Volunteer & Experience Costa Rica Like Never Before
The Osa Peninsula – called the most biologically intense place on Earth by National Geographic – lives up to its status as Costa Rica’s natural treasure. Immerse yourself and volunteer in this wild place. Take in the breathtaking sights and sounds of tropical paradise – all while helping protect this unique corner of the globe!
Additional Volunteer Details
Work schedule: Osa Conservation volunteers work 8 hours a day, 6 days a week. During peak season you may work longer.
Commitment: We ask that you commit to a 2-week minimum stay to account for the 2-day training period. The longer you stay, the more you’ll learn!
Cost: Please refer to the “Rates“ page for current information on our costs and expenses.
Travel: You will be responsible for your own travel arrangements to and from Osa Conservation sites, but if you need us to book a taxi from the airport to our station, please let us know.
Be a true conservation hero by volunteering with us. As an Osa volunteer, you will have the unique opportunity to engage with four of our programs. Learn more about the programs here:
Learn more about what it’s like to volunteer with us: