Adult Summer Camp to Costa Rica

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Ritchey Woods Nature Preserve offers extreme adventure camp

The Indy Star website announced that Ritchey Woods has a brand new opportunity that allows even adults to go to summer camp. Travel with the naturalist staff of Ritchey Woods and a bilingual guide to Costa Rica. Compare the habitats and wildlife of the tropical paradise to the habitats and wildlife of Indiana. Program will include classes at Ritchey Woods before and after the trip to explore Indiana’s flora and fauna for comparison.

The company, Education First, Educational Tours, offers trips all over the globe. They have been doing so since 1965. The program is an eco tourism summer camp for adults as well as children ages 12 and older. The hope is that participants will take on a new appreciation of how diverse and amazing Ritchey Woods is and that protecting the amazing resources in “your own backyard” is vital to the health of the entire globe.

Participants must register with EF Tours by March 1. $30 paid to Town of Fishers per participant and $2,365 per adult or $2,075 per child (ages 12-23) paid to EF Tours Educational Tour Company. Prices are approximate and may vary slightly. Prices are locked n at time of registration. Under most circumstances, the sooner participants register, the more affordable the price. Price includes travel, three meals per day, and admittance to all activities on the itinerary.

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