Proyecto Asis is an organization dedicated to wildlife protection, environmental conservation, and fostering positive cultural exchanges through education and service. The tour will provide you important information about the situation of illegal hunting, natural habitat destruction, the animals care and respect that they deserve while rehabilitating them.
The tour with a naturalist tour guide starts with a brief introduction about Proyecto Asis. Then we follow the trails around the reserve, stopping in front of each animal enclosure to learn about them. You are allowed to take pictures. All animals can be seen up-close. (It is closed on Sundays).
Lastly, the volunteer center offers a variety of opportunities for the local communities and foreign participants to work together in order to increase environmental conservation awareness through communication and community service.
Bilingual guide, transportation, drinks, snack and entrance fee.
Raincoat, camera, binoculars, hiking shoes, bug spray and sunblock.
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