2 People: 2,240.00 USD per person 
3 People: 2,140.00 USD per person 

4+ People: 2,020.00 USD per person 




Destination: Tamshiyacu-Tahuayo Regional Conservation Area "Amazon Rainforest"

Trip Classified as: Spiritual / Holistic / Relaxing / Purging Retreat Trip

Duration: 14 Days, 13 Nights
Main Activities of the Trip: 6 Ayahuascas, 2 Kambo Ceremonies, 3 Rapé, and 4 Sananga Application Sessions.

Other Events or Activities: Canoeing, Fishing, Photography, Documentary, Fauna & Flora Exploration, etc.


Booking in Advanced: 2 WEEKS 

Last Minute Booking: Not Available for this Trip.

Booking Payment: 50% to Secured Reservation.

Method of Payment: We Accept Credit Cards by Clicking on the "BOOK NOW" button.

50% Remaining Payment: Pay on Arrival.

Departures: Any Day of the Week.

THE AYAHUASCA AND KAMBO HEALING JOURNEY 14D 13N is more than just a healing retreat. it is a journey of an Amazonian crossing completely disconnected from civilization, and specifically for those who are looking for a new beginning, both physical and spiritual, with 2 Kambo ceremonies, 6 intense Ayahuasca ceremonies, 3 sessions of Rape and 4 sessions of Sananga that will help visitors to obtain a complete cleansing of all the negative toxins of their organisms. We will travel to a quiet and remote area within the Amazon Rainforest where visitors will find a perfectly suitable atmosphere for this type of trip. This precise natural environment will give anyone the peace they are looking for.

Visitors can enjoy a perfect retreat for meditation, rest and fascinating excursions and sightings of fauna and flora that will allow you to connect with nature and oneself in the most extraordinary way, which will be an essential key to a successful internal self-healing, from the emotional, mental, spiritual, and physical, all in that same order.

During this trip, you will also have the privilege of making a once in a lifetime Amazon crossing journey through 2 Communal Conservation Reserves, all in the usual nomadic way that characterizes Amazon Expeditioners the most, camping in different places in the depths of the jungle with specialized camping equipments, and making different stops in several indigenous communities of the Amazon basins.

We will navigate a minimum of 7 rivers (Marañón, Ucayali, Yarapa, Tahuayo, Blanco, Yanayacu, the Majestic Amazon River), finally arriving in Iquitos through a different path from where we started. On this trip, the participants will be under the care of two experienced shamans, no matter how small the group is, including the rest of the staff between jungle survival guides and private cooks for the whole journey.





  • 08:00 Ground Transportation pick up from hotel to Iquitos Nauta Rural Express Road.

  • 10:30 Arrival to the City of Nauta.

  • 11:00 Nauta City Tour.

  • 12:00 River Navigation downstream on the Maranon River in Route to Puerto Miguel Village - Lunch on board.

During this Navigation our Group will obtain the following:

  • Have the Privilege to pass and stop for instructional orientation by the encounter of (3) Major Rivers "The Maranon River", the "Ucayali River", and the "Mighty Amazon River".  IT IS AT THIS POINT WHERE IT IS KNOWN AS THE START OF THE AMAZON RIVER, THEN DISCHARGING ITS WATERS IN THE ATLANTIC OCEAN.

  • Navigation will continue upstream through The Ucayali River.

  • Navigation will change its course to enter the Yarapa River.

  • Observation of fauna and flora will take place during this entire navigation.

  • 14:00 Arrival at "Native Community of Puerto Miguel".

  • 1500 Boat excursion in search of pink dolphins, watching the sunset and swimming in the river (optional).

  • 17:30 Return to Puerto Miguel.

  • 18:00 Dinner will be served.

  • 19:00 Night exploration in search of alligators.

  • 21:00 The Rapé Application Session will be carried out before the participants go to bed, for a good night of deep and relaxing sleep.

  • Overnight at Cabañas Típicas de la Aldea "First Night".




  • 05:30 Bird watching, exploration, and observation of the sunrise.

  • 07:30 Breakfast will be served.

  • 09:00 A trip to see the largest aquatic plant in the Amazon rainforest "Victoria Regia" or "Victoria Amazónica".

  • 12:00 Lunch will be served.

  • 13:00 (2 hours) navigation on the Yarapa river towards the Native Community of Haldar.

  • 15:00 Arrival to Haldar Village.

  • During our stop to Haldar we will take a short break to search and refresh ourselves with fresh coconuts for the purpose of hydrating ourselves, and then continue on our short 45mins hike to Jerusalem Village.



