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Help out on an eco farm as a volunteer in Costa Rica

Join our farm’s daily routine as a volunteer in Costa Rica. It’s a flexible month-long commitment, 6 hours a day, 6 days a week. Outdoorsy individuals are welcome.

Volunteer in Costa Rica on an eco ranch – requirements & tasks

Surrounded by the lush landscape of our Costa Rican rainforest, as you travel down the entrance road for the first time, your senses shift into overdrive. While on the farm tour, your eyes, ears, and soul will be filled with the wonders of our regenerative paradise, allowing you to glimpse the enormity of what lies hidden in plain sight.

One of the key attractions that draws guests, students, and volunteers to Rancho Margot is the opportunity to embrace a more conscientious way of life. To power our operations, we utilize a hydroelectric generator and solar energy. Additionally, we have implemented a sophisticated composting system. Food waste, vegetative matter, and solid animal waste are collected, and with the help of beneficial microorganisms, they are decomposed through the system. The end result is an organic fertilizer that significantly enhances our soil structure. We also raise free-range chickens, produce our own pork on-site, and cultivate our dairy products.

In the kitchen, we need assistance from professional cooks who can craft a variety of dishes using our farm products and provide training to our staff.

On the farm, volunteers are assigned to assist in various areas where help is required, primarily participating in daily routine activities that do not require specific training.

Volunteer in Costa Rica on an eco ranch – what we offer

We provide a full board.
Housing is available in the bunkhouse, consisting of 20 dorms with shared bathrooms, each equipped with bunk beds.
Accommodation options may vary based on availability.
Quiet hours are observed from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

What to do on your day off?
– Enjoy one daily yoga session, subject to availability.
– Explore the beautiful hiking trails around the ranch and in the nearby area.
– El Castillo, the nearest town to the ranch, is just 3 km away (a 50-60 minute walk) and offers attractions such as a butterfly conservatory, a supermarket, and local restaurants.
– Rent kayaks and paddleboards at Arenal Lake, which is 2 km from the Ranch.

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