Join us in Costa Rica

Costa Rica is a leader in environmental protection and a model to the World in preservation and care of the environment visit Costa Rica  with One Tree Planted. 

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15 Day Itinerary

For those who aren’t intimidated by active volcanoes, fast paced rafting rivers, or ziplines across the river canyons, plant trees with us and enjoy the best of Costa Rica's adventures!

Discover San Jose’s hidden delights with this unique tour of the Costa Rican capital. 

Explore Tortuguero National Park and its canals by boat and then raft the Pacuare River, one of Costa Rica’s most famous and beautiful rivers. Mawamba Lodge in Tortuguero

Tortuguero National Park and its canals offer one of the richest biodiverse areas in Costa Rica. You’ll boat deep into the national park, where you’ll be surrounded by wildlife on all sides!

Go rafting in the beautiful Pacuare River! IV and V class rafting through numerous waterfalls and soaking pools.

Go horseback riding to one of our reforestation projects in Bajos del Tigre, plant trees, visit a butterfly farm and take a hike to an amazing waterfall. 

This is an experience as no other! You will face the exotic beauty of the rainforest head on, feeling the adrenaline of dramatic views, rappelling down towering trees and sliding along cables from tree to tree as you descend the jungle cloaked mountain toward the Pacuare River.  

Visit E.A.R.T.H. University an agricultural college with a focus on investigating sustainable agriculture in tropical environments.

Experience Canyoning this adventure includes 4 rappels (3 waterfalls and 1 rock wall), Monkey Drop (zip line and rappel) and a rock climb in a beautiful rain forest slot canyon.

Monteverde is famous for a reason its cloud forests are brimming with plants and animals, its zip lines and suspension bridges are the longest (and most exciting) in the country.

Spend a day exploring one of Costa Rica's premier birdwatching and croc-spotting destinations with a hiking tour in Carara National Park. Spot abundant native species like scarlet macaws, parrots, capuchin monkeys, and the jaw-snapping crocodiles that line the river’s edge.

Marino Ballena the park contains the largest coral reef on the Pacific side of Central America. The park's waters are also great for viewing the humpback whale as it migrates from as far away as Alaska and Hawaii down to Cano Island, just off of the Osa Peninsula.

Manuel Antonio boasts world-class views and beaches. Just imagine sparkling white sandy beaches, shimmering blue water and the fresh ocean breeze. You'll feel stress magically leave your body as you soak up the sun in Manuel Antonio.