Finca Huaquillo : Café Orgánico

INTRODUCTION:
We know that life in cities is stressful and hard. Every single day we have got to deal with noice, bad mood, traffic, problems and many similar things. This is the main reason we are always trying to disconnect from this reality and take a deep breathe as well as we charge energies.
We offer you the chance to scape from this situation while you are helping us with a familiar project we have got in the northern rainforest of Peru.

WORK AND VOLUNTEERS
We need to work with no more tan 6 volunteers at the same time. The work system is 25 – 30 hours / week.
We have separeted two big group of activities to do during the volunteering:


Activities in the camp:
• About coffee: Harvesting, field cleaning to planting and planting.
• Harvesting different fruits like oranges, sugar cane, bananas.
• Cow managment ( feeding, moving, etc).
• Wood choping.
• Construction of vegetable garden.

Activities in the house:
• Construction of a cleaning garbage system (including compost).
• Construction of paths from the road to the entry of the house and inside of it.
• Preparation of the fround in the house for the ceramic and other tiles or Wood / rocks.
• Construction of simple house furniture (support for candles, kitchen tools, support of clothes, etc).
• Improve the house like fixing windows, tools.
• Help for cooking.
• Child care / teaching / walking to school.
• Cow managment (feeding, moving, etc).
• Wood choping.
• Construction of vegetable garden.

What to bring:
• Gloves to work
• Headlines
• Card games
• Pillows
• Mosquito repellent.
• Sleeping bags
• Own food (if you have a specific alimentary regim)

Where do you sleep:
The conditions of living are very simple and basic (no electricity, no internet, no warm water in the shower) and volunteers share room in basic bed with protection for mosquitos.

Which language:
Only spanish or intermediate spanish at least.
What else:
In your free time you can do trekings and exploring the área like the the three waterfalls and improve your spanish with the family and the locals in Huaquillo.


IMPORTANT!!!!!

We don't have electricity and internet at Home but in Huaquillo town you can find both for charging phone and wi-fi.

Please note this before apply to our volunteering!!!!

OUR PROJECT We belong to a long and old coffee producer family. We have got around thirty hectares of lands of which we are working five of them with coffee, cacao and other fruits like oranges and bananas. Our project consists to develop the farm in an sustaintable and organic way, improving quality of coffee through the right processes without using chemical products (herbicides, pesticides) and protecting the environment. We also try to improve the family’s quality life. The team is my family (parents, brothers and cousins) and we all work together to achieve this project. We all like the spirit of volunteering and the strength of people who really want to discover how is the coffee process is while they protect the enviroment. LOCATION: HOW TO GET THERE Huaquillo is small village located inTamborapa Pueblo which is a town of San Ignacio distrit, part of Cajamarca region in the north east part of Peru close to the border of Ecuador. Huaquillo is a beautiful village surrounded by nature and wildlife, it has got amazing cascades and offers the chance of doing good trekings. You have got two ways to get to Tamborapa Pueblo, from Piura or from Jaen Piura – Huancabamba: 7 hours and 30 soles ($9) Huancabamba – Tamborapa Pueblo: 3 hours and 25 soles ($7) Jaen – Tamborapa: 4 hours and 25 soles ($7) As son as you arrive to Tamborapa Pueblo you will contact with Victor`s family who live in the town and they will show you the way to go to Huaquillo (20 min in mototaxi and 10 soles ($3) or walking 2 hous).


Reseñas

4.5
(21 reseñas)21

Anfitrión y equipo

5.0

Horas y tareas

4.5

Hostal

4.5

Aprendizaje y diversión

5.0

Alemania

5

Trabajar y vivir en esta Finca me gustó mucho. La familia es muy amable y el lugar es muy bonito, completamente en la naturaleza. El trabajo también estaba bien.

hace 2 meses

Brasil

5

Fue una experiencia muy linda, en la Finca si planta un montón de cosas, bananas, mangos, maracuya, tomates, café, caña de azúcar, piña y etc.. es desde ahí que viene su renta, su felicidad de trabajar con lo que aman. Victor y Elci son unos capos, son personas luchadoras, inteligentísimas, que te explica cada detalle del proceso de cada cosa que si cosecha ahí, mil gracias por la enseñanza y por todo el amor que me dieron en esos días que estuve ahí, agradezco a la vida por poner persona como ustedes en mi camino, aprendí mucho a cada día y valoro eso ♥️

hace 7 meses

España

5

La experiencia con la familia Gálvez ha sido genial en todos los aspectos! Tienen una energía muy linda que te transmiten enseguida y te hacen sentir como en casa!
Las tareas son llevaderas aunque en cualquier momento si te cansas en exceso no hay problema con descansar, además el lugar es muy natural y bastante apartado de todo✨🫶🏽
Recomiendo mucho ir a visitar a la familia y pasar un tiempo con ellos, yo me llevo muy buena experiencia de vida 💘🌀

hace 7 meses

Bulgaria

5

This was my first place to volunteer in Perú. I recommend it for the warm attitude and understanding of Victor and his family, and the variety of activities. The communication was just in Spanish and helped me in my continuous process of practicing and improving it. This place made me accomplish the dream of working with organic coffee - going through all the steps of processing it. There were various activities almost all days, like it is usually in a family farm - processing cane, constructions, cooking, etc. I was happy with the family sharing the village fiesta, walks, and motorbike class!

hace 9 meses

Argentina

4

La experiencia fue muy buena. Es innegable la humildad, amabilidad y atención por parte de la familia. Ellos son muy generosos y atentos. No obstante, las instalaciones no eran buenas.. les aconsejo a los próximos voluntarios llevar tal vez bolsa de dormir ya que las camas son rígidas y que estén atentos a todo tipo de insectos. En mi caso, el repelente sólo me ayudó a controlar los mosquitos pero no fue así con las pulgas y chapajes (insectos de cosecha). Les aconsejo bañarse con abundante agua y jabón para quitarse los chapajes que se prenden a la piel y sus picaduras generan mucha picazón.

hace 10 meses


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