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A day in the life at PachaMama Eco Village is a tapestry of purposeful living, environmental mindfulness, and harmonious community interactions. It is a place where individuals come to learn, grow, and embrace a sustainable way of life.

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Read below what a day could look like in PachaMama.

A day in the life of a visitor - Morning

A day in the life of a visitor - Morning

6am: At PachaMama, a new day begins with purposeful activities and connections to nature and community. Stay in a Casita with forest views or an enclosed Cabina.

6:30am: Join one of our daily movement practices at one of our Shalas, Yoga, Pilates and Tai Chi are available. Stretch and embrace the day.

7:45am: Take a peaceful walk to Wild Treats for a freshly prepared smoothie bowl with local ingredients, or to the Verde Restaurant to have breakfast with new friends who quickly become family.

9am: Explore your inner landscape and the abundant nature. Join workshops like “Freedom From The Past” or “Silence – Music – Prayer.” Beach buses are also available for a slow-paced visit to the local beach.

11AM: Attend an info session for the upcoming Silent Retreat, followed by a private breathwork session with a healing art facilitator.

A day in the life of a visitor - Afternoon

A day in the life of a visitor - Afternoon

12:30pm: Take a midday break and join the community at Verde Restaurant for a buffet-style lunch. Enjoy not only nourishment but also connection and conversations with PachaMama’s diverse community.

1:30pm: Explore the market at Wild Treats, showcasing creations from PachaMama residents, including earrings, clothing, and essential oils.

3pm: Refresh yourself by joining a friend for a walk to the river, where you can share songs and rejuvenate.

4pm: Participate in Ricky’s afternoon’s Pilates session at Osho Hall. Connect inwardly and practice with fellow participants.

5pm: Head to the internest to catch the sunset and connect with friends and family.

A day in the life of a visitor - Evening

A day in the life of a visitor - Evening

6:30pm: Every evening, the community gathers for a collective 45-minute Silent Sitting—an opportunity for a shared moment of inner reset and the gift of silence together.

7:15pm: Enjoy a diverse dinner at Verde Restaurant, featuring soups, vegan burgers, fresh salads sourced from PachaMama’s gardens, gluten-free pastas, and regional specialties.

8:15pm: As the day winds down, the village often hosts community gatherings and events, such as singing circles, open mic nights, ecstatic dance, and yoga nidra.

9pm: Nightfall unveils a star-studded sky, casting a gentle glow over the eco-village. Guests retreat to their cozy accommodations, seamlessly integrated into the natural environment.



PachaMama has a wide range of facilities designed to cater to various interests and pursuits. The vibrant heartbeat of community life echoes on the open football field, where weekly matches are held and PachaMama’s seasoned tennis pro offers private lessons on the tennis courts up in the hills.

A place for mind-body rejuvenation, the ice bath center welcomes participants for Wim Hof breathwork and cold plunges.
Meanwhile, the pottery studio offers a space those seeking creative expression, with private lessons available for all levels.

Embracing a holistic approach to well-being, PachaMama’s facilities foster a rich array of experiences for the community.



Nestled in the heart of lush green surroundings, lies PachaMama—a serene retreat where waking up to the symphony of nature is an everyday delight. Here, the gentle rustling of leaves and the melodic chirping of birds greet you at dawn, together with the sunset views.

As the first rays of the sun pierce through the canopy, the vibrant flora comes to life, filling the air with the refreshing scent of earth and life. In this oasis of tranquility, each day begins with a sense of connectedness to the natural world, rejuvenating both mind and soul.

From open-air Casitas nestled in the heart of nature to enclosed to AC rooms. Immerse yourself in the beauty of nature and rediscover the magic of waking up amidst its timeless rhythm.


Important Notes

Important Notes

To come as a visitor we ask for a minimum stay of 10 days so that a true taste of PachaMama can be experienced. Alternatively, a shorter stay of minimum 5 days is possible if you join a Workshop or Retreat. In order to make a visit as smooth as possible, PachaMama highly encourages all guests to arrange arrival at least one day prior to a workshop starting and to allow at least one day after the group ends before checking out.

No visiting pets are allowed due to safety concerns. We have wild animals, including snakes, raccoons, and large cats. Your pet’s safety is our priority. Thank you for understanding.

It is important to know that PachaMama is not considered to be an accessibility friendly site. The terrain is rugged with uneven trails that may have loose dirt, rocks, tree roots, and can be slippery when wet. If you anticipate difficulty navigating our property, kindly contact us with your concerns.

No Waste Policy. Please refrain from bringing tetra packs, plastic bags, straws, water bottles, wraps, foil, cans, and non-biodegradable hygiene products. The Jungle Shop provides eco-friendly alternatives for your food and hygiene needs.

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