Are You A Wild Child? Wild Child Village, Ayampe Ecuador

In the heart of La Reserva Manabi ocean view community on the coast of Ecuador, Wild Child Village sits high in the jungle overlooking a magnificent view of the Pacific. Wild Child Village is the premier eco-retreat center in the coastal surf town of Ayampe, Ecuador.

Wild Child Village is a unique one of a kind modular design

Wild Child Village is a unique one of a kind modular design created by Penda Sustainable Architecture Group designed to serve as a bridge to connect nature, culture and people. Wild Child Village will feature the latest in sustainable practices, renewable technology and permaculture design. From wellness and yoga retreats, sustainability workshops, weddings, bird watching and surf adventures, Wild Child Village will curate all inclusive retreats designed to help un-plug, de-stress and recharge you on your life’s journey. Some of the green technology Wild Child Village will include is – solar panels, grey water system, biogas, compostable toilets and organic gardens. The property also has bananas, papaya, coffee, cacao, moringa, avocados, mango, kale and other fruits, vegetables and herbs growing throughout the village.

Un-plug, de-stress and recharge on your life’s journey

Created by Award-Winning filmmaker, Brett Mazurek, who was inspired by one of his latest documentaries on sustainability, “The Future of Energy” to create a completely self-sustained, Zero Net Energy village. The goal is to inspire through transformational experiences and symbiotic relationships within a sustainable community. After 15 months of production and working with people in the sustainability field such as environmentalist, Bill McKibben, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford University, Mark Z. Jacobson, Eco-Philosopher, Joanna Macy and walking with 400 thousand people at The People’s Climate March in NYC,  Brett knew he wanted to build an eco-friendly, sustainable village that people could come, unplug and have an immersive experience in a unique environment that takes participants out of their everyday box.

Two years later, Brett linked up with award winning Architectural Firm Penda to create a design that blends Modern tech with Cultural Wisdom. CEO, Chris Precht, and his team came up with a unique one of a kind modular design based on Native American teepees built with bamboo, rope and recycled materials that allow the structure to become an element that eventually grows into the environment.

La Reserva Manabi and Wild Child Village are excited to present a greener approach to development and lifestyle in Ayampe. Come see for yourself why La Reserva Manabi is quickly becoming a premier destination for a new green, sustainable living community.


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Brian Ebner

Brian Ebner

Brian heads up the information technology, communications and web marketing at Coastal Living Ecuador. He travels between Colorado and Ecuador, following his passions: real estate on the Ecuador coast, the snow, the surf, and music production.

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