Work away at a beach front boutique hotel in Guanacaste. Nestled in 7 hectares of protected tropical dry forest, our 28 room hotel sits on a secluded cove in the North Pacific Coast of Costa Rica and is committed to protect the natural state of its surroundings.
Through its 4 leafs of the Sustainable Tourism Certificate, our friendly staff is also actively involved not only in providing our guests a memorable experience, but also in ensuring that our wildlife feels at home as well.
We are located in an area famed for sunshine, surfing, eco-adventures and incredible natural beauty. Within minutes, you will find other beaches and local towns in their original rural setting but offering the infrastructure, services and goods required by any traveler.
The Guanacaste province also provides an enriching cultural experience for anyone wanting to learn more about our traditions and heritage.
So, if you do not mind sharing your porch with iguanas, coatimundi or an occasional snake, then this is the place for you.
You will go to sleep with the music of the ocean waves, and there is no need to bring an alarm clock along, the howler monkeys will make sure you are up by 5.
Cooking / shopping
Help with Eco project
Helping with Tourists
We need inspiring people who can help us with our various sustainability projects and help sharing our conservation efforts with our guests. We need you to be proactive, to love human connection and serviceable.
We will provide a safe and clean fully furnished 3 bedroom house located in the Hotel´s property, just steps away from the beach. You will share it with 2 other volunteers. In exchange for your 5 hour, 5 days a week work. We will also provide 2 daily meals at the employee cafeteria.
We are located at about an hour and 15 minutes away from the Liberia International airport. Public and Private transportation is available to the towns and cities nearby as well as to the rest of the country.
The area offers a great variety of activities! Surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, ocean kayaking, stand up paddle-boarding, horseback riding, zip lines, mountain biking, etc, etc.
Night life is pretty good as well, and the area is a melting pot of people of all nationalities and walks of life. Volunteers, students and retirees from all over find this region to be home away from home.
You may also like to get involved with various NGO´s that we work with; teaching a language, saving turtles, planting trees...
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