Caminos de Osa

Conservation
Environmental Education
Community Funds & Associations
Education
Rural Economic Development
Osa Peninsula

Protect Costa Rica’s most valuable ecosystems by supporting a sustainable tourism platform that empowers local green economies. Together we fortify the culture and prosperity of the communities that preserve 2.5% of the planet’s biodiversity.

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Caminante
One-year membership for an individual – Benefits: Caminos de Osa sticker and t-shirt & newsflash
50.00
Guardián
Lifetime membership for an individual – Benefits: Caminos de Osa sticker and t-shirt, newsflash, water bottle & 5% discount on future trips.
200.00
Embajador
One-year membership with basic benefits and discounts - Benefits: 3 Caminos de Osa stickers and t-shirts, newsflash, name or logo on Caminos de Osa website & 5% discount on 2 trips.
500.00
Protector
One-year membership with moderate benefits and discounts. - Benefits: 10 Caminos de Osa stickers and t-shirts, newsflash, name or logo on website & 10% discount on 2 trips.
1000.00
Pasaporte
One-year sponsor(s) for the Caminos de Osa Passport and other benefits, such as tickets to the annual event. Benefits: 10 Caminos de Osa stickers and t-shirts, newsflash, name or logo on website,10% discount on 4 trips, name or logo on Caminos de Osa Passport &2 tickets to Annual Caminos de Osa event.
2500.00
Oro/ Selva/ Agua/ Elemental
One-year sponsor(s) for the Camino del Oro/Camino de la Selva/Camino del Agua/Camino del Elemental and other benefits, such as special edition photographs of the trails. Benefits: 10 Caminos de Osa stickers and t-shirts, newsflash, name or logo on website, 10% discount on 6 trips,10 water bottles, name or logo in promotional video, 5 tickets to annual Caminos de Osa event, special edition photograph of respective Camino, sponsor for respective Camino.
5000.00
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Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula, home to 2.5% of the world’s biodiversity, has inspired national and international conservation efforts for decades – yet wildlife in the Osa Peninsula remains under threat because of the devastating poverty that drives area residents into illegal and environmentally damaging activities such as hunting and mining. At the same time, the two existing entrances to the region’s Corcovado National Park have reached capacity, placing stress on flora and fauna along those routes.

The Costa Rica U.S.A. Foundation (CRUSA) developed the Osa Trails project in 2013 to address these urgent needs by empowering communities to create a sustainable tourism platform that directly benefits local families, based on three new trails through the Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve. CRUSA later joined with project partners, the Stanford Woods Institute for the Environment and Responsible Business for All (RBA), as well as a broader alliance of private businesses, public institutions and civil society organizations that is unprecedented in Costa Rican conservation.

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Amigos of Costa Rica is supported by
the CRUSA Foundation

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