Aclaratory Note

Regarding Shark Sattelite Tagging

Tiger Shark Makes Historic Journey

From the Galapagos Marine Reserve to Cocos Island National Park

Started season

San MIguel Team defined


91 non-profit nature conservation organizations call for greater protection for sharks in Costa Rica.

Leatherback Sea Turtle nesting in Bejuco

Leatherback in Bejuco 5  night ago, one of CREMA Costa Rica ‘s community based sea turtle conservation projects in the southern Nicoya Peninsula of Guanacaste

Turtles are coming and we are ready

San Miguel Team defined We started. After all these hard times we are happy to announce that we opened the first of our four beaches, San Miguel. We welcome Fabián, Sarah, Sergio, Erin and Claudia, this nesting season coordinators. [gallery...


Sharks are wildlife too! Hammerhead sharks are even critically endangered species and should NOT be considered a commercial species. Costa Rica’s president Carlos Alvarado has publicly recognized that sharks can and should be protected by Costa Rica’s Wildlife Conservation Law (WCL).


CREMA is a Costa Rican non-profit NGO founded in 2012. We are a marine conservation and research organization working to protect ocean resources and promote sustainable fisheries policies in Costa Rica and Central America.


Direct in the field conservation projects


Research and outreach onboard commercial fishing vessels


Public awareness and education

Policy Advocacy

Litigation and policy advocacy