A longer stay - seven days and six nights - will include more ceremonies and learning sessions and additional leisure activities among which visiting nearby communities and mixing with locals in everyday life activities.
The programs are all-inclusive and guests are escorted and assisted during all the stay.
Water – The water used for cooking and available for drinking is always purified, bottled water.
Other Guest Services – Your maluka is checked daily for cleanliness and supplies. Laundry is done every two days. Ask if you have special needs and we will do our best to accommodate you.
Internet and Phone – There is no connectivity at the Refugio itself (we hope that wireless will be coming soon). You can check email in Iquitos at one of the inexpensive Internet cafes. Phone calls can be made from Iquitos and Tamichakyu.
Travel – The office staff will assist in making alternative plane, hotel or other arrangements if you want to change your itinerary from Peru.
Nearby attractions and activities:
Located in the massive Amazon Basin, an ancient, oxygen rich rain forest teaming with life and home to unique, indigenous people and cultures, The Refugio Altiplano combines the wisdom of 1000s of years of shamanism with the knowledge of the use of healing plants and the mother of all medicines, Ayahuasca.
From Lima you will fly to Iquitos, Peru, where you will be greeted by the Refugio staff and taken by speedboat upriver to the Refugio.
The Refugio Altiplano is a natural retreat of beauty, wilderness and solitude available year-round for international guests to engage in adventure, healing, balance, and alignment.
The rates at Refugio Altiplano are all-inclusive and of the range of US$ 160 dollars per day per person.
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The Founder and Director of the center grew up in Michigan and took his first trip to South America when he was 17 to teach English in Ecuador and travel across the continent. He studied philosophy, anthropology and literature at Calvin College, UCSC, and the University of New Mexico. He studied herbal and shamanic...