Are you looking to go back to your roots, to take a break from the pressures of modern life, and to reconnect to nature? Your welcome to join us on our journey.
Nestled upon 16 acres of highland jungle just outside the village of Sauce (1 hour from Tarapoto), one of the most visited places of the region. We're a small open-minded tribe who enjoy food, fun, holistic health, creativity and living in nature.
Help with Eco Projects
DIY and building projects
Creating/ Cooking family meals
The opportunity to live off the grid, practice your spanish, be a part of community living.
As well, thanks to the diverse ecology and geography of San Martin, where the jungle (selva) meets the mountains (sierra), the region serves as a prime location for all things adventurous and fun. There exists a variety of options for outdoor adventure, with everything from horse-back riding, repelling, and rafting, to waterfalls, thermal springs, mud baths, national parks, and more! With all this abundance, there's sure to be plenty of adventure to schedule into your itinerary! And don't forget the majestic blue lagoon within Sauce, and the 3 meter waterfall on our land!
Gardening/Permaculure : anyone with knowledge in permaculture, cultivation of food, or simply green thumbs who enjoy gardening.
General Maintenance: includes cleaning and maintaining the kitchen, shower, bungalows, paths/walkways.
Construction/Painting: Looking for carpenter.
Art Project: Looking for artistic people to decorate the place (painters, wood carvers, etc.)
Animal Care: Taking care of the horses, chickens, dog.
You will be staying in our adobe mud-built bungalow, which accommodates up to four people. The kitchen is available for you to prepare your meals. There is one bathroom, and one outdoor shower house. We also have fresh spring water available at all times.
There is no electricity or wifi on the land. We generally go to Sauce or Tarapoto to charge electronics and use internet.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Can host families
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week