Pacuare Reserve (Costa Rica)
Founded by John Denham in 1991, the Pacuare Reserve encompasses 2,500 acres of beachfront rainforest, four miles of coastline, and two research stations. The Reserve was gifted to EPI in 2016, providing a unique platform to fully develop and prototype EPI’s vision of integrated resource management, education, research, and community in a stunning setting of unique ecological importance. Pacuare is a protected haven for thousands of species, including the vulnerable leatherback sea turtle, threatened jaguars, and a nesting colony of the rare Agami heron.
The grounds include a North Station that can accommodate groups up to 25 and a South Station that can accommodate up to 45, two dining halls, an education center, miles of rainforest trails, and full-time on-site staff. At the South Station, you'll also find the Casa Grande, a three bedroom, two bathroom stilted home built for Eco-Tour visitors that sits in a quiet area overlooking the beach and nearby lagoon.
Please contact our main Costa Rica office for information on Pacuare Reserve:
P.O. Box 82-3015
Calle La Saca, San Rafael
Heredia, Costa Rica 40501