Ayahuasca – The mother of all plants
The name "Ayahuasca" or "aya huasca" comes from the Kichwa word "Ajawaska", which, when translated means "Vine of the soul". It is a sacred vine used for thousands of years by the indigenous tribes of the Amazon basin for good energies, spiritual cleansing and healing.
Considered "The Mother of all plants" that mediates between man and nature. The Ayahuasca ceremony is a special journey to visions and revelations to be in harmony with yourself.
AYAHUASCA PROGRAM INCLUDE:
- Night Lodging in Standard Room (UP GRADE: SUPERIOR ROOM $25 USD ppp | DELUXE SUITE: + $50 USD per night per person)
- Ayahuasca Sacred Ceremonies & Energy Spíritual Cleaning
- Orientation meeting about Ayahuasca and the ceremonies
- Integration discussions in the mornings with the Shaman, after ceremonies
- Special meals for prepare your body for the Ceremony
- Native Guide (English traductor)
- You can choose combine the program with or without jungle activities
Ayahuasca Sessions: Conversations with Amazonian Indigenous
Thanks to our reserve very deep in the forest, we have the perfect environment and setting for you to explore what this beautiful and sacred medicine has to offer, and discover the Amazon forest. Since 2002 we have been offering assistance to travelers who come to the Amazon for healing retreats with Ayahuasca and other medicinal plants of the Amazon. We have been working with reputable Shaman from the Napo River in Peru and Ecuador.
All MEALS ARE INCLUDED in the price of OUR AYAHUASCA Retreats
The restaurant at Suchipakari features a large, airy restaurant and lounge, with a bar serving natural tea, exotic juices and a wrap-around window over the lagoon. Whenever we can, we use locally purchased ingredients, such as fresh fruit and vegetables. This not only assures a fresh, delicious meal for our guests, but is part of our ongoing commitment to support local communities.
Our Staff will be present throughout the duration of the Ceremony
Our ceremonies are profesionally conducted and lead by a knowledgeable Shaman from Napo Territory. Who speak Kichwa and spanish.
Tips for Ayahuasca Ceremonies
At Suchipakari, we try to accommodate any special dietary needs. If you have special dietary needs, please let us know ahead of time so that we can have memorable meals ready for you!
Ayahuasca is a way of seeing and feeling nature, understanding and respecting the forest, culture and traditions that has developed in the Amazon.