Aquicuana Reserve, Bolivia
Pisatahua Ecolodge is a sacred space in the Bolivian Amazon to access plant medicines, including ayahuasca.
Found in the heart of the Aquicuana Reserve, our 80-hectare center is situated in an area of impressive biodiversity.
This breathtaking location provides an ideal environment to heal, expand consciousness, and connect with the wonders of the Amazon.
We organize master plant ceremonies, with ancient medicines including ayahausca, wachuma (san pedro), rape, tobacco and coca.
We facilitate shamanic diets to learn and heal with traditional plant medicines in close consultation with our healers.
We organize small-group retreats to ensure that each individual receives the personalized attention they require.
Our healers come from diverse backgrounds of wisdom-traditions from the Bolivian Amazon and Andes.
They are responsible and respected community members, dedicated to the shamanic path, with decades of experience.
Alongside our support staff, we hold small-group retreats with honor, safety and respect.
Upcoming Retreat Dates (10-Day Diets)
|August 31 - September 9, 2019||View Details||2||Register|
|September 24 - October 3, 2019||View Details||2||Register|
|October 26 - November 4, 2019||View Details||2||Register|
|November 27 - December 6, 2019||View Details||8||Register|
|January 18 - 27, 2020||View Details||10||Register|
|February 21 - March 1, 2020||View Details||8||Register|
|March 27 - April 5, 2020||View Details||8||Register|
Pisatahua was sustainably constructed with locally-sourced, natural materials, while minimizing the removal of vegetation. The center employs energy and water conservation measures and waste recycling programs. Through our non-profit extensions, we helped secure the protection of over 20,000 hectares of Rainforest.
We believe in reciprocity and are committed to partnering with our neighbors to support the maintenance of our land and traditions. Proceeds from our retreat assist community development programs including environmental sanitation efforts, reforestation projects, and the provision of scholarships.