ABOUT THE STATION
For the past 27 years we have hosted dedicated researchers, students, volunteers, naturalists and other like minded people keen on conservation from over 30 different countries.
We are a unique privately run not-for-profit biological research station located in the tropical coastal rainforests of Costa Rica.
We proudly run our own ongoing monitoring projects. These projects are successful because of some extraordinary people who come from all over the planet to take part.
Visitors pay for food and accommodations, and work long hours, all to gain valuable tropical work experience. We are so proud of the fact that so many of our volunteers have gone on to further themselves in the scientific world.
We host independent researchers, providing them with a base from which to conduct their investigations and have been the part of some amazing publications.
VOLUNTEER & INTERN INFORMATION
The Caño Palma Biological Station is looking for hard working volunteers and interns to help study and protect nesting sea turtles.
We are currently taking applications for Fall and Winter!
NEW DRONE FOOTAGE
Below is some footage we shot from a drone that we flew over our site, enjoy: