Rainmaker Conservation Project among the last remaining Primary Forest Habitats on the Central Pacific Coast of Costa Rica

Harlequin Toad Costa Rica

A visit to Rainmaker is an extraordinary experience. Rainmaker mountain is one of the last remnants of primary rain forest in the Central Pacific of Costa Rica. Rainmaker is also one of the last remaining the homes of the Harlequin Toad, which was once thought to be extinct.
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The Rainmaker reserve features six suspension bridges totaling 250 meters, spanning from platforms attached to massive hardwood trees to create the most impressive Canopy Walk in Costa Rica. The astonishing views of the coastline, mountain streams, waterfalls and the magnificence of it’s rainforest, makes Rainmaker an essential destination for nature lovers.

It is home to 60% of all the flora and fauna species found in Costa Rica. Dedicated to the conservation and protection of the Fila Chonta mountain range on Costa Rica’s pacific side.

Rainmaker Costa RicaRainmaker Conservation Project is a privately owned rainforest reserve located in San Rafael Norte. Rainmaker actively supports the teachers and school by providing school supplies, and facilitating its resources to the local students as a site for outdoor education classes.

The astonishing views of the coastline, mountain streams, waterfalls and the magnificence of it’s rainforest, makes Rainmaker an essential destination for nature lovers.

Rainmaker Conservation Project is a proud partner in Eco Interactive in Carbon Neutral Travel program.Costa Rica Vacation In partnership with Rainmaker Conservation Project and Kids Saving the Rainforest we provide families a unique opportunity to engage in a personal reforestation project on the Rainmaker Preserve.

To arrange your tour of the Rainmaker Conservation Project, Contact Eco Interactive Tours

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