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We at ItsMyCasa believe strongly in creating as small a ecological footprint as is possible.
Our goal is to support groups that we have found that help the flora and fauna to recover from the damages done by rapid development.
We encourage our guests to enjoy our natural surroundings while supporting ecological groups that keep our eco-tourism sustainable.
ItsMyCasa.com, owner of Casa Mono Congo and Casa Mono Tití, is a proud sponsor of the Tití Conservation Alliance, a non-profit organization with the mission of saving the endangered tití monkey through the promotion of sustainable development and conservation of the biodiversity of Costa Rica’s Central Pacific Region.
The Tití Conservation Alliance was started in 2001 by a group of concerned business owners within the Quepos/Manuel Antonio community; and today maintains its successful accomplishments through business and individual memberships, as well as outside donations. The Alliance focuses on three main areas for our community: •Sustainable Development, •Habitat Reforestation, and •Environmental Education. We are proud to be a part of this immensely important cause. Please visit their website for more information monotiti.org
Please, Don't feed the Wildlife: You might find feeding the wildlife to be a fascinating experience. You probably think that they need to be fed. But the truth is that you are actually harming them:
ItsMyCasa is also proud to support monkey bridges (blue ropes suspended across roads) so the endangered and beloved mono tití's
can cross roads without having to go down to the dangerous and unprotected ground. It also keeps the monkeys in the area from using the dangerous
electric lines to cross the road.
These bridges are provided by the organization of kids saving the rain forest. Please visit their site and help this very endangered species survive.
We are but one species on this beautiful world,
let us help protect the diversity given to us as a gift.
Pete & Terry, This house is spectacular! The views, the wildlife and the house Casa Mono Congo was just awesome. The canopy tour
was an adventure of a lifetime.
We enjoyed the peaceful tranquility of sitting and listening to the many sounds of nature here. The many different birds and the call of the mono congo itself! Loved watching the monkeys playing in the trees and was fascinated by the sloth.
-Paige & Sue
This is a wonderful place to stay. We saw and thoroughly enjoyed the howlers, the white-faced capuchins and the squirrel monkeys,
especially the moms with babies. How adorable and the squirrel monkeys in and out of the pool and wrestling on the patio floor.
We’re off to Manuel Antonio National Park but I can’t imagine anything better than what we’ve had here.
This home is a perfect place to stay!! Thank you.
-Perdue / Pederson Group – Washington USA