Sea Turtle Camp Offers Teen Marine Science Summer Camp for Girls in Costa Rica

Sea Turtle Camp is headed back to Costa Rica with their teen marine science program. Experienced marine biology instructors will introduce the female campers to the natural habitat of six of the world's seven species of sea turtles. Participants will also take part in rafting, hiking, and a rainforest canopy zip line tour. Learn more at http://www.seaturtlecamp.com/costarica.asp.

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Costa Rica Sea Turtle Adventure - Girls Only

Costa Rica Sea Turtle Adventure - Girls Only

"Thank you for all the updates from camp along the way. Serena had a wonderful experience and was so excited for this opportunity!! We are so glad that we found your camp! Thanks again." -- Parent from Summersville, WV

Wrightsville Beach, N.C. (PRWEB) April 25, 2013

Sea Turtle Camp, a leading marine biology program for teens, is directing a summer camp program in Costa Rica with a two week session from July 22 through August 4, 2013 for girls ages 13-17. The waters of Costa Rica are home to six of the world's seven species of sea turtles, providing an ideal environment for this unique marine biology camp program with its special focus on sea turtles.

Watch our Sea Turtle Camp Costa Rica Video on Vimeo.

The Costa Rica girls-only session of Sea Turtle Camp provides a balance of activities geared to the unique landscape and opportunities that abound in this area. The adventure begins with a two-day white water rafting expedition on the world famous Pacuare River before heading to the Caribbean coast for sea turtle education, patrolling, monitoring, protection, and data collection along one of the largest green sea turtle nesting beaches in the Western Hemisphere.

In addition to spending time in the river and at the beaches, campers will also be stationed in the highlands of Costa Rica at a field station for tropical rainforest research with guided nature hikes and a visit to nearby waterfalls. The trip concludes with a canopy zip line tour and a walk through the forest crown on sky bridges.

During the Costa Rica session, campers will have the opportunity to work with live sea turtles as well as participate in daily activities designed to teach through hands-on experience. The primary focus of Sea Turtle Camp is to introduce students to the hands-on, real world of marine scientists and biologists. Cultivating the students' interest, love, and appreciation for the environment and the world around us, Sea Turtle Camp leaders help to inspire a lifelong dedication to ocean and marine wildlife conservancy.

The real world immersion into the life and work of research scientists is a unique and enriching opportunity for any student interested in the marine sciences. The chance to travel to a unique and exotic location and experience different cultures, marine habitats, and ecosystems makes the adventure even more valuable.

Sea Turtle Camp is based out of Wilmington, North Carolina and runs marine biology camps at locations including Florida, Hawaii, North Carolina and Costa Rica. To learn more about the Sea Turtle Camp Costa Rica program, visit http://www.seaturtlecamp.com/costarica.asp or download the catalog online at http://www.seaturtlecamp.com/docs/Sea_Turtle_Camp_2013_WEB.pdf.