates for the Wildcat Research and Conservation Experience 2010 package are $499 US per person per night (single occupancy) and $355 per person per night (double occupancy) and include three extraordinary meals a day. Guests will be rewarded with a free night of accommodation and meals for one day at Lapa Rios, with a minimum four-night stay from November 28th through December 14th, 2010.
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