Travel info

Visa
With the exception of a few countries, travel visas are normally not required for travellers entering into Ecuador with valid passports and the immigration will normally stamp a 30 day stay when one enters the country. If you are interested in long/term stay and need more information about various types of visa and their requirements, visit Ecuadorservices. Be careful if you obtain visa in your country - extra paperwork (registration and censo) in Ecuador is required.

 

Vaccinations
We recommend that you consult a travel doctor to find out if you should receive any vaccinations or anti-malaria medication. A good source of information for tropical disease is the website of the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. Note that the risk of getting malaria in the area around the city Tena is very small.

 

Safety
Ecuador is not dangerous, if you are careful and know what places and situations should be avoided. We strongly recommend to be very attentive and careful in Quito. Many people coming for ceremonies from Quito report thefts of their backpacks, purses, luggages, clothes and mobile phones. This can be easily prevented:

  • Do not roam the streets after the sunset
  • Travel by taxis with license number, not by trolley or bus
  • Do not respond to people talking to you on the street - make a few quick steps away
  • When travelling by bus, do not put anything in the overhead compartment - put it below your knees and lock it with your leg
  • Hand out your big luggages to the bus attendant and point out that they are yours
  • Have your money and passport in purses under your clothing, not in pockets
  • Do not carry large amounts of money in your purse, have it on a safe place
  • Be watchful, listen to your feelings
  • If you are followed, take a taxi immediately
  • Caution when withdrawing money from ATMs

The town of Tena and its surroundings are much safer and relaxed than Quito.

Scheduled ceremonies

 

FeatherCrown ceremonies in Tena, Napo, Ecuador. Please ask us for complete information about Ayahuasca ceremonies that take place every week on Wednesdays.

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Shamans that abuse women

This article is for all that go for individual treatments with shamans without any assistance from an experienced and trustworthy guides. Please know that many shamans take advantage of the Ayahuasca healing and abuse women during the rituals. Please read the following thread on the Ayahuasca forums to know more about the issue:

 

http://forums.ayahuasca.com/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=31840

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