Inclusive Program Fee of $1,100
Ground Transportation: If leaving from East Stroudsburg University Campus, the ground transportation to the airport is included. Ground transportation throughout the entire stay in Costa Rica is covered (See exclusions below) which includes taxi rides and shuttles.
Lodging: Every step of the way your lodging is covered in the program fee. This includes the hotel in Turrialba; lodging within the Cabecar indigenous territory (keep in mind that within the indigenous reserve, we stay in a rustic hut deep in the mountainside), and two hotel nights in a hot springs resort before we head home. These final two nights allow us to recuperate, convene, and reflect on our experiences. After spending a week in the jungle, a nice hot shower will feel amazing!
Meals: You will be fed! Most meals are included throughout our trip. This includes our stay in Turrialba and throughout the entire time in the indigenous reserve. Remember, while we're in the jungle we won't be able to cook up hearty three course meals. However, we will make sure to bring plenty of food with us. The only time meals are not covered is during our last two nights at the hot springs resort.
Guides Services: This price includes the compensation of all guides and porters. You will never be alone during the expedition. There will Cabecar and Costa Rican guides along the way. On the trail, you would only be carrying your own pack. Most of our gear, food, and other supplies will be transported by porters and horses.
Additional Expenses: Not included in the program fee is airfare, country exit tax ($29 as of 2015), passport renewals. We encourage all to try and be on the same flight. However, you are welcome to rendezvous with the group at the international airport in San Jose, Costa Rica. If participants prefer to have The Good Project book and process their flight we can provide ther service for a fee of $100. Please contact us for any needed clarification.