La Casa Pachamama
- Iquitos, Loreto, Peru Send center a message
La Casa Pachamama is a natural medicine center based in the Amazon rainforest near Iquitos, Peru. Our shaman has 26 years of experience in the entwined traditions of medicine and spirituality in this extraordinary area of unparalleled biodiversity. We offer accomodation, tours of the jungle, natural medicine including kambo, nunu, ayahuasca ceremonies, specialized treatments and diets, and interpretation in English, French and Spanish.
Thank you Oana and Manuel, my amazonian family, for hosting, taking tremendous care, and reconnecting me to nature and to my own roots. — Eli Braverman
Venue HighlightsWe are mainly working with traditional medicine, offering the house as a healing place, but we also have a spacious place for the guests, as well as a large kitchen with all the utilities, water and electricity at 24 h with solar panels and hygienic services.
- Free Wifi
- Tour Assistance
Menu/CuisineThe menu will be entirely vegan or vegetarian, made with local sustainable products and adapted to the clients' diet.
AccommodationsWe offer individual bungalows equipped with king sized beds, desk, electricity and a lovely view of the Amazon river.
DirectionsOur eco-lodge is located in the Amazon river between the community of El Milagro and Independencia, at approx. 30 minutes distance by boat from the Bellavista Nanay port. We offer transport from the airport to the lodge.
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Adam Ryan June 27, 2018
I stayed at La Casa Pachamama for thirty days to complete a dieta with the master plant, ayahuma. This plant is little known in the anthropological literature, so I was delighted to make acquaintance with this powerful teacher, and to receive guidance from a curandero as kind and knowledgeable as Manuel. Manuel and Oana were very accommodating, and had the goodness to allow me to extend my stay beyond my financial means in order to allow me to complete the full length of my dieta. The location is beautiful. The food was good and plentiful (gracias, Manuel). The kambo healing is a must-try, and Manuel is a skillful facilitator of ceremonies. Their ayahuasca is not too strong, and I would recommend it for anyone looking for a gentle (relatively gentle) experience of this magical plant medicine. - Adam David Ryan