Visiting children of all ages and their families are welcomed every year in PachaMama. The Village is fitted to accommodate a family’s needs and resident children are always happy to make new friends. Children are an integral part of PachaMama Community and have been so almost from its inception. The population of children is ever-growing and currently stands at 25. The communal environment is naturally supportive of their growth, learning and experience of life.
The jungle school is divided to two main groups: the kindergarten, 2-6 years old, and the school, 7-11 years old.
PachaMama offers children the opportunity to be immersed in nature, explore the forest and tune into its magical rhythm.
The Village has two playgrounds- one located in the village center (Downtown) and one located at the school. The school yard and playground may be used freely outside of school hours, which are 8 am to 1 pm.
Learn & Explore
The visiting kids program operates Mon-Fri from 8am-1pm and includes fun activities like arts and crafts, nature walks, stories, games, and adventures.
Visiting kids are welcome to join the Forest Kids Camp program on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.
What should I pack for my family?
Clothes: The weather in PachaMama is usually warm year-round. Make sure you pack lots of light, short clothes, as well as a few warmer options for the occasional chilly evening.
It is advisable to also bring one or more sets of white clothes.
Shoes: Flip-flops or sandals are the most practical choice. Rubber boots are recommended during the rainy season (May-November).
Diapers: Parents of diaper-wearing children, please bring eco-friendly, biodegradable diapers or cloth diapers. PachaMama is an eco-community, aspiring to minimize its impact on the environment as much as possible. Please be mindful of this while you pack and plan your trip.
Mosquito repellent can be bought in the village shop.
Should my children be vaccinated for anything before traveling to PachaMama?
Please consult your children’s physician for advice on vaccinations specific to Central America.
Do I need to rent a car for my stay in PachaMama?
It is highly recommended to rent a car or ATV while in PachaMama. Since it is nestled on a hillside, the village isn’t easy to get around by foot with kids in tow.
Family Accommodation: Double Casitas, Bungalows and Villas offer families a variety of accommodation options for different budgets.
The Jungle Shop provides fresh organic produce, dry goods, personal care and natural remedies.