SIPAPU is a collectively owned 47 hectare parcel of primary and secondary rainforest in the Tambopatá Nature Reserve Buffer Zone in the Peruvian Amazon.
Sipapu is a Hopi word for the “world navel” from which their ancestors emerged, and to which they will return.
The project combines sustainable and regenerative principles, methods, culture and technologies within deep ecological and shamanic worldviews.
Ecological, economic, social and spiritual methods, business, governance and practices form a sustainable, regenerative and inspirational vehicle for transformation.
The sun rises in heart-breaking pink across the still sheen of the Tambopata river, accompanied by...
Is there internet at Sipapu? There most certainly is. Thanks to a simple 4G antenna on the roof,...
Sipapu looks to nature for inspiration as we begin our first steps to sustainable food security ...
Follow us on Facebook and Instagram
Establish a sustainable and regenerative community, living in right relationship with nature and with spirit.
Demonstrate exemplary practices, techniques and technologies needed to support that relationship.
Inspire members and visitors to high levels of consciousness and care towards each other and the environment.
Be part of and of service to the transformation of our presence on the Earth.
How 24 friends from the UK came to own a piece of rainforest in Peru.
Plans for a regenerative community focussed on the Temple of Emergence.
Core team, advisers and partners.