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Pomarrosa is a family-run organic farm that practices community ecotourism, agro-tourism and environmental education. Here they grow cocoa, coffee, and organic fruits. A day at La Finca Organica Pomarrosa is an unforgettable learning experience.
You have the opportunity to have intimate contact with nature and as you discover this natural world you learn about yourself too.
“We travel, initially, to lose ourselves; and we travel, next to find ourselves. We travel to open our hearts and eyes and learn more about the world than our newspapers will accommodate.
People come here not only to experience the culture but with a strong intention to dive deeper into the meaning of their lives, to explore new possibilities without the pressure of old beliefs and assumptions or the limitations of a schedule and responsibilities.
They come here to enhance, not escape, their lives. They see travel as an opportunity to learn, to grow, change and transform.
I'm sure you've heard the saying: "Building the bike while riding it." That's what I feel we've been doing here at Quinta Oasis. Every day brings something new to do or a new idea that we want to incorporate or a solution to a challenge we've been facing.
We've come to the realization that Quinta Oasis is a like a living being - always shifting, changing, evolving, always a work in progress...growing as more people come and experience our convivencia approach where we share our way of life with our guests and all of us are changed by being in community with one another.
I’ve always believed that travel was where I could meet myself.
Travel opens your mind and heart to new perspectives, new adventures, new ways of experiencing your life and the world.
We built Quinta Oasis to be a safe, comfortable place – to explore the natural world of Ecuador and to take a journey inward to discover yourself anew. Of course we offer our homes as vacation rentals. And…
Here’s the surprise.
Experience has taught me to be prepared as I travel through Ecuador, or any other foreign and less developed country. Here are twelve things I recommend you should always have with you when you travel through this beautiful country.
As we begin 2018, we'd like to share how wonderful the holidays were here at Quinta Oasis and just in time to get you out of the FREEZING COLD, a few offers to entice you to warmer weather!
Announcing the winner of our free stay giveaway....and much more!
Every so often we take a day off and visit a local community to experience their culture, gastronomy and lifestyle. The communities we visit are humble and heart-centered. I’m always pleasantly surprised by how open the people we visit are. They open their homes to us, sharing stories about their lives and their history. They take extra care to cook their local cuisine, infusing it with spice, pride and love, secret ingredients I find in every kitchen I’ve entered on these trips.
Last week we visited Pisloy, specifically Tataniche (Father of the Night), a small community 40 minutes outside of Jipijapa. We went with our friend Don Jorge Salazar of Proturisco, an organization that we work with to support community tourism. Upon arriving at the community center we were met with the community elder, Clever, who became our host and guide for the day.
An update on what's going on at Quinta Oasis, May 2017. Stay tuned for a free stay giveaway and grand opening discounts on group retreats in November 2017.