Our Environmental volunteers help us with mangrove restoration, environmental education classes for children, community outreach and online campaigns. Environmental degradation in Itacaré means more than “just” loss of flora and fauna; it poses a tremendous risk to the livelihoods of thousands of families who rely on fishing and subsistence agriculture.
25 hours of help per week
Social Work: Help the local community.
2 days off per week
Private Room: Have a private room to chill and relax just by yourself.
Cook your own meal: Feel free to prepare your own meal here
Discounts on Tours: Don’t miss a thing! Get discounts and enjoy your free time.
Free Tours: Don’t miss a thing! Get free tours and explore.
Free Hiking Tours: Keep your feet moving! Get free hiking tours and exercise yourself.
Bikes at your disposal: Hop on my bike, baby! Free to use bicycles.
Yoga classes: Namaste! Join our yoga classes and transform your health.
Language lessons: Learn or improve your language skills.
Certificate: Get a certificate of completion after you finish your experience.
Intermediate Portuguese or Beginner English
Over 18 years old
Flights, Travel Insurance, Internal Transportation and Visa
Our Environmental Conservation and Mangrove Restoration project occupies a special place in the portfolio of programs we are currently developing.
Itacaré has been blessed by an unparalleled natural beauty that comes from its harmonic and almost exotic combination of Atlantic rainforest, secluded beaches, picturesque rivers, gorgeous waterfalls, mangroves and plenty of wildlife. Therefore, it is our duty to help protecting this special ecosystem, even more so in times of global warming and climate change.
The main goals of our environmental program are to support conservation efforts, in collaboration with local partners and communities, and to form a new generation of youth environmental leaders who can take Itacaré to sustainable development paths, considering the principles of social-environmental justice.
Volunteers work Monday-Friday 9am to 1pm, helping us with classes, mangrove restoration, recycling projects, community outreach, online fundraising campaigns and more!