We welcome you year round at our center | Novalis

Jungle Stays

We open up our home to short stays, for travelers who seek a jungle refuge to explore nature, or escape from civilization. We have flexible prices and packages available. Please contact us for more information.
Jungle Stays

Join Us

We welcome you year round at our center
Novalis, Jiron Arequipa 281, Puerto Maldonado, Peru

About our Retreat

7 meters off the ground you will sleep with the birds, monkeys and full 360 viewing. Walk through the gardens to one of our common areas to enjoy hammocks, our library or lounge chair before food is served. Enjoy the tranquility of the forest or dip your toes in the creek. We can also take you out for a jungle walk or swim in the river. Depending on the season, we offer paid adventures. Please let us know what you would like, and we will let you know how to make it happen. Be our guest!

The space

We have access to 2000 hectares - and are actually located IN the jungle, IN the wilderness. 3.5km from the river.

We have three, 7-meter tall tree houses.

We have 9 buildings - 3 tree houses, 2 big houses with library, 1 screened eating area and lounge, 1 kitchen, 1 circle-house for yoga or therapies, 1 bath-house, 4 composting toilets and a shower area.

We have gardens with medicinal plants and teas.

We have filtered water.

We have mosquito nets, comfortable beds, blankets and sheets. Everything to be comfortable.

We offer tour packages, please contact us for details if you want more!

Guest access

After a safety briefing, all of the space is yours to use and spread out.

For forest walks, there are some directions you can venture alone, and other areas you will need one of us to guide you.

Interaction with guests

We are here on site with you. If you want a quiet retreat, we won't bother you and are here to help you with what you need when you need it. If you want to spend time with us, we are here too, always ready talk about anything and share our home with you! We also offer ayahuasca sessions during some parts of the year when our curandero friend comes to visit us to share medicine. Please contact us about this.

Also, here are some essential things that we suggest you bring with you:

-rubber boots

-head lamp with extra batteries

-poncho

-journal and pens

-camera

-toiletries

We speak English and Spanish.

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