Costa Rica Animal Rescue Center

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San Jose: Animal Rescue Center Entry with Guided Tour

1. San Jose: Animal Rescue Center Entry with Guided Tour

This one hour tour is an intimate yet meaningful experience of Costa Rica wildlife preservation. You will be led by one of our knowledgeable English/Spanish speaking guides around the animal rescue center, where you will have a close look at our wonderful sloths - CR national symbol. You will have a chance to see many more special animals such as various monkeys, coatis, raccoons, macaws, parrots and others. You will learn why and how did these animals arrive to the rescue center and how they are treated. In addition you can better understand the special characteristics of each specie and ask questions on the center's work including the on site wildlife hospital. You will be able to take pictures of most animals but it's not allowed to touch them - this is for their well being and accordance with the local laws. The tour begins and ends in the same point at the rescue center's entrance. You will be able to refill your bottles with cold drinking water and have access to toilets. The revenue from the tours is dedicated to the rescue of wildlife, thus providing resources to the center to continue it's meaningful work and impact on Costa Rica's wildlife.

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What people are saying about Costa Rica Animal Rescue Center

It was a great experience, my tour was a day before but I couldn’t make it due to heavy rain and extreme traffic, they were able to reschedule my tour. A lot of information about why they live in the rescue centers, it was a bit complicated to get Uber back but the people from the animal rescue ordered a taxi for me they were extremely helpful. Please don’t forget to make a donation all money goes to food for animals, extremely happy with this experience totally recommend it if you are visiting Costa Rica.