The camera traps helped us discover more than twenty species of mammals in the sanctuary

Reforesting in the passage of the limpets biological corridor

Working in the sanctuary’s cocoa fields

If you are looking for an in depth experience, or if you are passionate about the jungle, and you are interested in learning about the nature of this tropical ecosystem and the sustainable practices that have achieved its recovery, we invite you to become part of our team.

During this last decade we have received volunteers from all over the world, who have participated in different research and varied development projects. The progress of the sanctuary would not be the same without the contribution of dozens of volunteers, who have contributed significantly in the constructive process of restoring the reserve.

We are looking for people with different profiles, who are solely committed to the conservation of biodiversity. If you are qualified in any of the following branches, do not hesitate to apply to our volunteer programs:


  • Botany
  • Zoology
  • Ornithology


  • Naturalist guide (advanced English required)
  • Birdwatching (advanced English required)


  • Agronomy
  • Agroforestry specialist
  • Beekeeping and melinocopulture
  • Manufacture of chocolates


  • Conservation of biodiversity
  • Sustainable livestock
  • Environmental education


  • Yoga teacher (advanced English required)


  • Photography and video management
  • Graphic design
  • Website and social media development

Note.- The cost of volunteering will depend on several factors such as the length of stay of the volunteer, the conditions of the applicant’s degree of specialty, the need for the foundation’s requirement, the study proposal and / or work by the (a) applicant, the availability of accommodation, scholarships, and others to be considered by CBR.

Universities, conservation organizations, undergraduate and graduate students, community organizations and / or individuals can apply.