Save The Rainforest, Inc.

A nonprofit organization that promotes purposeful travel, inspires students, saves rainforest and alleviates poverty.  


Take Flight Fellowship applications for 2017 are now being accepted.  High school Spanish and science teachers are invited to apply.  All expenses of successful applicants will be covered by the generous support of our sponsors. Programs will be conducted in Belize, Costa Rica and Panama. Applications can be requested by contacting us at

Comments from a few of the 2016 Don & Roxanne Weber Take Flight Fellows:

Ashley Daniels - Ft. Walton Beach HS, FL
The trip was an amazing hands-on experience of science and
sustainability in action.

Joe Anglehart - La Crosse Central HS, WI
The trip was fantastic. Ivan our guide was a gem. He did
a great job. It is definitely something I am going to
pursue next year with my students if that is possible.

Kerry Fergason - High Park HS, TX
The Osa Peninsula is by far the most remote place I have
been to in Costa Rica. The sheer thought of that was
often awe-inspiring. I love the emphasis on keeping all
the activities in the communities run by community leaders.

Jenny Neal - Raytown HS, MO
The trip was fantastic! Everyone gelled very well.

Our conservation project for 2016-17 is to support Nature and Culture's Awajun Forest Reserve project in Peru.   For project details click here

 Media notice:  We were featured in NEA Today's 2016 Winter issue. (the People & Places section)

Earning credit notice.  Teachers, contact us for information on how you can earn 3 graduate credits in education when you travel with us.

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 Page summary:   The Save Rainforest, Inc. offers student travel deals, educational tours and school trips for students and educators to tropical rainforest destinations in Belize, Costa Rica, Ecuador and Panama, where they can learn and experience deforestation facts and rain forest conservation.


To download the book TWO DECADES IN THE RAINFOREST and learn more about travel tours and school trips with "Save the Rainforest" click on the owl butterfly.





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