  • 45 minutes short hike will be performed from Haldar Village to Jerusalem Village only during “The Rainy Season” since the levels of the height of the rivers will be quite grown.
  • 1.5 hours of small motorboat transfer from Ramon Castilla Village in order to reach Haldar Village will be added to the trip only during “The Dry Season” to later continue with the 45 minutes short hike to Jerusalem Village since the affluent rivers will be quite dry.


  • 16:00 to 18:00 Arrival to Jerusalem Village.

  • Drop off gear and swimming in the calm waters of the Tahuayo River.

  • Boat Trip for the Placement of Fish Traps along the Tahuayo River will be performed with the Villagers.

  • 18:00 to 19:00 Dinner will be served.

  • 20:00 Night exploration in search of nocturnal animals, insects,  rodents, reptiles, etc

  • 21:00 Poison medicine extraction ritual from the Kambo Frog (Phyllomedusa Bicolor) or Giant Monkey Frog will be performed during this time.

  • 22:00 The Sananga application session will take place before participants go to bed, for a profound and relaxing good night's sleep.


  • Overnight in Typical Village Cabins "First Night".

DAY 3 - DAY 13

During these intense days, our visitors will participate in the following activities:


  • (2) Kambo purification ceremonies from mild to intense.

  • (2) flowering baths to help cleanse the body of negative energies.

  • (6) Intense Ceremonies of Ayahuasca.

  • (3) Rapé sessions.

  • (4) Sananga Sessions.

  • Special Instruction of Dietary Meals Instructed by Shamans.

  • Hikes through the primary jungle.

  • Trip to the village of Tamshiaco.

  • Exploration along the Tamshiyacu Tahuayo Communal Reserve.

  • Trip to Cattle Ranch Nueva Esperanza.

  • Exploration in the Ecosystem of San Juan de Yanayacu.

  • Bird watching explorations.

  • Teaching how to capture alligators and then release them

  • Exploration in search of boas, anacondas, lizards, frogs, tarantulas, scorpions, iguanas, etc. 

  • Swimming and searching for pink freshwater dolphins.

  • Identification of wild medicinal plants in the jungle.

  • Fishing for piranhas and other species of freshwater fish (keep what you catch for consumption).

  • Nocturnal river navigation under the stars.

  • Night excursions in the jungle.

  • Instructions on some basic survival techniques.

  • And much more…



DAY 14

  • 07:00 Interaction by steps in all the elaboration and production of "SugarCane brandy" or "Sugarcane Rum", and other liquors produced from tropical fruits and medicinal roots enriched with pure cane brandy. 

  • 10:00 Breakfast will be served and Ayahuasca Mandatory Diet given by shamans will end. 

  • 11:00 Tour around Nueva Esperanza (cattle rancher, farmer, and producer of sugarcane brandy).

  • 12:00 Private boat upstream to visit Hacienda Puritania "Puritania Ranch", a property of over 450 hectares currently uninhabited, where about a century ago it was a river early stop for small and large vessels operated by steam engines. These embarkations needed the Hacienda to stock up on firewood for the continuous operation of their ships. Founded at the beginning of the 1,900s, owned the first and largest craft brickyard of the region, which was one if not the main contributor in the building of the ancient city of Nauta, a riverside city with many more years old than the city of Iquitos. Currently, it still exists surprisingly within its extensive property, the largest house built throughout the region sitting right by the basins of the Mighty Amazon River. Amazon Expeditioners is the only tour operator authorized to access this property for being a family inheritance.


  • 13:00 Arrival to "Fundo Puritania" exploration of the area will follow.

  • 14:30 Navigation downstream to San Joaquin de Omaguas Village (40 minutes).

  • Lunch served at San Joaquin de Omaguas.

  •  Private transportation back to the city of Iquitos (1 hour).

  • 16:00-17:00 Private transportation back to the hotel/airport.

   (End of the Journey)


Frequently Asked Questions:  



  • Ground and Fluvial Transportation from/to, airport/hotel/river port.


  • Accommodation in Typical Village Cabins and Camping Tents.

  • Private Cook during Expedition.

  • All Meals During Expedition.

  • Purified Water.

  • Lead Bilingual Guide (English/Spanish).

  • Native Assistant Guide (Jungle Survival Expert).

  • (1 - 2) Experienced Master Shamans (depending on group size).

  • First Aid Kit.

  • All camping equipment.

  • Tour Detailed in the Itinerary.



  • Airplane tickets.

  • Personal Travel Insurance.



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