The Titi Conservation Alliance was started in 2001 by a group of business owners within the tourist industry based around Manuel Antonio National Park, Costa Rica. Recognizing the need for conservation of their natural environment to maintain prosperity of the local economy, this group of entrepreneurs began the Titi Conservation Alliance with the mission of promoting sustainable development and conserving the biodiversity of Manuel Antonio. The organization’s work has been essential for the preservation of the endangered Titi monkey, the smallest primate in Costa Rica whose unique habitat is the country’s Central Pacific region.
Today, the Titi Conservation Alliance is an active leader and key advisor on local biodiversity conservation. Under the philosophy that We are all Part of the Solution, the organization works as a true Alliance, bringing a continued sense of unity to the community, and understanding that efforts as business owners, public entities and community members are greatly strengthened by environmental sustainability. Titi Conservation Alliance has become a sustainability partner for national electric company (ICE), Education Ministry and numerous private local businesses. The network of national and local businesses that support Titi Conservation Alliance is constantly growing. More and more people share our passion.