Accommodations

BUNGALOW HILL

Jungle Bungalows

Six Jungle Bungalows (“Jungalows) built on the side of the mountain on the pathway to our very own private waterfall. Boasting a fusion of inspiration from Bali and Japan, the interiors feature natural finishings and a gorgeous exposed shower and bath tub to our unofficial sloth sanctuary.

DETAILS

BEDS

One King or two Double beds

SIZE

430 square feet

OCCUPANCY

1 – 2 Guests

BATHROOM

Full shower, bathtub and private three piece bath

VIEWS

Exposure to sloths and monkeys and
mountain views

FEATURES

  • Private jungle deck
  • Steps from private waterfall
  • Close proximity to the Heart of Imiloa and House of Masters

Amenities

Plant Based Cuisine

World-Renowned Imiloa kitchen led by plant based cuisine enthusiasts

At Imiloa, we like to call our food “conscious comfort food.” That means we serve healthy, locally-sourced, gourmet vegan meals that are as artistically plated, scientifically nourishing and delightfully crafted for all of our retreat guests.

We believe in creating possibility. Our gut is the second “largest brain” and by nurturing it we believe we can help catalyze the transformation of the mind, body and soul. For the time you’re at Imiloa, you’ll discover what’s possible with food and nourishment. Thousands of guests have reported higher states of awareness, curiosity, creativity and completeness.

Eighty percent of our guests report eating some form of animal product before they arrive Imiloa. 100% rate their culinary experience at either 4.9 or 5.0 stars on their guest surveys.

SPA

Every spa practitioner is consistently rated 5-Stars by guest surveys.

All spa services are tailored to individual needs. From shamanic, to Ayurvedic, to swedish, facials, relaxation and thai yoga massages, we tailor the schedule based on the needs of you and your guests.

Waterfall

Miles of jungle pathways that lead to different gems on the property, including our private waterfall, named by the priests of the Indigenous Tribe (Kogis, from Colombia) “Morundwa.” The tribe visited Imiloa, as many tribes do, and activated our waterfall.