8 Day Retreat Schedule
This is our sample Ayahuasca retreat schedule so you can better get an idea of the daily activities .
An official schedule will be given at orientation.
You will be picked up from your hotel in Iquitos at 9:00 am.
We will provide you with transportation from Iquitos to Nauta Port (2 hours by car), then we will take a boat from Nauta Port to the lodge (1 hour in the Maranon River).
Once we arrive at Flower of Life Ayahuasca Peru Center around noon, you will have your orientation and lunch where we will all introduce ourselves and explain the healing journey you are about to undertake over the next 8 days, as well as to answer any questions you may have. You will have time to acclimate and relax before dinner, as well as take a guided walk to familiarize yourself with the grounds and location of the sacred maloca.
Before breakfast you will have a one-time vomitivo to help cleanse the body, physically and energetically, to prepare for the ceremony. In the afternoon you will have your consultation with the healers and your facilitators.
At 4:00 p.m. you will have your first steam bath with medicinal plants. By inhaling the medicinal properties of the plants, this will promote a feeling of relaxation and cleansing to prepare you for your first ayahuasca ceremony.
Then you will have your first floral bath with ruda and other Amazonian medicinal plants. This form of aromatherapy is a type of holistic healing treatment to promote health and well-being. It enhances the health of the mind, body, and spirit.
The rest of the afternoon will be for personal reflection and relaxation to prepare for your first ceremony at 7:00 p.m. Ayahuasca Ceremony 1.
Daily plant remedies will begin before breakfast if necessary prescribed by the healers. Along with normal activities, there will be time for relaxation and self-reflection as well. All ayahuasca ceremonies will take place at 7:00 p.m. Ayahuasca Ceremony 2.
We will start this day at 8:00 a.m. with a ceremony of San Pedro Cactus Plant. During this time, we will go on a jungle walk and explore the beauty of nature.
We will have lunch after the San Pedro Cactus ceremony.
The rest of the day can be used as a relaxation time to self-reflect or if you want to do optional activities such as going on a boat tour along the Maranon river for fishing, swims with wild pink dolphins, birth watching, and go in search of other wildlife the beautiful amazon has to offer. San Pedro Ceremony.
You could use this day to relax, take a jungle walk with a guided tour, visit the town of San Jorge to look at the arts and crafts made by the locals in the village nearby, or a visit to the National Park Reserve Pacaya Samira (one of the largest protected areas in the country). The reserve was created in 1982 with the aim of giving protection to the vast amounts of plants and animals in the region. Ayahuasca Ceremony 3.
We will have our closing Ayahuasca ceremony where the maestros will give an arkana to seal the aura field and enhance all the work that has been done by the maestros during the ceremonies. Ayahuasca Ceremony 4.
On the last day, we will have a discussion on reintegration and post diet restrictions. There will be time to take pictures with the healers and a small Shipibo market will be held should you wish to purchase the crafts of your healers, such as tapestries, bags, rattles, and jewelry.
Breakfast will be served and then we will leave on the boat at 9 a.m. to return to Iquitos at noon. You will be dropped off in Iquitos.