Green Iguana Project & Kekoldi Indian ReserveID: 20158
Early in the afternoon you will drive to beautiful Kekoldi Indian Reserve to visit the interesting Green Iguana Project. A few years ago the striking Green Iguana was an endangered species and the local Indian people decided to reproduce them in captivity. This tour is a wonderful learning experience. You will see the process of iguana reproduction and raising. In Costa Rica the Pro Iguana Verde Foundation, continues to implement a conservation program for green iguanas which began over fifteen years ago in Panama. The project of raising the iguanas and releasing them back into the wild, has also laid the practical foundations for iguana farming for local farmers. Our tour teaches great values concerning species preservation, ecological awareness as well as appreciation for nature. You will get an in-depth look at an iguana's life and the terrific effort it takes to save an endangered, but cherished species.
|Dec 16, 2008 To Dec 15, 2014||Puerto Viejo||65.00||65.00||Add to cart|
Notes: Tour Includes: Guide and entrance fee. There is an additional $15 per person fee for pick ups at most hotels in Puerto Viejo.
What to Bring: Light weight clothing, comfortable walking shoes, camera and insect repellent..
Child Rate Notes: Recommended for children 5 years and older.
Town: Puerto Viejo
Duration: 3 hours
Min. Passengers: 2
Starting at: 8 AM
Transportation: Not Included