What would you experience?
Our biggest motivation is to invite visitors to heal and rejoice our culture. We are humble people that walk this live in prayer and great devotion to our mother earth. We know that we are mother earth herself, and know that many have forgotten this wisdom. Her ancestral voice speaks through us and is asking to share our sacredness to the rest of the world.
Mother Earth has been grieving many of her children for generations, and is asking the elders to guide this children back to her. We are in need of collective healing, so that soon we all get to return and feel home. Our medicines will open you to this knowledge and take you on a healing journey that will impact your family, ancestors, and generation to come. You will experience our culture, medicines, land, nature spirits, and a profound spiritual awakening that will reorient your life and those around you.
Experience fun and healing moments.
Ayahuasca tourism has led many visitor to ask for our traditional medicine and our goal is to educate visitors about the importance of our culture and the environment as part of the medicine we offer. We are interested that visitor to get to know us, experience who we are, and receive the healing of our ancestors, whether they participate in our sacred ceremonies or stay for the many activities we offer.
In addition to our traditional ceremonies, we offer nature walks and long treks, visit to sacred sites, rivers, and waterfalls, boat rides a long the Napo river, bird sightseeing, participation in our cultural events, mud and herbal steam baths, learning walks about our medical plants, market shopping, and plenty of moments to hang out with our community members while cooking, chatting, and sitting around the fire, or for you to explore your own solitude and contemplate nature.
Food and Lodging
Experience local healthy food and peaceful lodging.
Our land is part of the national reserve “Los llanganates,” founded in 1996 to protect the natural and cultural biodiversity. This reserve is 219.931 hectares and includes the region of Cotopaxi, Napo, Pastaza, and Tungurahua. We are blessed to be part of this biodiversity and be surrender by so many natural resources. We enjoy healthy ecosystems such as waterfalls, rivers, vegetation,
mountains, and all sort of animal that are the source of our local food and most of the building material in our community.
Our meals consist of products from our gardens and chemical-free products from the local market. The meals are traditional to our community and are based on grains, cooked vegetables, some fresh fish and eggs. We produce a lot of yuca and plantain, so most dishes will have a side of these. Vegetarian, vegans, and other food preference could be accommodated.
Our lodge offer wooden rustic cabins with bathroom and shower either single or double occupancy. All our cabins come with window screens, mosquito nets, clean lines, and towels. Our simple cabins come with a bed and some shelves, and our deluxe cabins come with. some extra furniture and decoration that is crafted locally and conveys our culture.
Our community cabins have electricity and water comes from fresh rain reservoirs. Our jungle cabins run on water that comes from the spring, and we use candles, solar panels, and when needed a generator.