The Day Tour to the Asis wild animal rescue center outside of La Fortuna, is a great way to learn about wildlife protection and see Costa Rican animals up close.
- 2 hrs
- Available Days:
- Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
- 8:30 AM, 1:00 PM
- Hotel Transportation Offered
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
The tour begins with an explanation of the importance of the center’s goal of preserving wildlife populations in the face of illegal hunting and natural habitat destruction. Asis works with non-profit organizations, goverment entities and environmental agencies to save animals, return them to the forest when possible, and educate visitors about multiple species in danger of extinction and other topics related to their welfare.
After the introduction, you will walk the trails around the facilities, learning about the animals and where they come from.
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We loved this tour and supporting an organization that is doing such important conservation/ educational work. Carlos was our tour guide and very informative and humorous!
Our guide, Andres, was very knowledgeable and passionate. We got a private tour and learned a lot about what they did and how they help the animals.
Very good — learned quite a bit.
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