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Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Dates: Early July to Mid August
Cost: £3150
Places: 15

Expedition Leader: Freddie Cooney (Fredric.a.cooney@durham.ac.uk)
Application Deadline: Friday 11th November 5pm

This expedition involves a mixture of volunteering and travel. We will be working with the charity Globateer for four weeks on their Sea Turtle Conservation Project. The project aims to protect endangered species of turtle and our work will include night patrols, relocating nests, maintaining the hatchery and releasing hatchlings. We will be based on the stunning Pacific Coast staying a only a few minutes from tropical beaches.

We will also have the opportunity to spend a week travelling in Costa Rica, a country rich in biodiversity and explore rainforest, volcanoes and tropical islands!

about the leader: 

Hi everyone! I'm Freddie and I am a 2nd year student studying Spanish and Arabic at Chad's. I am absolutely thrilled to be leading a team of you to Costa Rica this summer! It promises to be an awesome trip to one of the most beautiful and biodiverse countries in the world, where we will be volunteering with Sea Turtles(!) and exploring the best that the country has to offer! Although this will be my first DUCK Expedition, I have lots of travel experience and I like to consider myself good company! When I'm not doing my degree, I really enjoy cooking, rowing, tennis, singing, cycling and eating! I look forward to meeting lots of you in the near future! ¡Hasta Luego!

The expedition involves a mixture of volunteering and travel. We will be working with the charity Globalteer for four weeks on their Sea Turtle Conservation Project.  This project aims to protect endangered species of turtle and our work will include night patrols, relocating nests, maintaining the hatchery and releasing hatchlings.  We will be based on the stunning Pacific Coast staying a few minutes from tropical beaches. We will also have the opportunity to spend a week travelling in Costa Rica, a country rich in biodiversity and explore rainforest, volcanoes and tropical islands!