Come and help us in our little slice of paradise. We own and operate an eco-lodge in the rain forest, in what was named by National Geographic 'one of the most biodiverse place on earth'. We are also located 200 feet from the pacific ocean, 'where the rainforest meets the sea'. We have a number of cabins where we host and feed guests for breakfast lunch & dinner. We also offer our guests a range of activities like hiking jungle trails, fishing and kayaking in the lagoon, surfing, and the famous Corcovado National Park is right next door. Those who come here can expect to help us look after our guests and immerse themselves in nature and a small eco-community. We prefer mature individual travelers as opposed to couples. We will consider couples, but please be aware that you and your partner might be working in the same place but not necessarily on the same tasks all the time. Thank you and we look forward to hearing from you!
Help in the house
Helping with Tourists
Come here to learn Spanish from our staff and about life in Costa Rica outside of the city. This area is an area made up of nature and agriculture. Come here to see an area in Costa Rica that does not have any major development. Learn about nature, learn about how to run a eco-lodge and immerse yourself in a remote wilderness.
We need help for maintenance of the garden, pool, beach, trails and also also guests services - check in and out and table setting and cleaning. If you like to take guests out walking and know something about nature in the tropics this is also great.
english and spainish
We have accommodation with bathrooms and basic electric. Three meals a day is offered for volunteers on working days, this includes things like rice, beans, tortillas, plantain, salads, soups, meat and fish on some days; a variety of local and international foods.
We are looking for individual travelers but will consider couples.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Maximum 5 hours per day 5 days a week