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Nestled in a serene corner of the jungle, our center offers a tranquil retreat where simplicity meets comfort. We have taken great care to clear the land surrounding the buildings, ensuring your safety and peace of mind during your stay—no need to worry about encounters with snakes or jaguars. While mosquitos may occasionally visit at dusk, their presence is not overwhelming.

During your time with us, you will reside in your own charmingly painted bungalow. These cozy accommodations feature cement floors, screens to keep insects at bay, optional hammocks for relaxation, and private bathrooms equipped with toilets and showers. Please note that we do not have electricity or traditional Wi-Fi, but to keep you connected, we offer phone charging services and a dedicated cellphone hotspot. We encourage limiting phone usage during the retreat for a deeper experience.

In our shared space, we gather for nourishing breakfast, lunch, and dinner (excluding ceremony nights). All meals are lovingly prepared at home and included in the retreat package. Whether you follow a vegetarian, vegan, or have specific dietary needs due to allergies, we gladly cater to your preferences—just inform us in advance. During your stay, you'll adhere to the ayahuasca diet, which comprises low salt, low oil, no sugar, no coffee, pork/beef, or packaged foods. However, you'll enjoy wholesome options like fish, chicken, eggs, legumes, grains, fruits, and vegetables.

Our kitchen-dining building is not only a place to savor nourishing meals but also an excellent spot to mingle with our family and other retreat participants, forging meaningful connections. For the ceremonies, we gather in our beautiful temple, designed in the traditional style but with the added comfort of hardwood floors, ensuring a serene and sacred space for your transformative experiences.


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You may notice some photos show grass roofs and others show red metal. Weather patterns have been changing in the jungle with global climate change and storms have been getting more destructive. The grass roofs just haven't been able to stand up to the storms, so we decided to switch to the more hardy metal roofs. Though not quite as traditional, we think they add their own charm.

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