There are multiple ways to visit our Earthsong locations to partake in an experience of inner and outer exploration. Whether you come to rest, retreat, learn, or work you’ll be immersed in the local ecology. In an effort to make travel, higher learning, and holistic healing more inclusive, Earthsong offers all offerings and activities accessible by donations. We are a 501(c)(3) organization and all charitable contributions are a personal tax deduction and go towards nurturing the land and expanding our outreach programs. If you’re thinking of visiting, here a few things to consider for off-grid, eco-living and sharing space in a natural environment:
1. Energy Conservation: We are solar and wind powered, working in harmony with the elements to live in a natural environment. Because of this one must be mindful of their energy consumption. Consider bringing your own solar powered batteries for charging devices as well as flashlight/headlamp.
2. UnPlug: We encourage our visitors to detox from their devices and to take full advantage of their time here. We suggest this because with less interference one can hear the song of the earth in their own hearts. Thus, we do not have Wi-Fi internet. If you would like to use laptops/Wi-Fi devices beyond your phone signal you may bring your own hot spot device.
3. Sharing Space: Living in nature means you are sharing the space with other creatures including geckos, bugs, birds, and frogs. Be prepared to notice their presence, especially in the evening. Take precautions to keep doors/windows closed when the sun goes down and bring mosquito repellent/ointment with you. While you have space to yourself you are also sharing space with other humans and the earth itself. Be respectful, responsible, pick up after yourself, and leave no trace.
4. Nature’s Rules: Nature is alive and speaking to us. Sometimes her words come in heavy rains so be prepared with rain boots, warm clothes, and an adaptable attitude.
Panama Homestead Location:
6 month minimum.
Indoor bathroom has flush toilet and gas powered shower/bath. Knowledge of Intermediate Spanish is recommended.
This one bedroom, completely open air home feels like a treehouse situated in the canopy of hundred year old trees about 20 meters(70 feet) above a gorgeous river in the Highlands of the Republic of Panama in the countryside, 3 miles (5km) from a small town and 33 miles (55km) from a small city. The property boasts a rooftop garden growing leafy greens such as spinach and katuk and there is also 2 acres of fruit trees and perennial crops growing across from the house, up the hill with breathtaking views of an extinct volcano, Cerro Tute.
If you are interested to find out more or to inquire about a future stay at our Panama location please contact us via this form