A little bit about the owners:
Inti and Luna are brother and sister who were born in a small town called Manizales. Which is part of the coffee region located in central Colombia. They moved to Canada when they were young. Always having an interest in building, Inti went to University in Canada and graduated with a degree in Architecture. Luna studied Psychology and Marketing. Combining their passions for traveling, culture and building - They came back to their roots in Colombia and are building a hostel in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, on the Caribbean coast.
Come and be a part of something incredible by helping build a haven for travellers and worldly adventurers like yourself. In return - we provide accommodation, 3 meals a day, and an overall fantastic experience to make life long friends.
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
Help with Computers / internet
Come and learn about the local culture, be immersed in nature, practise Spanish, and meet people from all over the world!
We want you to come and feel like you've left your mark on our hostel and its development. We want to hear about your strengths, areas of work, areas of studies and any additional hobbies or interests you have.
*️️We are looking for an event coordinator*️️
This requires a commitment of 1 month.
You’ll need an outgoing personality, eagerness to motivate people, & of course friendly.
If this position interest you, message us with “ Event Coordinator” as the header and we’ll talk further.
*️️️️️️️️Looking for someone strong in reception*️️️️️️️️
Well organized, good with computers. Team player, friendly & a positive attitude .
Your tasks and shifts will depend on what you excel at. We are looking for people with relevant experience in hospitality operation. We are constantly open to new ideas and want our volunteers to voice their suggestions so we can always be growing as a hostel. Since we are still very much in development, volunteer feedback is incredibly important to the success of our hostel.
On your days off, there are endless activities to do around the hostel. In our free time we like to visit the stunning local beaches and rivers, go hiking with monkeys, and of course the occasional fiesta. You are also free to head out and explore Santa Marta (Colombia's oldest city), Tayrona National Park (just a 20 minute walk), and many other near by towns like Guachaca, Buritaca, and Palamino.
If you are interested or have any questions please send us an email
We provide accommodation in our volunteer house (bunk beds, sheets and pillow included, air conditioning, ensuite bathroom/shower).
Around the area:
-Tubing down the Buritaca River
-Hike in the jungle
-Swim in the river
-Rent a Moto
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week