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Lets get ready to reactivate our "New Life"

Our nature-inspired Journeys: Will enable us to reconnect with our "Pachamama"and share Ancestral Knowledge of our native species of plants, shrubs, the amazing world of Amphibians...and Birds.

Our Reforestation Journeys: In amazing hidden areas of our Ecuadorian Andes, beginning with Azuay and CaƱar Provinces. Come with us and the communities, sharing a moment that will last a lifetime. Let's reforest native species of trees and shrubs. Together as a team for conservation and sustainable development of these areas:

- Shuguill (Gualaceo)
- San Miquel de Putushi
- Soldados (Yanuncay River)
- Cojitambo & Ingapirca
- Chobshi & Sig-Sig

Our Arquitectural Rural Treasures: Come discover with us in surrounding rural communities of Cuenca amazing 100 yr old adobe homes, some abandoned, others just forgotten in time. We will be learning or having a workshop of how adobe blocks are created. We will all participate. Give yourself an opportunity to see the amazing locations of these beautiful architectural heritage adobe houses.

Our Ancestral Huerta: We will share with you the ancestral wisdom of healing plants and learn vegetable gardening. With weekly workshops we will learn how to cultivate plants that we can use to heal our different symptoms and get our body healthy. While we learn this our spirit will be rejuvenated. Nature has a healing effect. Our plots of land are located in the Azuay Province where you can rent a piece for family or friends and spend some quality time cultivating your own vegetables and medicinal healing plants.

Have a great new month, September.

Moon party: El Tambo in the feast of the autumn equinox gives the warmest welcome to all visitors who wish to share this celebration. This festival has been promoted to rescue ancestral traditions, which promote tourism in Ecuador.

The Killa Raymi or the festival of the moon is the Andean festival of femininity and sowing, an event that takes place every September 22.
This ancestral calendar coincides with the soil preparation and the beginning (placing of the seeds) of the crops. In this Andean festivity the moon and the earth are thanked for their fertility, the Pachamama or Mother Earth is thanked for receiving the corn seed. Many researchers point out that an important event was precisely religious belief and dates were established in their calendar that at a certain time coincided with the observation of the passage of the stars and their behavior in the sowing.


Cuenca, Ecuador. Sept., 2020

Martin Avila:  098 848 5695