Seated on the Pacific Coast of the Nicoya Peninsula, seven miles south of Sámara and within the Tempisque Conservation Area, sits Playa Camaronal. This is where the waters of the Ora River meets the Pacific Ocean, black sand and driftwood lead to a misty, world-class surf break. Each night the Camaronal Wildlife Refuge becomes a nesting place to four species of endangered sea turtles. The raw beauty of this majestic area instills in us a desire to become champions for the welfare of our land.
Carao Project aims to spread awareness of how to live in harmony with nature and encourages responsible tourism. By looking after the community around us we can help to secure a sustainable future.