About.


Located on the Pacific coast of Isla los Brasiles in Nicaragua, the lodge is a beachfront Eco-resort, a natural building school and a workshops/retreat platform. Following the principles of permaculture, Carpe Diem was built over the last 4 years by over 500 international volunteers from our natural building school. Over 90% of building structures were built with natural or recycled materials. We are solar powered and use water directly from man-made wells on site. Half of the 1 hectare piece of land is forested and serves as a camping area and fruit farm, while the front is a stunning sunny area where guests can enjoy the main community space. Compost toilets and showers are scattered throughout the premises for your convenience.​ 

Apart from acquiring important natural building techniques, guests and volunteers can enjoy activities such as sunset volleyball, surfing, horseback riding, yoga, acro yoga meditation, flow arts and a variety of workshops etc. We also also dance our butts off and drop into ceremonies when appropriate.

Key Stats.

Year founded

2014

Size of project site

1 hectares

Languages spoken

  • English
  • Spanish
  • French

People on site

12 - 35

Dry season

December to June

Wet season

July to November

Living Conditions.

Sleeping

  • hammocks
  • tent camping
  • shared rooms
  • private room
  • entire house

Vegetarian Food

  • communally cooked meals
  • over 80% locally sourced
  • restaurant on site

Internet

  • medium: voice calls (no video)

Ongoing classes

  • yoga
    daily

Opportunities

Carpe Diem Eco Project is currently offering the following opportunities:

  • Natural building
  • cook
  • yoga teacher
  • permaculture
  • artists
  • musicians
  • flow artists

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