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Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Volunteer for Conservation in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is one of the most environmentally diverse and progressive nations. On the Costa Rica MILE, students will learn about the various threats to Costa Rican wildlife and rainforests and volunteer for conservation at a Sea Turtle Project and Wildlife Rescue Center. Students will also stay with an accredited host family for an enriched experience of Costa Rican hospitality and culture. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about Costa Rica’s diverse ecosystem, culture and commitment to restoring the balance between humans and nature.


Feb. 24
Depart Toronto

Feb. 25-27
Sea Turtle Project in Dulce Gulf

Feb. 28
York Costa Rica Eco Campus in Las Nubes

Mar. 1
Proyecto Asis Wild Animal Rescue Center

Mar. 2
Hot springs, zipline canopy tour, and volcano hike in La Fortuna Arenal Volcano

Mar. 3
Proyecto Asis Wildlife Rescue Center

Mar. 4
Return Toronto


Estimated total price

$3,200 CAD


  • Round-trip air fare from Toronto 
  • 8 night accommodation with host family
  • Entrance fees, tour guide fees, transfers, travel insurance and meals

Does not include:

  • Tuition and/or extra course fees paid to Seneca

  Apply now

    • Dates
      February 24 – March 4, 2017
    • Credit Information
      Winter 2017 Gen Ed or LSO Credit
      (MLE400 COS)
    • Contact
       Kimberly Costello