Located in the Amazonian region of Pastaza, Ecuador, Wayra Wasi is a Kichwa-led project seeking to harbor indigenous cultural vitality and promote cross-cultural and ecological education. Cultural exchange programs enable visitors to learn about the life-ways and culture of the Kichwa del Oriente, impressing upon one the richness and sheer ethnobotanical importance of the Amazon ecosystem while educating about indigenous knowledge and experience in today's paradigm. Accommodation is provided in hand-built wooden cabañas and visitors will have the opportunity to learn about native plant remedies, pre-dawn guayusa, Kichwa language, ceramics, yuca fermentation, and more.

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Short Term Stay

Minimum stay: 1 nightsMaximum capacity: 8 people
Food included
Accommodation for travelers and short-term visitors is provided in shared rustic cabañas typical to the region. Toilet, cold shower, laundry station available. Meals prepared onsite, food provided. This center is deep in the jungle and without urban amenities.

Key Stats.

Year founded


Size of project site

100 hectares

Languages spoken

  • Spanish
  • Kichwa

People on site

4 - 25

Dry season

August to March

Wet season

April to July

Living Conditions.


  • shared rooms

Omnivore Food

  • communally cooked meals


  • None: Off the grid


Wayra Wasi is currently offering the following opportunities:

  • Mapping Skills
  • outreach team
  • water filtration system
  • Fundraising manager

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