Blog Archives
“Life on the Frontier” is a glimpse into the lives of Kalu Yala’s adventure-driven, Spring 2012 Interns as they begin their epic voyage in this unique social experiment — building, conducting research, charting their observations, establishing community relations, and finding comfort in their new humble abode. Once again, we welcome you to the junglescapes of [...]  Read More
Kalu Yala’s Spring 2012 semester kicked off with large ideas AND personalities. This semester’s group of interns hail from all over the globe — including Finland, France, and Korea. Peek the filmic prelude to their great beginnings in Panama, as they leave the pink corridors of Hispania and head to San Miguel and the Valley [...]  Read More
Experience adventure on the Pacora River with us as we share an epic story from the Summer 2011 semester. Kalu Yala's Creative Director, Sarah Tyler, presents the short "Ragin' Rivers: Story of the Pacora."  Read More
Halloween Fundraiser at Relic
Typically Halloween is a time to dress up, eat candy until your stomach hurts and watch pee-your-pants scary movies.  Of course this years Halloween has all of that,  but a couple of nights ago, on the Saturday before Halloween, the Community Outreach interns combined forces with a popular backpackers’ hostel in Panama City, Luna’s Castle, [...]  Read More
Sarah Tyler, Kalu Yala's Creative Director, presents KALU YALA'S SPRING 2012 INTERNSHIP TRAILER! Watch to experience what the secret's all about. The past, the present, the trials, the triumphs, and all of it encapsulated. We are currently accepting Interns for our upcoming Spring semester beginning January 16th, 2012. Peek the preview!  Read More
Waterfall on the way to the head of the spring
Biology Intern, George, describes the biology team's hike in the forest in search of a freshwater source for the Kalu Yala basecamp.  Read More
The Kalu Yala Intern Experience
Kalu Yala presents: THE KALU YALA INTERN EXPERIENCE. Our compilation video highlights the Spring 2011 Intern Programs and their current projects invested in Community Outreach, Education, Design/Build Construction, and Biology Research.  Read More
Max Cooper goes on a business trip into the Valley with Bradley Wilson and Sarah Tyler to discuss plans for Basecamp and to speak with local land owners.  Read More
The Kalu Yala mujeres
Sarah Tyler is back and brooding in Brooklyn. Read on as she updates the world with photos, videos, and short memoirs of her time spent in Panama City and on Kalu Yala grounds. From rock-ridden paths to mermaid lagoons to helicopter wings, she stomped through Panama on all sorts of natural platforms. Although massive amounts of editing are in pursuit, Sarah cannot wait to book her next ticket and continue on adventures with the Kalu Yala crew!   Read More
Kalu Yala Women Unite!
Give a warm welcome to Sarah Tyler! She is a photographer, media specialist and videographer- look forward to her posts on the website!  Read More