Since 2008, the Ayahuasca Foundation has been providing guests the option to find new hope for relief from various health ailments or mental blocks. They strive to educate as many people as they can on the benefits of ayahuasca and other medicinal plant traditions. They aim to help build a future where modern technology can work alongside natural medicine to improve as many lives as possible.
Currently in the works is an Ayahuasca Foundation Research Center. This will be dedicated solely to research and to studying indigenous plant medicine traditions. The foundation strives to be more than just an ayahuasca retreat, and has plans to take part in research, nature preservation and sustainability, and medical advancement.
10-day and 18-day retreats are available. The Ayahausca Foundation also offers 4-week and 8-week courses so you can learn the Shipibo tradition and do a Bobinsana Dieta and enagage in integrative practices like yoga, meditation, and breathwork help to guide your own personal process to fully empower yourself as a healer.
You must book your own flight to Iquitos, Peru. The foundation can help you by suggesting airlines or websites to use but the cost of airfare is not included in the program price.
Retreats involve a maximum of 12 people, so usually the foundation has between 8 and 12 participants in each program.
There’s no realiable cell service or WIFI available on the retreat.
Address: Psje. San Gabriel K-18 Urb. Santa Sofia Iquitos