Volunteering in Mamorwa
This volunteering is an educational project with an introspective focus, initiated by Mamos (elders) of the Arhuaco people.
Some of the regular activities that the volunteers who visit us take part in:
Traditional agriculture (maize, beans, cassava, coffee, cocoa...)
Planting trees as part of a reforestation project
Bringing in wood from the forest
Collecting Coca leaves in the traditional arhuaca way
4 horas de ayuda por día
Ayuda como voluntario en proyectos locales y comunidades.
Ayuda con varias tareas de reparación o construcción.
Ayuda en Granjas Eco:
Siembra, cosecha y ayuda con tareas del campo.
Ayuda a plantar y cultivar jardines.
Lo que obtienes
1 dia libre por semana
Tendrás una cama en un cuarto compartido con otros viajeros.
Habitación del equipo:
Tendrás una cama en un cuarto compartido con otras personas.
Tienes derecho a desayunos gratis cada día de tu estadía.
Tienes derecho a almuerzos gratis cada día de tu estadía.
Tienes derecho a cenas gratis cada día de tu estadía.
Puedes unirte a nuestras actividades terapéuticas gratuitamente.
Admite voluntarios solos, parejas y dúos
Lo que no está incluído
Vuelos, Seguro de Viaje, Transporte Interno y Visa
Learn how to volunteer for your lives again, this is the definition of a "volunteering project" for the Arhuaco people.
Volunteers are taught the arhuaco way of life to find balance, strength and tranquillity in their personal lives, as well as regular spiritual work to learn to "look within oneself".
The Mamos, who represent the guardians of the ancestral wisdom of the Arhuaco people, offer a complete process that combines work on the body, emotions, mind and spirit.
The site is located 10 km from the village of El Molino in the mountains of the Guajira facing the majestic Sierra Nevada de Santa Marta, at an altitude of 700 m. You will be immersed in the heart of a lush nature, bathed in the tranquility and peace that emanates from the place.
Actividades & Turnos
Whoever you are, whatever you can do with your hands, come and meet us !
Personal work starts at a really particular time of the day, at dawn. Between 3 and 6 a.m. there is a special conjunction that helps to meditate, focus and untangle the sufferings and difficulties that block our way in life. This opens the door to slowly move towards a clearer mind.
This daily process teaches us to "look inside ourselves", so that our understanding of our history grows.
After this introspective moment comes breakfast.
The work started in the morning is internalized and continues to develop within the activities throughout the day.
As an example, cutting wood and bringing it back to the village means, in the arhuaca tradition, that we are asking for a conversation around the fire and that we implicitly have the wish to listen and to learn.
Rooms with hammocks (we have blankets on site but it is advisable to bring your own for comfort).
The site has no electricity or telephone coverage, offering complete tranquillity (possibility of connecting to the 3g network within a 30-minute walk in the mountains).
There is no way to charge any battery system on site, If necessary, you can bring your own solar battery or an external battery.
!!! Please remember to bring a headlamp with enough battery power to light your way at night !!!
No alcohol or drugs are allowed on the premises.
Please bring something to leave with your waste.
The provision of water extracted directly from the surrounding springs.
!!! Please note that for people who are not used to drinking unfiltered water, we provide a tank of water boiled with plants, ready for consumption. If you wish, you can bring a purification or filtration system for drinking water. !!!