On Costa Rica’s idyllic Pacific coast, travellers taking part in i-to-i’s Surf and Save Turtles two week trip (http://www.i-
Travellers are also given ample opportunity to hone their surfing skills during lessons and supervised sessions on the clear waters of the Pacific. The trip caters for all abilities, from total beginner to near expert, so those who don’t know one end of a surf board from the other needn’t worry! Volunteers have one full day off each week, which they can use for more surfing practice or to explore the stunning Nicoya Peninsula. As travellers on this trip live on one of this country’s incredible beaches, there is also no shortage of time for lounging in the sun.
Further inland, volunteers can help some of the many thousands of Costa Ricans who live in sub-standard housing by getting involved in home building projects on i-to-i’s Build Homes for Underprivileged Families project (http://www.i-
From its lush tropical landscape, to its friendly and welcoming population, Costa Rica has plenty to offer travellers who are keen to experience a unique Latin American country. It’s most famous for its gorgeous beaches, but Costa Rica also boasts volcanoes, cloud forests and lowland rainforests, which are home to a diverse array of exotic creatures, including monkeys and a dazzling range of birds.
These are just two of the fantastic trips that i-to-i offers in Costa Rica. For more details on either, or for information about other Costa Rican adventures, take a look at i-to-i’s website (http://www.i-
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