Welcome! Join us in supporting the Children’s Eternal Rainforest!
This unique travel experience combines the fun of an eco-tour in the Children’s Eternal Rainforest with the chance to taste and make chocolate with renowned chocolatier, Rick Jordan – rated “One of America’s Top 10 Chocolatiers”
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Celebrating Over 25 Years of Conservation Success!
In 1987 Swedish school children started a worldwide effort to purchase and protect rainforest in the Monteverde region of Costa Rica, one of the planet’s most bio diverse habitats. Since then, children and adults from 44 nations have joined that effort. Today, the 55,000 acre Children’s Eternal Rainforest is a testament to the change that can be accomplished by individual direct action. Your support helps to protect the air we breathe, the water we use and the amazing abundance of life on which we depend. Partner with us today!
What We Do
Rainforest conservation supports life. Your support helps us with:
Land Purchase: Wildlife cannot survive without necessary habitat and pathways for migration. We help restore the forest.
Land Protection: Rainforest creatures are under continuous threat from poaching and habitat destruction. This can be prevented.
Education: Community outreach helps people understand that we all depend on the rainforest. Have us visit your group or school today.
Eco Travel: Experience the forest and its breathtaking array of inhabitants first hand for a trip that will change your view of the world. Travel with us.
Did you know the Children’s Eternal Rainforest protects more biodiversity than most places on earth, including:
Costa Rica boasts 5% of the world’s species diversity in an area that’s smaller than West Virginia! We are committed to protecting these creatures and their habitat.
A One in a Million Chance:
The Children’s Eternal Rainforest boasts globally unparalleled biodiversity because a convergence of geological factors create weather and climatic conditions that don’t exist anywhere else on the planet, including:
As a result, there are places in the forest where a traveler can cross into a new life zone for about every 100 meters the elevation changes. Read about some of the life zones in the Children’s Eternal Rainforest or the forest’s ecology.