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Kids Saving the Rain Forest

Features Animals
Quepos, Costa Rica
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Fabulous experience, don't miss it.

Don't miss the opportunity to spend some time here. Ask for the story of the origins of the... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Bald Head Island, North Carolina
Cool place to see sloths!

This was a very cool place to see sloths up close while being rehabilitated by a kid started local... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
cindy l
Mohnton, Pennsylvania
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Quepos, Costa Rica
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Don't miss the opportunity to spend some time here. Ask for the story of the origins of the sanctuary. It will warm your heart. Jennifer is a wonderful guide. She has strong personal relationships with all of the animals and birds. She will tell their...More

Thank AndreaBHI
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This was a very cool place to see sloths up close while being rehabilitated by a kid started local company to save the rain forest. Very cool nonprofit organization that has grown by leaps and bounds after 2nine-year-olds started it years ago. Really nice tour...More

Thank cindy l
Reviewed 22 December 2017 via mobile

Had a great guided tour of the refuge. What a wonderful program. Learned a lot about sloths and monkeys. Worth the trip.

1  Thank gateman505
Reviewed 19 December 2017

This is a wonderful, short activity to learn more about Manuel Antonio's wildlife along with KSTR's local conservation efforts/projects! I highly recommend KSTR along with a visit to Manuel Antonio National Park to get the best of both worlds - learning in depth knowledge and...More

Reviewed 20 October 2017

My 4 year old and I toured the wildlife sanctuary and Kids Saving the Rain Forest as part of a family vacation in March 2017. My son loves monkeys and had asked that we "help the monkeys save their jungle home" during our travels. I...More

Thank Jess_S_10000000
Reviewed 13 October 2017

Had a lovely visit with Carrie, Chip and Darwin today. We've heard so much positive feedback about this organization that we wanted to check out the sanctuary and learn more about what they do. Carrie provided a lot of information about programs, indigenous species, and...More

Thank LABS1086
Reviewed 17 April 2017 via mobile

We stayed at Hotel San Bada, Manuel Antonio, and they phoned through to the centre and organised a price and transport for us. We met our taxi at the allotted time of 08:05 at reception and he informed us it would be a 30 minute...More

1  Thank Ann-Marie_Skill
Reviewed 10 April 2017

To see what this organization accomplishes is an eye-opener. Our guides were very informative and the manager, Chip, was a gracious host. This team do amazing work with the forgotten animals of the rainforest. Kudos to you all for your humanity.

Thank Frank B
Reviewed 25 March 2017

A great association who rescue various animals. Grâce à eux, les animaux sauvages et domestiques ont une 2e chance de vivre! Easy walking for all ages. Great facilities with wonderful staff. Would love to volunteer for them in the near future.

Thank YoAnne B
Reviewed 27 February 2017

Perhaps more interesting to hear about the history of the place and the work of treating injured and as is the case for the sloths abandoned by their mothers than actually seeing the caged animals because who is not touched by kids helping animals. And...More

Thank steelydad2014
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