13 day Ayahuasca Retreat
- Feather Crown
- Tena, Provincia de Napo, Ekvádor
- Mar 11 - 23, 2019 (13 days)
Welcome to our kichwa family! Our work is a life mission and we have an experience of 10 years with hosting such events. We strive to be at service on your spiritual journey and help you to achieve more balance and improve your mental, physical and energetic health. Our events are not "tourist" experiences. Our private center is build specifically to be in harmony with the plant medicine work. The jungle that surrounds the lodge is the home of the Ayahuasca plant that that we grow reciprocially. While you stay at the center, you will not be disturbed by noise of civilization, community or workers, only thousands of hectars of beautiful nature. Groups are limited to 12 participants allowing the work to be very personal. In our ceremonies, women are respected and the environment is free of sexual advances. No use alcohol is permitted at the lodge. The ceremonial leader deeply cares for the wellbeing of all participants, follows ancestral traditions and is and expert in leading Ayahuasca rituals. The leader drinks ayahuasca together with participants and sings "icaros" during the night. The medicine is properly brewed, using only two plants, the Ayahuasca vine and an admixture leaves, which results in strong healing experience. Translations to/from English, Spanish and Czech are available. With us, you are on the safe side from the moment you board the private bus until the moment you arrive back at your airport hotel.
Join this all-inclusive retreat to participate in five powerful ceremonies, one with jungle tobacco and four with Ayahuasca, led by a qualified ceremonial leader. Receive four purification baths with medicinal plants of the rainforest. Go on several guided excursions to the jungle to learn about plants and animals. Visit a giant ceibo tree in the depths of the forest. Connect with the power of a majestic waterfall used for initiation of healers. Create your own Ayahuasca power talisman. Enjoy delicious local fish, or vegetarian/vegan cuisine with fresh vegetables, tropical fruit and local organic food. Rest in the beautiful Sacred River center surrounded by lush jungle next to a crystalline river with sandy beaches. English-speaking ceremonial leader or assistant available. Includes private transport from/to Quito/airport.
Beautiful and tranquil space for deep work with sacred plants
- Included in the price:
- Private transport from Quito center or Quito airport to the lodge and back
- Accommodation in a double-bed room for 12 nights
- 1 Tobacco and 4 Ayahuasca ceremonies
- 4 medicinal plant baths
- Individual cleansing sessions during the Ayahuasca ritual
- 4 guided jungle excursions, including one to a sacred waterfall
- All transportation, fees and entrances
- Visit of a nearby indigenous communities, cultural presentation
- All meals and drinks (delicious vegetarian or vegan cuisine)
- 4 Questions & answers sessions with the ceremony leader
- The group is limited to 12 participants.
- Not included:
- Airfare to/from Quito, Ecuador
- Any extra nights or extra ceremonies
- Extra treatments of specific ilnesses with other medicinal plants
- Gifts or products that you purchase
- Lunch on your way to/from Quito
- Can be arranged for an extra fee:
- Extra nights at the center
- Extra Ayahuasca ceremonies
- Private accommodation in a single-bed room
Venue HighlightsYou are wecome to visit our newly built center "Sacred River" located deep in the Amazonian mountain forest in the province of Pastaza, Ecuador, about 4 hours from the Quito Airport. It offers quiet, beautiful and comfortable space for Ayahuasca ceremonies and healing therapies with rainforest plants. It has been founded by Jan Rostlinka, ceremonial leader who is passionate about the protection of rainforest and runs own Rainforest protection and reforestation project.
The center owns 23 hectares of private land bordering with the Llanganates National Park. It sits on the banks of the Piatua river, one of the cleanest rivers on the planet, surrounded by thousands of hectares of pristine forests. This location is unique, energetically pure and isolated from the distractions of the civilization.
ScheduleDay 1: Private transport from Quito center or Tababela (a town near the Quito Airport) in the morning. Five hour ride to the Amazon healing center with stops for lunch and photographs of attractive sites. Arrival at the lodge, getting to know the place and each other, rest.
Day 2: Walk in th garden getting to know Ayahuasca and other sacred and medicinal plants, with explanations of their use. In the night, an energy-straightening and cleansing tobacco ceremony led by Jan Rostlinka.
Day 3: Hands-on preparation of the Ayahuasca brew.
Day 4: Guiged jungle walk in the morning to learn about medicinal and useful plants of the forest and to visit part of the forest which hold shamanic power. In the evening a preparatory session before the 1st Ayahuasca ceremony in the night.
Day 5: Rejuvenating bath in medicinal plant water. Questions & answers session about last ceremony. Free time to bathe in the sacred river. Create your Ayahuasca power talisman from jungle fibers and seeds.
Day 6: Guided jungle walk in the morning to see Ceibo, the tallest Amazon tree. In the night, 2nd Ayahuasca ceremony.
Day 7: Rejuvenating bath in medicinal plant water. Questions & answers session about last ceremony. Free time to bathe in the sacred river. Continue creating your Ayahuasca power talisman from jungle fibers and seeds.
Day 8: Trek to a sacred waterfall in the jungle early in the morning. In the afternoon, visit a nearby indigenous community and participate in their traditional dance. Photograph free range monkeys. 3rd Ayahuasca ceremony.
Day 9: Rejuvenating bath in medicinal plant water. Questions & answers session about last ceremony. Free time to bathe in the sacred river. Create your ceremonial rattle from the jungle materials.
Day 10: Guided jungle walk in the morning. In the night, the 4th Ayahuasca ceremony.
Day 11: Rejuvenating bath in medicinal plant water. Questions & answers session about last ceremony. Free time to bathe in the sacred river. Continue creating your ceremonial rattle from the jungle materials.
Day 12: Learn about different rainforest products and their medicinal or sacred use in a session with Jan Rostlinka. Optional: Facultative visit to an interesting site.
Day 13: Departure in the morning. Transport to Quito center / Tababela / airport by a private bus.
- Includes Meat
- Gluten Free
- Dairy Free
- Nut Free