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THE
EXPERIENCE

An immersive journey
to reconnect.

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The deeper you go, the more regenerated you will leave. The Guna are one of the few societies who until now, have lived in harmony with their environment, respecting mother earth - the water and soil that provides us of life. By coming here, you help honor a culture that is actually living a sustainable life and sends the message: "don't change your lifestyle."
We need them as teachers, we need them to show us the way back to how it all started. If we are to survive as species, we must slow down and learn from our indigenous elders, because...

The future is ancestral.

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Hi I'm Stef, 

 I've been living in Gunayala since 2011, when a local Guna family welcomed me into their home and handed me a hammock. I lived with them for a year and the experience changed my life forever. To wake up to a brand new log of driftwood for cooking exactly when we were running out, to see the most amazing sunrises and sunsets, to eat the coconut from the trees and the fish straight from the sea. I needed nothing else.  Then  I started sailing and my mind was blown once again!

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THE MAGIC HAPPENED
IN THE MEETING OF TWO WORLDS.

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SAILING NOMADS
live a life that
few can lead.  

With very limited water and fuel, resources are precious. They live mostly off the fish they can catch or what others share with them. They value experience over possessions. Cross oceans with the power of the wind. Trade comfort for night skies. No frills but full of stories. 

"THE OCEAN IS THE LAST BASTION OF THE FREE MAN."

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