Pisatahua Plant Medicine

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Pisatahua Ecolodge is a sacred space in the Bolivian Amazon to work with 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.
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This center is open since June 1st 2016

Medicine

Sino (ayahuasca cielo) and Samiruka (Chacruna)

Aquicuana Reserve, Bolivia

Plane: Riberalta is easily accessible by airways. There are many daily connections between the big cities of Bolivia with the airlines Ecojet and Amaszonas. Flights from La Paz cost about 900 Bs (130$) with either airline. From Cochabamba and Santa Cruz flights cost about 630 Bs (90$). For international travelers, we recommend guests fly into Santa Cruz and take a connecting flight to Riberalta with Amaszonas. Bus: By bus the journey can be a bit unpredictable, especially during the rainy season. Nevertheless the trip is feasible and some guests choose to make the journey. The trip costs about 180 Bs ($ 25) from La Paz or Santa Cruz and should last about 30 hours in the dry season. The trip is arduous and not for the fainthearted but the landscapes are impressive. We do not recommend guests arrive by bus during the rainy season (December through March) as the road conditions can make travel impossible. We meet guests at the airport, or bus station, in Riberalta and transport them to Pisatahua. If you have any questions about planing your arrival, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Accommodation and facilities

8 single rooms

8 double rooms

1 dorm room

Transfer from airport is available.

Environment

Music that is played during session

Live traditional music as played and sung by our healers

Medical and safety

Team

Wara Wara Puma (healer) - 14 years Tupak Wayra (healer) - 14 years Sasha Rivero (facilitator) - 12 years Erik Taylor (facilitator) - 12 years

Engagement

We helped establish the 50,000 acre Aquicuana Reserve. We have two non-profit organizations. One registered in Bolivia (Fundacion Amazonia), one registered in USA (Sustainable Bolivia).

Group Size

Maximum 10 persons per group

Facilitators

Maximum 5 participants per facilitator.

The facilitator stays during session.

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