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Kids Saving the Rain Forest

#15 of 53 things to do in Quepos Features Animals
Quepos, Costa Rica
011-506-2-777-2592
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Very worthwhile, lovely people

We stayed at Hotel San Bada, Manuel Antonio, and they phoned through to the centre and organised a... read more

Reviewed April 17, 2017
Ann-Marie_Skill
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Worth the trip

To see what this organization accomplishes is an eye-opener. Our guides were very informative and... read more

Reviewed April 10, 2017
Frank B
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Reviewed April 17, 2017 via mobile

We stayed at Hotel San Bada, Manuel Antonio, and they phoned through to the centre and organised a price and transport for us. We met our taxi at the allotted time of 08:05 at reception and he informed us it would be a 30 minute...More

1  Thank Ann-Marie_Skill
Reviewed April 10, 2017

To see what this organization accomplishes is an eye-opener. Our guides were very informative and the manager, Chip, was a gracious host. This team do amazing work with the forgotten animals of the rainforest. Kudos to you all for your humanity.

Thank Frank B
Reviewed March 25, 2017

A great association who rescue various animals. Grâce à eux, les animaux sauvages et domestiques ont une 2e chance de vivre! Easy walking for all ages. Great facilities with wonderful staff. Would love to volunteer for them in the near future.

Thank YoAnne B
Reviewed February 27, 2017

Perhaps more interesting to hear about the history of the place and the work of treating injured and as is the case for the sloths abandoned by their mothers than actually seeing the caged animals because who is not touched by kids helping animals. And...More

Thank steelydad2014
Reviewed November 10, 2016

I really don't want to write this review because the people behind the organizations were incredibly kind to us. The tour guide was very kind and knowledgeable about the animals. The tour is not actually 3 hours, its only 1 hour, and then there is...More

2  Thank KinaLinaBina
Reviewed October 30, 2016

After living in the area for a few years, I finally went with relatives visiting us. The tour guide "Cle" was very good and explained quite a bit about each of the animals and how they rehab ones they can for release back to the...More

Thank Terry W
Reviewed September 21, 2016

This place is doing wonderful work. Be sure to take the tour and meet the amazing Chip for some post tour discussion, quizzes and laughs. We had a blast!

Thank RLC39
Reviewed September 12, 2016

One of the best places I've ever been while living in Costa Rica! The owner is so passionate and the people really love animals and helping them out. The whole thing is incredible and I was never forget my experience. Beautiful place!

Thank sdemas
Reviewed August 24, 2016

Kids Saving the Rain Forest is a great facility and they are doing awesome work. However, we found it disappointing. On the positive side, the animals they have for you to see are interesting and the guide was very knowledgeable. They had 6 sloths in...More

2  Thank NMfore
Reviewed August 3, 2016

There are other rescue centers in CR which do similar type of work to KSTR and their tours are significantly cheaper. For example, Proyecto Asis near La Fortuna charges $31 for 90 mins tour which is half of what KSTR charges. Also, keep in mind...More

1  Thank HoustonToughguy
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