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Shaun and I hiked in, the howler monkeys were active in the trees. They are very loud and its is very exciting. They were trying to get the power back on when we were there, it may be available by now. But I have to...More
When we arrived we were a day later than they expected us and we just missed out on letting baby turtles back into the sea. We had a lot of fun with David looking for turtles at 4am and then getting to bury turtle eggs...More
I recently visited Tigre Salvaje, learned about the project, and walked the beach at night with David to help save some endangered sea turtles. The location is a bit remote and it's a very quiet area, so don't expect anything by way of shops and...More
This place is dope, there are all sorts of animals that living in the U.S. you don't see unless they are caged up and sad looking. Every once in awhile Dave cracks open a coconut and puts the pieces on a platform then 30 monkeys...More
I am a solo female traveller in her late 20's and I spent 2 weeks volunteering with David Teichmann at Tigre Salvaje last summer and this project has made such an impact on me, and others who have been to stay.
A true maverick, David...More