I had the pleasure of attending a 9 day retreat at Nimea Kaya in April, 2018. This place was recommended by a close friend of mine in the Caribbean.
I was greeted one of the owners and a facilitator at Pucallpa Airport and driven to the center (only about 15 minutes away). The center was beautiful. It was in the jungle but close enough to the city. The center has beautiful dogs running around always happy to relax or play with guests. It was a warm welcome!
The facilitators gave us a brief rundown of the weeks events after arrival and showed us to our cabins. The cabins are really lovely and comfy. We were able to get to meet the group and chat about what our intentions were going into our experiences.
In the morning they offer yoga or meditation. This is great before or after ceremonies to think and integrate. The meals were also really delicious. We ate twice a day on ceremony days and three times a day on off days.
The ceremonies themselves were really interesting. I felt safe with the facilitators, owners and shamans there, along with all of my new peers. Most sleep overnight in the maloka after our work with the medicine (we start around 8pm) and it’s a great feeling waking up in the beautiful jungle early in the morning after an experience like that.
I made friends for life at this retreat, while turning inside to look at myself to see the work I need to do. I would recommend Nimea Kaya to anyone that has the ability to go to Peru and feels called by Mother Aya.