Aventuras Tierra Verde aims to have the least impact possible to ensure the permanence of our natural, cultural, and social resources. From the moment you book with us and before you arrive at your destination, we will share recommendations about how to have the least impact possible during your trip. For example, by filling your water bottles instead of buying bottled water and following recognized standards for behavior in natural areas, churches and indigenous communities.
Our guests are encouraged to have a rich and authentic experience in Costa Rican culture and we invite you to use local services, so that income stays in our communities.
We support several groups and activities located in the communities we visit. At Ticufres School, in the canton of Mora, Costa Rica, we support their recycling program, provide textbooks and provide training in partnership with the University for Peace on topics like bullying, peace and teamwork. We also support the Ecological Blue Flag program. We make donations to the Herpetological Refuge, a rescue center that reintroduces wildlife to their habitats and promotes environmental education in schools and the community. We also collaborate with Mora’s cultural organization and we are helping to create a museum for the Huetar indigenous community in Mora. In the community of Providence, we are helping to create an organic garden for the local school and community.