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Visit the rainforest

Why not make a memorable trip to the rainforest and visit one of our projects? Several of our projects in Ecuador and Costa Rica have accommodation and facilities for visitors, and for those who prefer organised trips, we have partnerships with travel companies to make life easy for you. Please choose a destination from the left-hand menu or continue reading for a summary of our travel opportunities...

You can also volunteer at our projects. Please visit our Volunteering page to find out more.

Ecuador: An Opportunity to Visit Our Projects

The travel company Aqua-Firma, in partnership with Rainforest Concern, has created a two week trip that gives you the chance to visit our projects in Ecuador and those of some of our partners. More information...

Ecuador: Santa Lucia

Santa Lucía is a community-owned cloud forest reserve, located in the Southern Phase of the Choco-Andean Rainforest Corridor. The reserve protects 730 hectares of predominantly virgin cloud forest, purchased for the community by Rainforest Concern. More information...

Ecuador: Yachana Amazon Lodge on the Rio Napo

Yachana Lodge, located on the Napo River in the Ecuadorian Amazon, is a highly inspiring ecotourism venture established to fund indigenous welfare and sustainable development projects with our partner organisation, FUNEDESIN. More information...

Costa Rica: Pacuare

The Pacuare Lodge is set amid the 2,000 acre Pacuare Rainforest Reserve and was built primarily to serve the leatherback protection programme along 6km of Costa Rica's Caribbean Sea. More information...

Visit Ecuador with Steppes Discovery

For a tailor-made trip to the rainforests of Ecuador, Steppes Discovery can help you organise a visit to the western cloud forests and the Amazon, including our projects at Yachana. Steppes Dicsovery is a conservation travel company offering small group, wildlife trips and conservation holidays worldwide. Tours are guided by world experts & help fund conservation. For more information visit the Steppes Discovery website.


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