Ideally located between Marino Ballena National Park, the largest Wetlands of Costa Rica, the renowned Corcovado National Park, and the Biological Reserve Caño Island, we aim to protect our local marine ecosystem while making participation in conservation more accessible to all ocean lovers.
Our professional team of instructors, biologists and engineers lead marine conservation expeditions and training, as well as single-day experiences. Our participants enjoy the natural surroundings while learning about marine conservation, helping to collect essential data, and supporting local projects.
Without education, we won’t be able to save our oceans. With the MCEC, we bring in schools every week to teach them about ocean threats, conduct virtual reality workshops, learn about the impact of microplastics, and read our interactive audio-visual books. Using our documentaries and educational tools, we also receive adults and organize various events to share our results and raise awareness.
Citizen scientists like you are key to saving our oceans, join us to make a difference for a brighter future.