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The Jungla del Jaguar Volunteering Program is the only volunteering in Costa Rica which offers the chance to live next to the number one national park in Costa Rica, Corcovado. With this life-changing experience you will have the opportunity to live local, explore primitive beach-front property, while learning about conservation and sustainable living in the jungle while helping us provide a wonderful experience for guests. Click on the application links below for more information about our volunteering opportunities.

Volunteer opportunities outside of daily tasks include:

-Learn Spanish with our staff

-Teach English to our staff and other volunteers

-Learn about the primitive local community

-Find solace in wildlife

-Pristine Hiking through groomed jungle trails

-Free access to kayaks and snorkeling (look out for marine life, including our sea turtle friends!)

About Our Program:

Our volunteer house is dorm style accommodation,

Our volunteer program has a minimum commitment of 2 months and you must be 21 or over to apply. We use volunteers in food service and bar tending, so experience in customer service is generally what we are looking for.

Volunteers have 6 hour shifts per day and receive free food and accommodation. 

We do not accept photography or blogging as volunteer tasks.

  • Construction

  • Hospitality 

  • Landscaping 

  • Waitress

  • Marketing 

  • Front desk service

  • Gardening

Volunteer Activities

About Our Property:

Our bio-diverse property of over 130 acres where the only transportation is by boat or by foot is set on the edge of the Osa Peninsula, featured by National Geopgraphic.

Explore our primary rain forest, cashew fruit trees, plantains, species of reptiles, trees, tapirs, whales , species of monkeys, and birds, 

Swim with manta rays, sea turtles, and giant edible fish.

Our volunteer program is also listed on WWOOF Costa Rica and HelpX

Positions opening on December 1st, 2020
Apply Now!

Immerse yourself in volunteer work that broadens opportunities to learn about endangered species and conservation in Costa Rica. 


Experience rare wildlife in the only primary low land tropical rain forest in Central America.

By helping us to provide a wonderful experience for guests you'll get a gain hands on experience in ecotourism.

1 km North of the San Pedrillo Park Station

Corcovado, Drake Bay, Costa Rica|

Whatsapp +506 8959 4067

Phone +1 424 781 3491

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