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Our goal is the protection of 2000 hectares of Amazon RainForest. For this, we have decided to operate as a platform that offers the necessary space for the implementation of projects where all work can be carried out under the concept of collaboration and harmony with nature. We are an open laboratory for human-nature interaction in this part of the world. We offer ayahuasca medicine retreats, nature retreats, and artist residencies.
Our home is located in the middle of primary rainforest full of animals and birds and we offer unique treehouse living as a way to re-connect with nature. We offer flexible pricing on our Ayahuasca retreats, shamanic plant dietas, and work exchange opportunities.
Our retreat groups are 6 -8 people. This allows us to provide personal attention to each of our guests and to keep the atmosphere of a small family house in the deep forest.
Each retreat will offer you:
– Transportation from Puerto Maldonado to Novalis
– Accommodation in our shared tree houses is completely screened from mosquitos and with mosquito netting provided over the beds.
– Ayahuasca ceremonies (the number dependent on the type of the retreat)- Individual health consultations, if required
– Flower baths and cleanses ( optional )
– Individually selected plant dietas (depending on the type of the retreat)
– Pre- and post- ceremony sharing circles
– Jungle walks
– Locally grown vegetarian food cooked with love
– Translation from Spanish to English
Novalis offers various options for accommodation and can host between 6 and 12 people at a time in our 3 double occupancy treehouses or the ground level 4-bedroom house.
We are also available to host any guest retreats that might benefit from the rainforest setting. All our houses are completely mosquito-proof and built with locally sourced lumber, often from salvaged wood, and with a focus on simplicity, sustainability, and functionality.
Our main medicine team is Loyver Yui Lopez, Juan Zuniga, Yuri Lopez, and Machiguenga elders, Maura, Merino, Carmen, and Luis, and Jonathan Diaz.
Email us at [email protected] for more information.