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Don't believe any of the badmouthing about Don Alfredo written on those reviews here. He is deeply... read more

Reviewed May 15, 2014
Milan K
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Very good!

Great trip. Very nice staff, simple but great food. Deep in the jungle but didn't have wildlife... read more

Reviewed September 2, 2012
Bob E
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Jul 17, 2014
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May 15, 2014
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We are a plant medicine center in a lush, jungle retreat center. Indigenous Shipibo Healer Alfredo Cairuna offers plant medicine tours through our virgen forest, shares stories of healing serious illnesses with the plants, and offers workshops on...more
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Raymondi 358, Iquitos 0000, Peru
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Reviewed July 17, 2014

A lot has changed with Natures Hospital. They lost some key people and forced out the Jr partner who kept things running smoothly and kept Alfredo from taking advantage of guests. Please ignore my past review in 2012

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Reviewed May 15, 2014 via mobile

Don't believe any of the badmouthing about Don Alfredo written on those reviews here. He is deeply connected spirit that helped me to find what I was looking for in my spiritual growth. If your spirit trully looks for answers you will get them and...More

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Reviewed January 6, 2014

He is well theatrical (best sign not to be a true shaman). He charges you with the help of his son (35 years old, student of law) for things you never receive, perhaps more so when you are a woman(?). I have obviously made the...More

2  Thank MonikaMueller
Reviewed January 10, 2013

This place is not what it used to be. I heard great things about this place. This is why I went there. Huge mistake. The partnership split up. You're not taken care of there. The rooms are full of mold and the beds are damp....More

5  Thank Inihuana
Reviewed September 2, 2012

Great trip. Very nice staff, simple but great food. Deep in the jungle but didn't have wildlife or bug issues as other parts of the Amazon. Best part of the stay was the Shaman. It is rare to find a Shaman as good, and as...More

Thank Bob E
Reviewed May 16, 2012

Being about an hourish outside of Iquitos, Peru, this center is right smack in the Amazonian rainforest. Now, although the jungle here, itself, is not as filled with wildlife like many other parts of Peru, that does not take away from the beauty and majestic...More

3  Thank jrschultz25
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