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Hello , we are Wili and Isabel, Wili is an amazonian native and Isa is from México, we are developing a project to preserve Haramkbut culture and the amazonian jungle. We live in Shintuya, a small native community of 60 houses next to Madre de Dios river. Working areas: REFORESTATION, NATIVE SPECIES CONSERVATION CONSCIENT TOURISM LIVING NATIVE CULTURE :ART DANCES FOOD TRADITIONS ARCHITECTURE PRACTICE OF TRADITIONAL AMAZONIAN MEDICINELearn more
Volunteers will colaborate with 13 dollars daily to help us achieve our montly reforestation goals. and help with their food, and house expenses.
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1 Immersing in the local culture
1 Get in touch with nature
1 Developing environmental awareness
1 Learning about sustainability
It is simply sublime how in touch with nature and oneself one gets while being there; additionally, the knowledge that Wili is continuously sharing is just unbeleivable, environmentally, socially and spiritually wise. Note however that Wili speak very limited English, so knowing basic Spanish is actually essential.
over 1 year ago
The place is amazing, the project itself has a lot of potential, I recommend this for adventurous people. It is a great opportunity to learn from the community since you get to live among them.
I do not recommend this to those who like everything well organized, it is a starting non-formal project.
Won’t recommend this for female solo travelers either, the place is not really safe.
almost 2 years ago
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