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**Winner - GoAbroad Best Volunteering Program 2016** At first glance, Corcovado National Park on Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula is a mere pin prick on the world map, covering...
THE BEST (and sweatiest) EXPERIENCE
Submitted by Gemma Glasscock | July 23, 2017
I can safely say that this has been the best experience of my life so far; from the staff who were the nicest people to spend 3 weeks with, to the animals, to the other volunteers who I know will always stay in touch with. I don't think any of my clothes were ever dry and I was never fully clean, but I would not change these 3 weeks for anything.
3 Weeks of Jungle Life
Submitted by Estelle Rice | July 23, 2017
Life in the Costa Rican Jungle has shown me how I want to spend all of my future free time! Not only have I received satisfaction of helping nature and the community, but have also made some life-long friends. Very very sad to be going.
Submitted by Antonia Underwood | July 22, 2017
Came to Cost Rica to immerse myself in the local culture, flora and fauna and Frontier have helped me to do exactly that. It has been such an exciting and interesting experience as well as informative and educational. I have thoroughly enjoyed all the conservation work, the surveys and the adventure that Frontier has enabled me to have safely in the jungle. I would thoroughly recommend it to anyone who cares about our natural world. You don't forget to have fun too!
Luxury in the jungle?
Submitted by Megan Bruce | July 22, 2017
I didn't realise I would have the delights of flushing toilets and wifi. I was submerged in nature, whilst being able to take a comfy poo, and tell my family I'm safe, as well as share my experiences with them as they happened!
Water-falling in love!
Submitted by Flora Clark | July 22, 2017
This was an amazing experience like no other. Walking along the beach under shooting stars tracking turtle nests is something I don't think I'll ever be able to do again. Or clambering up a creek to sit in a waterfall singing along with your friends spotting lizards as we went. Please don't make me leave!