ASANA (Friends of Nature, Central and Southern Pacific Coast) Costa Rica

The mission of ASANA is to secure the long-term conservation of the Path of the Tapir Biological Corridor and surrounding natural areas by empowering local communities and residents to take action in support of conservation actions. In particular, we support the development of local community organizations, cooperation among government and non-governmental organizations, and environmental education. We serve as a local coordinator of research activities, and we act as advocate when required to address high-priority needs.
ASANA Office, Hacienda Baru
34, Savegre, Costa Rica
(9.26983, -83.87984)
ASANA Office, Hacienda Baru, Dominical, Costa Rica
34, Savegre, Costa Rica
(9.28862, -83.91220)
ASANA Offices, Hacienda Baru, Dominical, Costa RIca
34, Costa Rica
(9.26339, -83.87473)
ASANA Offices, Hacienda Baru, Dominical, Costa Rica
34, Costa Rica
(9.26153, -83.87225)
Paso de la Danta/Path of the Tapir Biological Corridor
Calle Papagayo, Costa Rica
(9.08040, -83.64990)
Rafiki Safari Lodge - ASANA Tapir Conservation Project at Rafiki
Unnamed Road, Savegre, Costa Rica
(9.44194, -84.02038)
Rafiki Safari Lodge, 16 km from the Coastal Highway, Savegre River, Costa Rica
34, Savegre, Costa Rica
(9.44523, -83.98889)
Rafiki Safari Lodge, Savegre, Costa Rica ( http://www.rafikisafari.com/ )
34, Costa Rica
(9.43393, -84.02232)
Savegre River Meets the Pacific - After flowing from over 10,000' above sea-level, the Savegre River flows into the warm waters of the Pacific Ocean
34, Costa Rica
(9.35619, -84.05280)
Savegre River Watershed
34, Costa Rica
(9.39742, -84.03905)
Savegre River Watershed - Proposed Biosphere Reserve
616, Naranjito, Costa Rica
(9.43511, -84.03734)
Savegre River Watershed, Costa Rica
34, Costa Rica
(9.44475, -83.99288)
Savegre River's Birth - Coming to life at the "Cerro de la Muerte" (Death Mountain), the Savegre river begins its descent to the ocean. Here you will find the great Resplendant Quetzal.
Pan American Hwy, Costa Rica
(9.60000, -83.79325)
Savegre, Mid-Watershed - Sparsely populated by local people who act as responsible stewards, this section of the Watershed is no-doubt the most biologically rich area of all of Central America
34, Costa Rica
(9.49166, -83.92577)

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