Mexico and Tepoztlán
There are many reasons for coming to Mexico for treatment:
- It’s not illegal to use Ibogaine in Mexico
- Mexico is beautiful, warm, and hospitable, especially Tepoztlán
- Tepoztlán is easy to get to from the airport in Mexico City where we meet you and bring you directly to Iboga Quest.
Extend your visit
Iboga Quest can often accommodate an extended stay on our own property.
Once coming this far you might consider that this is a beautiful and intriguing part of the world. There is wonderful archeology and terrain to explore. You can visit small villages with markets, crafts and traditional peoples.
There is a wide range of accommodations, fitting all budgets and comfort levels.
We can help guide you for an extended stay or as a jumping off point. All you have to do is ask!
NOTE: If you are planning to extend your trip for sight-seeing and other visiting, you might prefer to set this up before beginning your time in Mexico and before the Ibogaine ceremony. It’s always advisable to have travel insurance.
Tepoztlán is easy to get to from Mexico City, a major transportation hub, while offering a magical and powerful mountain valley setting.
The climate is agreeable. The area is referred to as “The Land of Eternal Spring”, with temperatures ranging between 60 – 80F year-round.
Tepoztlán is our home, where we’ve created a comfortable space with particular attention to the set and the setting, conducive for your Ibogaine experience.
There is some justified hesitation about Mexico travel these days.
Tepoztlán is a vibrant town, surrounded by volcanic mountains, with mostly traditional people. It is also comprised of a sizable population of artists, musicians, healers, etc, from all over the world, mostly non-Gringo.
While no one can guarantee complete safety anywhere, it is a town with continuous pedestrian traffic, often greeting one another as you pass by. Fear in the streets, even after dark, is just not the case.
Hike to Tepozteco
The mysterious mountains surrounding Tepoztlan are home to Tepozteco, an important and sacred pyramid, which overlooks the entire valley. To get there is a long and arduous climb (it is difficult to imagine the building of it), yet the trail is busy with visitors daily, many leaving offerings. For those who can and care to, we encourage you to experience it for yourself.