Tag: Costa Rica

A Cloud Forest in Costa Rica That’s Educational Travel Gold

Look at that cloud forest... Teaching Traveling: Have you ever heard of the Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve in Costa Rica? Though it's near Monteverde, it is lesser-known and less crowded than the famed ecotourism rainforest in that town. Further,...

/ February 27, 2018
Three of Lindsay's students while volunteering in Costa Rica.

Volunteering in Costa Rica by a Fashion Travel Blogger Teacher

Three of Lindsay's students while volunteer teaching ESL in Costa Rica. Teaching Traveling: Is it worth it to spend money to volunteer abroad? Learn from teacher and fashion travel blogger, Lindsay Carreiro about her great experience doing it! Lindsay, tell...

/ February 1, 2013
Chill Expeditions Team, Isabella, Galapagos.

Educational Group Tours to Latin America and Spain: Crawford

Chill Expeditions Team, Isabella, Galapagos. Teaching Traveling: Curious how teachers can become travel entrepreneurs? Check out this story of Crawford Hill! Crawford, tell us about your background. Crawford: I taught high school biology for 35 years outside Philadelphia (where I...

/ December 16, 2012
Tim having breakfast with new friends in Costa Rica.

Tim: A Pastor Doing Volunteer and Adventure Travel Abroad

Tim having breakfast with new friends in Costa Rica. Teaching Traveling: Today we have a different kind of traveling teacher: a pastor who's seen the world! Tim first made contact with me after reading my article about liminal spaces in...

/ April 17, 2012
"I have a mustache!" 4th grade students learning to describe people.

Erin: Living in Costa Rica as a WorldTeach Volunteer Teacher

"I have a mustache!" 4th grade students learning to describe people. Teaching Traveling: Welcome, Erin! We are eager to hear of your experiences teaching and traveling in Costa Rica with WorldTeach. First, tell us a bit about your background. Erin:...

/ December 12, 2011