Tamandua Ecotourism Project is located within the tropical forest in the Golfo Dulce Forest Reserve, very close to the border with the Corcovado National Park, on the Osa Peninsula, Costa Rica. Several hectares of primary forest are currently protected, accompanied by bungalows, trails, waterfalls and rivers for responsible enjoyment. Additionally, several non-profit scientific research projects are being carried out for the benefit of the area.
The family in charge of the Tamandua Ecotourism Project is made up of Ananias, who grew up within this forest and knows it perfectly; Rebeca who is a tropical biologist and tourist guide and her little children Valeria and Braulio, who have enjoyed their childhood to the fullest in this paradise.
In addition, the team continues to grow, starting with Allan, who is our collaborator in charge of cooking delicious meals for our visitors and serving them in the best way, and Jorge, our new guide and collaborator, who is a forestry engineer passionate about the forest.