Listed in Ayahuasca
Jakon Nete is an Authentic Shipibo Healing Center that is owned and operated by Maestro Jorge Lopez Pinedo, working together with his wife – Maestra Sulmira, and her son – Maestro Wilmer. We are proud to be one of the first Shipibo-owned Ayahuasca centers operating outside of Iquitos, Peru.
This family of Shipibo healers felt called to open their own center to share in it’s purest form the indigenous healing techniques that have been passed on to them through generations and do their part in creating a better world.
Having a whole family of healers, who individually and collectively live with integrity and love, is the most distinct aspect of this center and one that differentiates it from all others
So much care taken here. Truly a beautiful life changing experience. I couldn’t recommend it highly enough and would only go back here. I didn’t have to concern myself about anything. All was taken care of. From washing clothes, to refilling paraffin lamp, to phone recharging and wonderful, plentiful food. Beautiful people and such potent ceremony. Exceeded any expectations I could have had. Absolutely loved it. The Maestros were delightful and full of humour. As soon as my Spanish is fluent I’m planning my next visit.
Beautiful place in the jungle and wonderful, strong curanderos!! Deepest ceremonies with Jorge, Sulmira, Wilmer and Great Maestro Abuelo! Thank you
I was supposed to go to a different center, but the facilitator I had been speaking to there had quit and told me that the owner of that place was doing a lot of things out of a lust for money and to find myself a better center. She had worked with Jorge at the Temple of the Way of Light, and recommended the center he now runs, Jakon Nete. And I am so glad that she did, because I feel like this is exactly where I was supposed to be for my first Ayahuasca experience.
Jorge and Sulmira are some of the most loving, caring people I have ever encountered. Their Ayahuasca is well known in the area and their Icaros pierce the sky. I met two other travellers there who had had their first Ayahuasca experience at the Temple of the Way of Light and came back to Jakon Nete because of how amazing the shamans are.
This is a no frills center, meaning that there won’t be any entertainment. No wifi, no excursions, no tours, no hot tub or flat screen TV. Just good healing.
Jorge picked me up and dropped me off at the airport, and took me to Iquitos during my stay so I could see the markets and buy fruit.
I got my own hut with a hammock, bed with mosquito net, toilet, and shower. The food was good and healthy. But of course the thing that made this place amazing was their ceremonies, which were powerful. I also like that this center is owned by Jorge and Sulmira, so the money goes directly to them and their center.
I was so full of gratitude the whole time I was there that this is where I wound up, because this is exactly where I needed to be.
And I’m sorry that someone left that negative review. While I was there, they were in between facilitators because their facilitator had quit unexpectedly about a week prior to me coming there, which made everything a bit chaotic for them. I’m sorry that this person had such a hard time communicating with them and that he had a negative experience there.
Alli can speak for is myself and my experience, and I know that my path will lead me back to Jakon Nete someday.
Wow ! It is really an incredible and authentic shipibo center, this family is doing really and amazing job, it is really something to see them working as one in the maloca. I am truly blessed to had the chance to meet them. So much love and peace! I can’t recommend you enough to go there! 🙂