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Besides saving 90% of the trees on the property and using native landscaping exclusively for the grounds to blend seamlessly with the wildlife refuge, Safari Surf leverages their business to contribute to local biodiversity projects. For each guest who books a package with the surf school, $50 is donated to the Nosara Refuge for Wildlife which has raised $29,120 since the program started in November 2015. The Refuge primarily takes care of injured Howler Monkeys who get shocked on the uninsulated power lines, which have grown with the influx of tourism, so Safari Surf added this protection to the power lines on their property. In addition to being a sponsor, Safari volunteers and coordinates volunteers for the Costas Verdes local reforestation initiative which plants trees on Playa Guiones.