Troughout the year, innumerable young people, students and all types of persons from around the world visit our park so they can have a fully enlivening experience with all of us in our volunteer programmes (national and international).
This program is quite ideal for those who want to experience an eco-village way of life, taking part in sustainable activities such as organic agriculture, eco-building, oriental art & philosophy, mystic tourism, gardening, veg cooking, and, at the same time, meeting many interesting new friends and experiencing the peaceful harmony that yoga and meditation will give to your self.
Volunteers work for 4 1/2 hours a day mainly during the morning, in different activities such as organic gardening, veg cooking, eco building, etc. In the afternoon they have free time to participate in the various activities that the park offers (yoga, meditation, music-therapy, pranayama, walks, philosophy talks, movies, etc).
So in this way, volunteers from all over the world come to the park to discover their skills, get in contact with mother earth, helping us to improve our community, knowing local people, learning spanish and enjoying this unique and attractive experience.
How to get:
How to get to the Park from BA: The best way to get to the Park is by taking bus number 57 Atlántida from Plaza Miserere (also known as Plaza Once) heading for Luján by highway, get off at the bus stop La Serenísima (50 minutes, $AR 30 approximately), be sure to ask the driver to let you off or he will drive by the stop. About 100 meters away you will see a petrol station called Petrobras (beyond the bridge), on the opposite side of the ride off the petrol station there is a taxi agency called Auto Centro where you can get a cab, ask for Eco Yoga Park in Mi Rincón (15 minutes, $AR 65 approximately). For the buses you need the SUBE card, you can get in the city, it`s not difficult.
By Car: Take the freeway heading West towards Luján.
Get off at exit 47 km. 150 meters after the toll booth, pass under the bridge and then take a right hand turn towards Las Malvinas-Ruta 24. Once you arrive at the bridge, take a right turn crossing above towards the western access for 2.5 km. Cross the passage way towards Ruta 7 and continue straight for 4 km until the end of the road (calle Corrientes). There you will find Ruta 24 where you will take a left and continue until the 48,900 km mark (approx. 5 kms). Next, take a right on calle Junín (this is an unpaved road in front of a kiosco, called “La despensa de coco” with a yellow advertisement). Continue for 1000 meters until you see the Eco Yoga Park on the right hand side.
From Ezeiza International Airport (Pistarini): From the International Airport (Pistarini, Ezeiza) the best way to get to the Park is to take a taxi, it is at 100 km and the ride takes 1 hour. The best option is to contact us in advance to organize a driver to pick you up at the airport, they will carry a sign with your name, and will be waiting for you in the arrival hall. This option will be safer, and they are sure to know how to get to the park, ask for the cost sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can pay at the park in either currency. In case of flight delays there is an additional cost of USD 20 per hour.
By taxi from Buenos Aires: The best option if you are planning to come via taxi from Buenos Aires would be to contact us in advance, so we can organize a taxi to pick you up in BA. It is the safest, and easiest option because if we organize the pick up the driver will know how to get you to the park, the trip takes an hour and the driver can pick you up from the place of your choosing.
*** For reservations or in case of any doubts you can call us at our mobile: 011-1565070577. You can also send us an e-mail to email@example.com – Ask for the cost***
Volunteers work for 4 1/2 hours a day in sustainable activities during the morning; the work consists of organic farming, helping in the kitchen, teaching English to members of the community, filming, and more. In the afternoon they are free to take part in the Park´s activities (hatha yoga, meditation with tibetan bells, music theraphy with oriental instruments, pranayama program, movies, etc.), or simply relax, read a book, or take a walk through the surrounding rural environment. All the year around, volunteers from all over the world come to the Park to discover their skills, get in contact with mother earth, help us improve our local community, get to know new people, learn Spanish and enjoy nature and the experience of living in our community.
In the afternoon they are free to take part in the Park´s activities (hatha yoga, meditation with tibetan bells, music theraphy with oriental instruments, pranayama program, movies, etc.), or simply relax, read a book, or take a walk through the surrounding rural environment. All the year around, volunteers from all over the world come to the Park to discover their skills, get in contact with mother earth, help us improve our local community, get to know new people, learn Spanish and enjoy nature and the experience of living in our community.
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