Volunteer with Inka Terra Asociación (ITA)

Inka Terra Asociación (ITA)

Puerto Maldonado, Peru, South America

Promovemos el conocimiento y la conservación de la biodiversidad de la Amazonía peruana.

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Conservation in Amazonian Rainforest
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Inkaterra Asociación invites you to take part in the Volunteer Program at Inkaterra Guides Field Station, to live the experience of conservation work and sustainable development in the field, within different areas offered by the Amazonian biodiversity of Madre de Dios and to promote the investigation.

As a volunteer, you will be integrated in the following projects:

 Conservation of Amazonian palms
 Maintenance of Amazonian crops in Biohuerto and organic farms
 Establishment and management of forest nurseries
 Wildlife monitoring with trap cameras
 Monitoring of avifauna by sighting and ringing
 Breeding and monitoring of Churos (Amazonian snails)
 Registration and processing of monitoring data
 Environmental education
 Projects with communities

When & Who

All year
Yes, we require a minimum of 1 Week
Maximum stay: 3 months

What we Provide

Transfer in/out from airport to our lodge.
Some excursions

Our Fees


Volunteering fees of $50 per day. This amount includes accommodations, meals and all fees related to the projects management and employees remuneration. It is a not-for-profit organization.

Contact Person

Ximena Heredia - Volunteering Coordinator
Madre De Dios River Km17, Puerto Madonado, Puerto Maldonado, Peru.

Additional Info about Us

Up to 5 people

Inkaterra Asociación is an NGO conceived to promote research and conservation of Peru's natural and cultural resources.

Within its activities, Inkaterra Asociación conducts environmental education, the creation of field stations for biological research and the protection, management and sustainable use of natural resources in the Andes and the Amazonian forests of Peru.


What are you waiting for?

We at Inka Terra Asociación (ITA) would love to hear from you!