We are a family operated non profit and plant medicine healing centre in the Amazon jungle, 1 hour away from Iquitos. We live off grid, & have solar power, a variety of animals, gardens, a spring fed pool, & are only 2 km from a small town. We offer plant medicine retreats part of the year, & offer other healing modalities as well. We use permaculture techniques, & the staff are our friends and jungle family. We also have a 3 year old, whom we aspire to homeschool and create an outdoor play area.
Plant and environmental education and helping the local community with support for single mothers and children has been our focus. Long term land conservation efforts is also our goal.
Everyone who works with us does not have 1 role, as we are multifaceted beings. We do work with Ayahuasca and offer community ceremonies. This town is plentiful with a variety of knowledge from local curanderos, who we also work with. From offering guided jungle tours on land that supports conservation of that land and education on plant medicines to receiving people from all over the world, & to connecting with the local community and working to create a sustainable place as a model for living simply and in connection with the earth.
We attract many healers and open people who wish to create an international community and a way of life that is in harmony with all beings.
Babysitting / child care
Helping with Tourists
Help with Computers / internet
Travellers can benefit from learning about the Amazon and the cleansing, purifying and healing process from the medicines here. What it is to live off grid and to learn from a different culture and pace of life. Learning about permaculture in the jungle and much about themselves and their own path.
We also offer a possibility for a longer term paid position.
Come bring your skills for our retreats and guests. Someone who knows both spanish & english and takes initiative. A good coomunicator, that likes to organize, and relay information between staff, guests and us. Has an interest in healing and plant medicines in the jungle, as well as off grid living.
As there are a variety of jobs to do, administrative tasks, taking care of animals, getting supplies, gardening, maintenance, & organizing educative projects for children.
Anyone who wants to come needs to have a sensitivity to people who are going into a deep healing process.
Private room in lodge with electricity and access to wifi.
3 meals per day, including juice, tea & coffee, snacks include fruit and nuts, popcorn, banana bread, cookies. We serve fish, chicken and vegetarian options. We have a variety of grains, including quinoa, amaranth, and gluten free options. We also eat a variety of seeds, such as chia, sesame, pumpkin. Many of the foods can be considered superfoods, and are resourced locally.
We have a cook during the day. Helpers are expected to help clean up after dinner and ensure all food is away at night, due to jungle living.
Jungle walking and boat tours. Ayahuasca ceremonies and plant medicines.
Monkey Island and the butterfly farm and other animal rescue centres.
Iquitos area, and the many festivals that are offered in the local village.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
Maximum 5 hours a day, 5 days a week