Ayahuasca in Bolivia

The Bolivian Amazon

Pisatahua is a plant-medicine ayahuasca retreat, located in a remote area of the Bolivian Amazon.

Found in the heart of the Aquicuana Lake Reserve, the 80 hectare center is situated in one of the most biodiverse areas of the world.

This idyllic setting provides a comfortable environment for those seeking a responsible way to explore the Amazon, while safely working with traditional plant medicines.

Plant Medicine

Pisatahua's healers are responsible and respected community members, dedicated to the shamanic path, with decades of experience. 

Our staff and facilitators are support specialists, providing guidance and personalized assistance throughout your journey.

Pisatahua receives a maximum of 8 guests per retreat to ensure that each individual receives the personal attention they require on their unique path of awakening and healing.  

A Bolivian shaman and his daughter preparing to lead the ayahuasca ceremony.
Nutrition
Nutrition

Guests receive fresh-organic-local food that follows a traditional ayahuasca diet, while maximizing taste & nutritional value.

Activities
Activities

Activities include ayahuasca ceremonies, guided nature hikes, canoe rides, floral baths, & meditation/ yoga classes. (All activities are optional).

Safety
Safety

The well-being of our guests is our number one priority and we operate with rigorous health and safety protocol.

Our Location
Our Location

Pisatahua is located in Northern Bolivia on 80 hectares of Amazonian Rainforest inside the Aquicuana Lake Reserve.

Non-Profit
Non-Profit

Pisatahua helps fund and organize projects through our sister non-profits "Fundación Amazonia" and "Sustainable Bolivia".

Our Facilities
Our Facilities

Guests can choose to stay in lake-view cabins with private bathrooms and showers; or in isolation cabins located deeper in the jungle.

Environment  

Pisatahua was sustainably constructed with locally-sourced, natural materials, while minimizing the removal of vegetation.  The center employs energy and water conservation measures, waste recycling programs and water treatment systems.  Through our non-profit extensions, we helped secure the protection of over 20,000 hectares of Rainforest. 

 

Community

Pisatahua is locally owned and managed. 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.  

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    Enrollment is open to anyone with sincere intentions.  Applicants are screened to ensure their own safety.