Help SAVE the Sea Turtles

Thousands of vulnerable & endangered sea turtles nest on the beaches of the Osa Peninsula every year. Many are greeted with foes not friends. Poaching & eating of sea turtle eggs is a popular yet illegal pastime in Costa Rica. Sea turtle nests need approximately 45-50 days incubation in the sand before babies emerge to scramble down the beach into the surf. PLEASE help us SAVE the Sea Turtle. Volunteer at Lookout Inn Lodge Costa Rica today & your room rate is 40% off.
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Meet Manuel - Osa Conservation Activist & Advocate - Blue Osa Yoga, Retreat + Spa

Meet Manuel - Osa Conservation Activist & Advocate - Blue Osa Yoga, Retreat + Spa

Green turtle on Carate beach in front of Lookout Inn Lodge Costa Rica

Green turtle on Carate beach in front of Lookout Inn Lodge Costa Rica

Adopt a sea turtle program. http://www.corcovadofoundation.org/adopt-a-turtle.html

Adopt a sea turtle program. http://www.corcovadofoundation.org/adopt-a-turtle.html

Volunteers working with sea turtles on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Volunteers working with sea turtles on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica

Endangered Sea Turtles nest and hatch on Carate Beach. Many don't make it. Please help save the sea turtle by volunteering for a sea turtle conservation program in Costa Rica - @ Lookout Inn Lodge

Endangered Sea Turtles nest and hatch on Carate Beach. Many don't make it. Please help save the sea turtle by volunteering for a sea turtle conservation program in Costa Rica - @ Lookout Inn Lodge

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