This is a group made up of locals who have been trained by MINAET and experts in biology to keep a control by the monitoring of flora and fauna of Rancho Quemado. They offer the opportunity to participate in their tours, monitoring migratory birds, trees in danger of extinction, endemic plants, tracks, and mammals. The tours are suitable for all types of clients and are geared towards research and learning.
Duration: 2 hours
Light refreshments of local products are included.
$45 per person
$15 per person/group (more than 6 people)
$16 per volunteer
Children under 12 are free!
$12 per person for informative discussions
*Tour given in Spanish. A translator can be hired at an additional cost.
For Reservations or more information:
Jessica Roldan (506) 8667-2535
Yolando Rodriguez (506) 8315 2395
It is an organized committee that started in 2015 with the training of the members (8 local people) by MINAET to achieve the adequate performance of research strategies for the conservation of flora and fauna, monitoring of birds, plants, amphibians, and insects of the community, with the purpose of harmonizing between the sustainability, conservation and socioeconomic development of the inhabitants. In recent years there are tours of bird watching, tracking traces and placement of trap cameras, as well as flora monitoring, nocturnal tours of insects and amphibians, all this contributes financially to the livelihood of the committee and its projects such as the nursery of propagation of endemic and threatened species, and the sensory path that is under construction in stages.