Chris and Daniel’s impression of the accommodation was also thoroughly positive. The volunteers have their own house with walls made from bricks so that it very well retains the tropical heat from outside. In the house itself you can find two shared rooms with an en-suite bathroom. Every room has a normal bed and a bunk bed so that two people share a room and overall four people stay in the house. There is also a small living room where you can sit together. “You shouldn’t expect a luxurious accommodation: the house is small and very simple, but it has everything you need.” A rich buffet is awaiting you in the staff restaurant, close to the volunteer house. Volunteers get breakfast, lunch, and dinner here every day. Vegetarian diet is definitely possible – however, especially meat and fish eaters will get their money’s worth.
If you haven’t forgotten your loved ones at home despite this unique nature that lets you easily leave your everyday life behind, you can use the WIFI in the office of our partner to get in contact with family and friends.
What should also be said: You don’t have to fear any tropical diseases or poisonous animals. Thus, running barefoot is no problem at all.