Onsite Community Support

Sustainable Bolivia supports local and international volunteers interested in making a lasting and sustainable impact in the Aquicuana Reserve and two rural communities. We work hard to arrange a mutually beneficial volunteer experience.

Our Onsite Community Support volunteer program is for volunteers that are looking forward to donate their time and skills to our community at the Aquicuana Reserve and it’s surroundings.

Whatever your age, skills, experience or level of Spanish, you can make a positive contribution our cause. We welcome all volunteers with enthusiasm and commitment towards the project you are going to work on.

We’re looking forward to expand and make more space for volunteers at the Aquicuana Reserve. We’re also interested in making as little ecological impact as possible, that’s why we want to develop a permacultural garden. On the other hand, we want our community to be able to access activities that can benefit their general well-being, like yoga and meditation, cooking with a nutritional emphasis, workshops, etc.

The volunteer positions available in this area are:

  • Chef – Nutritionist
  • Yoga Teacher
  • Permacultural Gardener
  • Construction and Maintenance
However, our volunteering programs are always open to different types of talents and skills. Contact us to let us know more a little bit about yourself and how you can contribute to a more sustainable ecological and social development in the Bolivian Amazon.
Each image will tell you a little bit more about our different volunteer positions.

Chef - Nutritionist

Create healthy recipes that can be cooked on a large scale. Teach kitchen skills to older children/adults/staff. Plan weekly menus that ensuring quality nutrition for each individual.

Yoga Teacher

Prepare and implement daily yoga/meditation classes for patients in the retreat, volunteers and rural communities. Help and coordinate with the educators and teachers of the community to invite teenagers to this practice.

Permacultural Gardener

Help establish a new permaculture site in the Aquicuana Reserve. Design and lead training workshops. Collect and germinate seeds, manage and create a strategy for crop rotation, composting and soil production.

Construction and Maintenance

Support construction work at the Aquicuana Reserve, organize all storage tools and materials, paint murals, impart workshops and do projects with rural schools.