Your own spiritual sanctuary

Nature has designed La Medicina with the best possible Feng shui - a river at the front and a mountain at the back. Once you walk down from the car park and cross the 30m long wooden bridge, you can leave the world behind and be cocooned in your own spiritual sanctuary, protected by indigenous trees and plants of the high jungle, many of them medicinal. You will soon find your way around the grounds that spread over two hectares, sharing the beauty of the land with singing birds and colourful butterflies.

La Medicina has two distinctive zones - the Central zone and the Plant Dieta zone.

 
 

The Central zone

 

THE CENTRAL ZONE IS MAINLY USED FOR AYAHUASCA INITIATION RETREATS AND IT PROVIDES SIMPLE BUT ELEGANT ACCOMMODATION WITH MODERN COMFORTS.

 
  • Casa A and Casa B - self contained apartments for facilitators and teachers

  • Tambo `Capirona’ - close to Upper Maloca and for long term dieta guests and interns

  • Woodhouse

  • Aya cookhouse

  • Comedor - Dining house

  • Library with over 500 Spiritual books

  • Guesthouse - communal lounge and three twin rooms with en-suite bathroom and hot shower and terraces

  • Casa Vista - living/dining room with kitchen, two twin rooms with en-suite/own bathrooms and terraces

  • Upper Maloca - accommodates up to 15 people and with two flushing toilets and one shower cubicle

 
 

The Plant Dieta zone 

THE PLANT DIETA ZONE IS DESIGNED FOR GUESTS TO IMMERSE THEMSELVES IN AMAZONIAN DIETA IN ITS MOST AUTHENTIC SPIRIT - SECLUSION IN NATURE.

 
  • Four Single Tambos - quality mattress bed, desk & chair, hammock and simple shelves

  • One Double Tambo - twin quality mattress beds, table & two chairs, simple shelves and kitchenette with gas cooker

  • Bathroom hut - flushing toilet and shower cubicle

  • Lower Maloca - accommodates up to 10 people with two flushing toilets and one shower cubicle. Dieters in single Tambos share this facility.

  • Tushpa - a rustic kitchen to prepare dieta food.

  • River path - stone steps leading to the Choclino stream, a most serene and cleansing spot