NATEM: AYAHUASCA SPIRITUAL CEREMONY

With safety and care as our priority, ancestrally trained Shuar experts will guide you in a unique experience to balance your spiritual energy.

“The man who has begun to live more seriously within begins to live more simply without”            – Ernest Hemingway

FAQ

We are located on the south/east bank of the Napo River, in the Flor del Pantano community,  within the Yasuní biosphere reserve

Bus to the city of Coca
A bus from the Trans Esmeraldas or Baños company leaves from the station in Quito, located in Carcelén (in the northernmost area of the city of Quito) or from Quitumbe (located in the south of Quito) at 11 pm (the day before at the beginning. The trip lasts 7 hours. Your guide will meet you in Coca.

In Coca – Address: Eugenio Espejo and Amazonas (next to the safari hotel)

In Coca our guide will transfer you to the Malecón, where we will board a motorized canoe to navigate the Napo River. During our journey down the Napo River, you will enjoy the opportunity to observe the unique flora and fauna of the area. We will travel along this river for approximately 1 hour until we arrive to Shuar Cultural Center

You can contact us directly by calling our Sales team at the number below through the application WhatsApp, or writing by e-mail at shuarcultural@gmail.com

WhatsApp: +593 961801463

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    We are a Shuar community that promotes experiential or knowledge tourism as the main alternative to learn about ancestral knowledge and link it with adventure activities in the Amazon jungle. 

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