About.

Amaru Mayu Ecological Voluntary Conservation Reserve - Manu National Park and Biosphere Reserve, has 655 hectares of tropical mountain forest.

It is a private area that contributing to preserving the rich biodiversity that exist doing conservation work involving sustainable management of these forests as working activism in 4 fronts of action: Physical environmental, legal, political, strategies of development for social participation and financial economics.

Through activities that contribute to preserving the environmental balance as; restoration of degraded area, reforestation with endemic plants, reintroduction of wildlife, help in the wildlife refuge, cataloging of flora and medicinal plants, development of environmental workshops in villages and communities, permaculture/organic farming, ecotourism, volunteer program ( cultural interchange ), and traditional medicine

Key Stats.

Year founded

1993

Size of project site

655 hectares

Languages spoken

  • Español
  • Ingles
  • Italiano

People on site

6 - 30

Dry season

April to November

Wet season

December to March

Living Conditions.

Sleeping

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

Omnivore Food

  • communally cooked meals
  • over 80% locally sourced
  • communal kitchen access

Internet

  • None: Off the grid

Opportunities

Amaru Mayu Ecological Volunteer Reserve is currently offering the following opportunities:

  • Volunteer
  • agroforestry
  • nature conservation and patrolling
  • agriculture
  • reforestation
  • help in the refuge of wildlife
  • social volunteer monitor
  • environmental workshop
  • medicinal plants
  • teaching english
  • eco-tourism

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