Customized Retreat

We understand that not everyone is available for specific dates.  For that reason we provide guests the opportunity to make their own retreat schedule anywhere from 3 days to 6 months.  This Customized Retreat provides guests access to all of our plant medicine treatments over the course of their stay. Guests choose their arrival and departure dates, and we will design a program to meet their needs.

Retreat Overview

Our Customized Retreats provides individuals the opportunity to work closely with our healers, surrounded by incredible biodiversity.  Guests stay in spacious cabins with private bathroom and spectacular views of the Aquicuana Lake.  Customized retreats vary accoding to the unique needs of each guest; however, all will have access to the following:

• Pre-Arrival Support
• Airport Pick-up on Arrival
• Transportation to Lodge
• Spacious Accommodation in Lake-Front Cabins
All Food and Drink (Detox Shamanic Diet)
• Consultation with Healers
• Multi-Lingual Staff Support
• Coca-Leaf Readings (Seasonal)
• Small-Group Ayahuasca Ceremonies
• Tobacco Ceremony
Medicinal Plant Diets
• Yoga Classes & Guided Meditation (Seasonal)
Canoe/Boat Rides
• Guided Jungle Hikes
• Floral Baths
Integration Support
Retreat Cost

$180 usd per night for a private cabin
$140 usd per night for a two-person cabin (per person)

★ Retreat fees help fund community development and conservation projects.
Scholarships options are available for those in need.

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Payment Terms
• We accept payment online. Once your application is approved, we’ll issue you an invoice via email.
• Guests pay a deposit of 50% retreat cost to confirm their reservation. Guests can also pay the full retreat amount.
• New COVID-19 terms for cancellations: For 2021 all deposits/payments are fully transferable or refundable.
• Please don’t book flights until we’ve accepted your application.

Additional Info

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