You will stay at the project manager's house, who is running the project and own's the property surrounding it. The house has two floors. One for Cesar and one for the volunteers but you do share one tiny bathroom. After breakfast with the project manager, you will by times have to walk the 20 minutes to the project side but usually the manager offers you a lift on his motorbike (or even lets you drive yourself). For lunch, when it is the hottest, you will return to the village and rest a bit before you return to the project until the sun sets.
Getting there around 8-9pm you will first be occupied with welcoming the tourist groups and informing them about the project and the animals (their story, their characteristics and their role in the ecosystem etc.). But no worries-- the project manager knows a great deal and most of the information is already written down for you. Personally, I enjoyed this the most and if you're outgoing, interested in improving your English and meeting people from all over the globe I'm sure you will too. When there is no group to guide you will help the project manager with improving or maintaining the project side, care for the animals or sometimes just explore the forest how you please. Really, how much and how hard you'll work depends on the season you're coming but more importantly on your willingness. But trust me, the more initiative you're showing, the more you will enjoy being able to see the project improving.
I will stop here since this is getting quite long but if you'd like to hear more feel free to contact me and I will gladly give you some more insights.
Best regards, Quirin Forster