Eco Village-Eco Truly Park

About Us

Eco Truly Park is a beautiful Peruvian Pacific coast ecological, self-sufficient and artistic community. Residents and volunteers live together according to principles of non-violence, which is a core principle here, and visitors can learn and experience how it is possible to live happily in harmony with nature, others, and themselves.

The architecture and values of the community is in part inspired by Indian traditional teachings and lifestyle, and we are the first lively ecological educational centre of Peru. We have inspired similar successful projects in neighbouring countries such as Chile, Ecuador, Colombia and Bolivia.

Our community is strategically located in Chacra y Mar beach, a district of Aucallama in the province of Huaral, one hour (63 km) north of the capital city, Lima.

In the last 18 years we have developed a unique organic awareness cultivation and ecological program ran by an increasing number of members and volunteers. The community is 2.5 m above sea level and consisted previously of completely sandy , unworkable land. Today our community is visited by the population of Lima and international visitors, who are able to experience an alternative way of life. The surrounding area of the Huaral province has thus been influenced positively in terms of the ecological consciousness of its people.

Through recent professional studies, Eco Truly Park programs have become a model of sustainable alternative solutions for the extreme poverty of more than half of the Peruvian citizens (over 14 million people) living in rural and urban marginalised villages.

Nowadays, Eco Truly Park is also recognized as an important tourist destination by regional government and the Peruvian media, receiving over 75,000 visitors since it started 18 years ago. Please drop in anytime to, enjoy our ecological lodging (hotel), gardens and restaurant--our doors are always wide open and everything is very reasonably priced! Otherwise drop us a line for volunteering or any query...


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