InanItah is an ecological living center located on the magical Isla de Ometepe. It is a place for people who wish to live in harmony with nature and in pursuit of conscious personal and collective evolution.
You’re welcome to join us as a visitor or volunteer. During your stay, you are welcome to participate in all regular ongoing activities, including regular communal meals, yoga classes, meditations and celebrations. We encourage you to consider participating in one of workshops to deepen your learning experience.
To keep a close-knit community vibe, we require all visitors to stay for a minimum of 7 nights, and we encourage you to stay as long as possible and enjoy a deeper experience.
In order to minimize our environmental impact, we choose to live a simple yet comfortable lifestyle that includes healthy locally grown whole and organic foods, and the use of low-impact appropriate technologies.
Each building at InanItah is a unique hand crafted work of art constructed using natural building techniques and made from locally available stone, timber, clay soil, straw and grasses. You are welcome to stay in one of our unique private cabins, the shared dormitory, or camp outdoors in a beautiful scenery.
We live off the grid, relying on the solar energy, human engineering and appropriate technologies to supply our electrical and comfort needs. Find more details on accommodation options and creature comforts here.
InanItah is involved in an ongoing process of evolution. Much of our energy is focused in the application of Ecovillage Design principles as well as the development of human potential. We are currently in the process of constructing buildings, planting gardens and are continuously evolving our communities organizational structures and operating systems.
Fundacion InanItah is a registered US based non-profit charity and educational organization working closely with the InanItah community to provide live-in experiential educational, workshops and classes, as well as social and educational programs for the local Nicaraguan community.