Accommodation Details

  • Private Cabins – Our first individual cabins are available to visitors and volunteers for an additional contribution of $12 – 16/night.
  • Dormitory – Dormitory style casita with beds available for an additional contribution of $5/night.
  • CampingThere are many beautiful tent and hammock spots. We have camping gear, including comfortable camping mats to rent for an additional contribution of $2/night or $45/month.
  • The Kitchen – Learn how to cook on a traditional open wood fire!
  • The Temple – is our community gathering space.  With breathtaking views of Volcan Conception, this sacred space is used for meditation, yoga, classes, celebrations and workshops.
  • The Jungle House – an additional, community gathering space nestled amongst the trees and monkey habitat.
  • Uracca Center – is the community communication center and hang out space containing the library and the community computer with available wifi.
  • Watering Holes – Two multipurpose water storage & swimming pools, one of which is kept warm by the sun and fire heated at times for a proper hot tub.  The water from these pools is also used to water the garden and tree plantings. Giving the plants our bathing water is a way of communicating with them on a molecular level.
  • Amphitheater – Next to the Temple is a small outdoor amphitheater which is used for celebration, rituals, fire dancing, fire walking, and watching the sunset.
  • Garden – We have a large garden within which rests a central mandala garden, which provides us with an abundance of organic fruits veggies, and herbs, which we use in preparation of our delicious home, cooked meals. Produce is seasonal, but to give you an idea, we grow green beans, Asian greens, corn, mung beans, kutuk, Chinese broccoli, arugula, kale, Indian lettuce, squash, sweet peppers, Suriname cherry, star fruit, cantaloupe, papaya, bananas and much much more.
  • Labyrinth – A spiral labyrinth sits at the heart of our land and is intended as an anchor and symbol for the evolutionary path, a winding path weaving the inner with the outer.
  • Medicine Wheel – This lies at the edge of our land and borders the wild, uninhabited forest.  The medicine wheel has served primarily as a portal for vision quests.
  • The Showers – Open air showers, one of which has compost heated hot water.
  • The Toilets – We have 2 indoor composting toilets as well as various public and private latrine toilets, much like an open-air outhouse.